How to stream every ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 match

Amazon Prime Video will have all 55 matches of the ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 matches. Follow the link below for a 30-day free trial. 

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Nathan Lawrence
May 20, 2024
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Wait. This can’t be right. Wasn’t there a Cricket World Cup last year? There sure was! But that was one-day cricket. If you don’t have a spare eight hours and prefer your cricket in faster doses, the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 may be for you. The best part: while it’s being played in the West Indies and the USA, a bunch of matches are being played at somewhat reasonable hours.

Here’s everything you need to know about the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024.

Where to stream the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024


You’ll need an Amazon Prime Video subscription to stream all 55 matches of the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024. While most cricket, including Australian matches, is typically found on Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports, Prime has snagged the Australian broadcasting rights for every ICC event from 2024 to 2027. Unfortunately, there is no free-to-air way to watch any T20 World Cup matches, not even the Aussie ones.

If Prime is anything like the usual approach, expect pre-match coverage to kick off around half an hour before the first ball is bowled. The tournament format involves four groups of five teams battling it out in a round-robin to nab the top two spots. It’s two points for a win and one point apiece for no result. Ties are settled with super overs. Here are the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 groups:

  • Group A: India, Pakistan, Ireland, Canada, United States of America
  • Group B: England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman
  • Group C: New Zealand, West Indies, Afghanistan, Uganda, Papua New Guinea
  • Group D: South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, Nepal

Those top two teams from each group battle it out in two groups for the Super Eight. Initial team seeding from the group stages are retained for the Super Eight, so long as they qualify. For example, Australia is in Group B, which has England in first seeding and Australia in second. Assuming both teams make it through to the Super Eight—and they should, given the other teams in their group—even if Australia comes out on top of the group, it would still stay in second spot for the Super Eight. Confusing, right?

The catch is if there are any tournament upsets—and the ICC big-stage events are no stranger to these in recent years—any unseeded teams that make it to the Super Eight, they take the seed of the top-seeded team they effectively eliminated. The two groups of four teams in the Super Eight play three matches, then the top two teams from each group make it through to the semifinals and, potentially, beyond to the final.

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ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Australia matches and times


Prep your sleeping patterns for some weirdness if you want to catch every Australian Group B match live. Thankfully, most matches are at a reasonable hour. For the other match, well, I hope you’re a night owl or (very) early morning riser.

Here’s a snapshot of every Australian preliminary match (alongside the respective T20 team rankings available at the time of writing):

  • Australia (2) vs Oman (18): Thursday 6 June at 10:30am AEST
  • Australia (2) vs England (3): Sunday 9 June at 3:00am AEST
  • Australia (2) vs Namibia (14): Wednesday 12 June at 10:30am AEST
  • Australia (2) vs Scotland (12): Sunday 16 June at 10:30am AEST

Assuming Australia and the top two teams from each group make it through to the Super Eight, here are their anticipated match times for the second-round games:

  • Australia (2) vs Sri Lanka (8): Friday 21 June at 10:30am AEST
  • Australia (2) vs New Zealand (5): Friday 23 June at 10:30am AEST
  • Australia (2) vs India (1): Tuesday 25 June at 12:30am AEST
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Australian T20 World Cup team
Australia has selected a 15-player team for the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024:
  • Mitch Marsh (captain, batting allrounder)
  • Ashton Agar (bowling allrounder)
  • Pat Cummins (bowling allrounder)
  • Tim David (batter)
  • Nathan Ellis (pace bowler)
  • Cameron Green (batting allrounder)
  • Josh Hazlewood (pace bowler)
  • Travis Head (batter)
  • Josh Inglis (wicketkeeper-batter)
  • Glenn Maxwell (batting allrounder)
  • Mitchell Starc (pace bowler)
  • Marcus Stoinis (batting allrounder)
  • Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper-batter)
  • David Warner (batter)
  • Adam Zampa (spin bowler)

ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 every match and time


For a full schedule of ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 matches, times and venues, check out the table below.

Team
Opponent
Venue
City
Date
Day
Time
USACanadaGrand Prairie Cricket StadiumDallas2 JuneSunday10:30am
West IndiesPapau New GuineaProvidence StadiumGuyana3 JuneMonday12:30am
NamibiaOmanKensington OvalBarbados3 JuneMonday10:30am
Sri LankaSouth AfricaNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York4 JuneTuesday12:30am
AfghanistanUgandaProvidence StadiumGuyana4 JuneTuesday10:30am
EnglandScotlandKensington OvalBarbados5 JuneWednesday12:30am
NetherlandsNepalGrand Prairie Cricket StadiumDallas5 JuneWednesday1:30am
IndiaIrelandNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York6 JuneThursday12:30am
Papau New GuineaUgandaProvidence StadiumGuyana6 JuneThursday9:30am
AustraliaOmanKensington OvalBarbados6 JuneThursday10:30am
USAPakistanGrand Prairie Cricket StadiumDallas7 JuneFriday1:30am
NamibiaScotlandKensington OvalBarbados7 JuneFriday5:00am
CanadaIrelandNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York8 JuneSaturday12:30am
New ZealandAfghanistanProvidence StadiumGuyana8 JuneSaturday9:30am
Sri LankaBangladeshGrand Prairie Cricket StadiumDallas8 JuneSaturday10:30am
NetherlandsSouth AfricaNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York9 JuneSunday12:30am
AustraliaEnglandKensington OvalBarbados9 JuneSunday3:00am
West IndiesUgandaProvidence StadiumGuyana9 JuneSunday10:30am
IndiaPakistanNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York10 JuneMonday12:30am
OmanScotlandSir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua10 JuneMonday3:00am
South AfricaBangladeshNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York11 JuneTuesday12:30am
PakistanCanadaNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York12 JuneWednesday12:30am
Sri LankaNepalCentral Broward Park & Broward County StadiumFlorida12 JuneWednesday9:30am
AustraliaNamibiaSir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua12 JuneWednesday10:30am
USAIndiaNassau County International Cricket StadiumNew York13 JuneThursday12:30am
West IndiesNew ZealandBrian Lara Cricket AcademyTrinidad13 JuneThursday10:30am
BangladeshNetherlandsArnos Vale GroundSt Vincent14 JuneFriday12:30am
EnglandOmanSir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua14 JuneFriday5:00am
AfghanistanPapau New GuineaBrian Lara Cricket AcademyTrinidad14 JuneFriday10:30am
USAIrelandCentral Broward Park & Broward County StadiumFlorida15 JuneSaturday12:30am
South AfricaNepalArnos Vale GroundSt Vincent15 JuneSaturday9:30am
New ZealandUgandaBrian Lara Cricket AcademyTrinidad15 JuneSaturday10:30am
IndiaCanadaCentral Broward Park & Broward County StadiumFlorida16 JuneSunday12:30am
NamibiaEnglandSir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua16 JuneSunday3:00am
AustraliaScotlandDaren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia16 JuneSunday10:30am
PakistanIrelandCentral Broward Park & Broward County StadiumFlorida17 JuneMonday12:30am
BangladeshNepalArnos Vale GroundSt Vincent17 JuneMonday9:30am
Sri LankaNetherlandsDaren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia17 JuneMonday10:30am
New ZealandPapau New GuineaBrian Lara Cricket AcademyTrinidad18 JuneTuesday12:30am
West IndiesAfghanistanDaren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia18 JuneTuesday10:30am
A2D1Sir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua20 JuneThursday12:30am
B1C1Daren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia20 JuneThursday10:30am
C1A1Kensington OvalBarbados21 JuneFriday12:30am
B2D2Sir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua21 JuneFriday10:30am
B1D1Daren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia22 JuneSaturday12:30am
A2C2Kensington OvalBarbados22 JuneSaturday10:30am
A1D1Sir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua23 JuneSunday12:30am
C1B2Arnos Vale GroundSt Vincent23 JuneSunday10:30am
A2B1Kensington OvalBarbados24 JuneMonday12:30am
C2D1Sir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua24 JuneMonday10:30am
B2A1Daren Sammy National Cricket StadiumSt Lucia25 JuneTuesday12:30am
C1D2Arnos Vale GroundSt Vincent25 JuneTuesday10:30am
TBCTBCBrian Lara Cricket AcademyTrinidad27 JuneThursday10:30am
TBCTBCProvidence StadiumGuyana28 JuneFriday12:30am
TBCTBCKensington OvalBarbados30 JuneSunday12:30am

ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 frequently asked questions

Twenty teams qualified for the T20 World Cup 2024: India, Pakistan, Ireland, Canada, United States of America (co-host), England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman, New Zealand, West Indies (co-host), Afghanistan, Uganda, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands and Nepal.
The ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 is being co-hosted in the West Indies and the United States of America. Matches will be held in three US cities and seven Caribbean countries.
Batter-bowler Mitch Marsh is the captain of Australian for the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024. The usual ODI and Test captain Pat Cummins is also part of the T20 squad.
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Nathan Lawrence has been banging out passionate tech and gaming words for more than 11 years. These days, you can find his work on outlets like IGN, STACK, Fandom, Red Bull and AusGamers. Nathan adores PC gaming and the proof of his first-person-shooter prowess is at the top of a Battlefield V scoreboard.

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