Australia, off a disappointing showing in England, will be eager to punch their ticket to the Final on July 8 and be counted as the top T20 team in the world, and using the information provided here you won’t have to miss a minute of the action when watching live on TV or streaming the matches to a mobile device.
2018 Australia Tour of Zimbabwe
England, who have recently welcomed back all-rounder Ben Stokes to their lineup, will be feeling confident. After winning 4-1 in the Australian ODI series, their opponent has lost two of its best players, while England have regained on of their best, and the series will be on home soil this time around. Australia, however, rarely go down without a fight, and this series will be compelling viewing but you won’t find this exciting Cricket Australia series free to air in your city or state.
Australia Tour of Zimbabwe Live TV (AEST):
July 1: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan LIVE from 6.00pm
July 2: Australia vs Pakistan LIVE from 6.00pm
July 3: Zimbabwe vs Australia LIVE from 6.00pm
July 4: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan LIVE from 6.00pm
July 5: Australia vs Pakistan LIVE from 6.00pm
July 6: Zimbabwe vs Australia LIVE from 6.00pm
July 8: FINAL TBD vs TBD LIVE from 6.00pm
All events shown as Sydney time. Adjust for regional differences. Australia Cricket replays generally to be shown following the conclusion of each match.
Australian Cricket Live Streaming
While you won’t find the 2018 Tour of Zimbabwe free to Air in Australia, Fox Sports 501 (Foxtel) will provide the most complete LIVE coverage of each and every match (July 1-8) including replays so you can enjoy the action at a later time. For additional Cricket programming details simply call the Foxtel phone number via your mobile.
Residents of Australia have the option of utilising the Foxtel Sports Combo pack which currently has no lock-in contract if trialled by August 18. With the Sports Combo you can watch Australia v Pakistan live on your big screen, and if you have to be out and about, you can stream Cricket Australia free using the Foxtel App within minutes.
2018 Cricket Fixtures – Live and Exclusive
Australian Men: 5 Game ODI Series vs England, June 13-24
Australian Men: 1-off T20I vs England, June 27
Australian Women: 3 Game T20I Series vs New Zealand, Sept 29-Oct 5
Australian Men: 3 Game ODI Series vs South Africa, November 4-11,
Australian Men: 1-off T20I vs South Africa, November 17
Australian Men: 3 Game T20I Series vs India, November 21-25
Australian Men: 4 Game Test Series vs India, December 6-January 7
T20 Tri-Series Preview (Australia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe)
In July of 2018, Australia and Pakistan will visit Zimbabwe for what will be a particularly brief series. Each side will play each other two times over the course of six days, before a final will be fought out by the top two sides on July 8 at Harare. The matchup is a rarity, with Zimbabwe not often being involved in series against Australia.
The home side is the 11th ranked team in the world and will head into the series as the rank underdogs. Neither Australia nor Pakistan are at the peak of their powers, but given they are ranked 5th and 6th respectively in the world ODI rankings, they should at least provide a tight contest. The series won’t be broadcast on free to air television, but you can stream Cricket in Australia live online with the Foxtel app.
Australia and Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe Live TV (AEST)
July 1: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan LIVE from 6pm
July 2: Australia vs Pakistan LIVE from 6pm
July 3: Zimbabwe vs Australia LIVE from 6pm
July 4: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan LIVE from 6pm
July 5: Australia vs Pakistan LIVE from 6pm
July 6: Zimbabwe vs Australia LIVE from 6pm
July 8: FINAL LIVE from 6pm
South Africa Tour of Australia Preview
The last time these two sides met, things didn’t go so well for the Australian’s. Not only did they lose the four-match Test series 3-1, but they were caught ball-tampering, resulting in the one-year suspension of captain Steven Smith and star batsman David Warner, the nine-month suspension of Cameron Bancroft, and ultimately the resignation of coach Darren Lehmann. The loss wasn’t the first time they have been troubled by the South Africans: Australia have lost just two test series at home since 2010/11, and both have been to their African rivals.
This tour won’t entail any Test matches but will instead see the two sides square off in a three-game ODI series and a single Cricket T20I. The last time they met the Springboks in an ODI was back in the 2016/17 season, when Australia visited South Africa. The home side promptly won 5-0. Australia will evidently be looking for a different result this time around, but with two of their best players out and a string of recent bad form, they’ll need to produce a significant turnaround. None of the three ODI’s or the T20I will be available on free to air television, but all four games will be broadcast on Foxtel, and available to watch online with Foxtel Now.
South Africa Tour of Australia Live TV (AEDT)
November 4: 1st ODI LIVE from 1pm
November 9: 2nd ODI LIVE from 2.50pm
November 11: 3rd ODI LIVE from 2.20pm
November 17: 1st T20I LIVE from 8pm