The international cricket for the 2019-2020 season will commence with a solid lineup of matches happening soon. Watch the 2019 Cricket World Cup starting on the 30th of May, and enjoy all the action with Kayo Sports, Australia’s newest streaming service dedicated to delivering the best live viewing experience.
ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup on Kayo
The biggest event in global cricket, the ICC Cricket World Cup, returns in 2019 for the twelfth edition of the most coveted trophy in the sport. Kicking off on May 30th, the action will be hosted in England and Wales and continue across 45 days until the Final on July 14th. Australia will be looking to defend its title against some highly-rated competition, with marquee match-ups against rivals New Zealand, the side they have history with from this past summer, India, as well as host country England, and you won’t have to miss a key moment when streaming the Cricket World Cup live with Kayo Sports.
2019-2020 International Cricket Schedule
Five nations will tour Australia this summer — Sri Lanka will tour across men’s and women’s teams, the Australian Women’s Cricket Team will face England and India, while the Australian Men’s Cricket Team will go against Pakistan and New Zealand. The Pakistan and New Zealand Tests will be the first matches happening in the country for the ICC Test Championship points.
Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup Live
For Women’s International, the summer of cricket will start with T20 World Champion Australia going against Sri Lanka on September 29. In 2020, Top 3 teams Australia, England, and India will have their matches played out beginning January 31 with the grand finale on February 12. This will be shortly followed by the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup beginning February 21 to March 8 with the ultimate final match taking place at the MCG during International Women’s Day.
Watch the Best of Men’s Cricket Live
Meanwhile, the men’s season will be initiated by the match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan for the Gillette T20 INTL Series as part of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2020. Australia and Pakistan will clash in the first Domain Test of the summer happening at The Gabba from November 21-25. The match will be a notable one as it marks the first time teams compete for the ICC Test Championship points in Australia.
Get ready for the ultimate day-night cricket as Australia takes on Pakistan for the second and final Test with the Adelaide Oval hosting from November 29-December 3. Moreover, the Domain Test Series between Australia and New Zealand, featuring the first Boxing Day Test, chooses Perth Stadium as its venue. This key stretch should coincide with the commencement of the next season of the Big Bash League, a popular domestic T20 competition, with the exact dates still to be determined. On March 13, a few days after the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Final, New Zealand returns to the country for the ODI Series. Overall, the upcoming season will generate 28 matches of international cricket across the 2019-2020 season, in addition to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.
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World Cup of Cricket 2019 TV Fixtures (Sydney time)
Thursday 30 May: England v South Africa at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 1 June: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 1 June: Australia v Afghani at 10.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Sunday 2 June: South Africa v Bangladesh at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 5 June: South Africa v India at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 5 June: Bangladesh v New Zealand at 10.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Thursday 6 June: Australia v W. Indies at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 8 June: Afghanistan v New Zealand at 10.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Sunday 9 June: Australia v India at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Monday 10 June: South Africa v West Indies at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 12 June: Australia v Pakistan at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Thursday 13 June: India v New Zealand at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 15 June: Australia v Sri Lanka at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 15 June: South Africa v Afghani at 10.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Sunday 16 June: India v Pakistan at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 19 June: New Zealand v South Africa at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Thursday 20 June: Australia v Bangladesh at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 22 June: India v Afghanistan at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 22 June: West Indies v New Zealand at 10.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Sunday 23 June: Pakistan v South Africa at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Tuesday 25 June: Australia v England at 7.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 26 June: New Zealand v Pakistan at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Thursday 27 June: West Indies v India at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Friday 28 June: Sri Lanka v South Africa at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 29 June: Australia v New Zealand at 10.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)
Sunday 30 June: England v India at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Tuesday 2 July: Bangladesh v India at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Wednesday 3 July: England v New Zealand at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 6 July: Sri Lanka v India at 7.30pm (Foxtel/Kayo)
Saturday 6 July: Australia v South Africa at 10.30pm (Nine/Foxtel/Kayo)