Cricket fans can now watch their favourite sport outside Australia with the 2018 VIVO IPL’s 11th Season, which be available to stream LIVE online. Australian cricket fans have been anxiously waiting for the event to be televised LIVE in HD, and it’s finally here!
The 2018 Indian Premier League season has kicked off, and Australian cricket fans will be able to stream IPL 11 live online via the Foxtel Now service. Sign up today and take advantage of a free two-week trial, so you can start enjoying this great cricket action on an eligible mobile device.
Australia’s first taste of live action began with the coverage of the match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians on April 7, with the Super Kings winning by 1 wicket. The upcoming match between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings on April 20 is much-awaited by fans around the world. Both sides have bagged championship titles in their own right — and their clash is exactly the action cricket enthusiasts look for.
VIVO IPL’s 11th season is also star-studded, with the notable presence of Australian internationals Shane Wilson, Glen Maxwell, and Mitchell Starc as they join international figures Ben Stokes, Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle, Brendon McCullum, and AB de Villiers. That’s another spectacle that’s must-see TV, and you won’t find the IPL free to air in Australia, to include the Playoffs from May 22-25, and IPL Final on May 27.
IPL 11 Live Aussie TV Fixtures (Sydney time)
IPL Final – Sunday 27 May
LIVE TV: Super Kings (CSK) v Sunrisers (SRH) at 11.20pm
Replay: Monday 28 May from 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Available exclusively on the Fox Sports More channel (Foxtel), adjust for regional time differences.
Fox Sports on Foxtel delivers an impressive line-up of international cricket, including Australia’s Tour of England from June 9th, the ICC’s Women’s World Cup and the Australian Women’s Tour of New Zealand at the end of September. The 2018 IPL VIVO is apparently another solid addition to its already remarkable list of TV fixtures, which fans can experience LIVE via the streaming service Foxtel Now.
To enjoy this unique cricket action, sign up for a Foxtel Now free 2-week streaming TV trial, which has no lock-in contract so you’re free to pause or leave anytime, and start streaming today.