The best young cricket talent in the world is ready to show the world what they’re made of on the big stage, with the 2020 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Finals set to begin on the 28th of January, and Kayo Sports will be broadcasting every match of the knock-out stage live and in high definition.
The format of the tournament will see multiple games played at the same time on each day, with Kayo streaming a total of twenty matches, including every game of the Finals which kick off on the 28th of January.
Where to Watch the ICC U19 World Cup Live in Australia
The games which are broadcast on Foxtel will also be available on Kayo Sports, meaning you can stream all the matches of the tournament wherever you may be. This will include not only Australia’s opening game against the West Indies, but also our U19 side’s massive clash against long-time rival England on the 23rd of January. Other major games included in Kayo’s scheduling include India v New Zealand on the 24th of January, as well as every game of the U19 World Cup Finals which begin on January 28th.
This edition of the tournament, which has been held biennially since 1998, shapes up as must-watch TV, with a number of teams in the mix to claim the most prestigious underage cricket award in the world. Much as is the case at the top level, India, Australia and England have the most talented squads, and the eventual winner is likely to come from this group. The likes of South Africa and Pakistan, however, are not far behind, and it wouldn’t surprise to see either of those two teams competing at the business end of the event.
|Friday 7 February||LIVE: 5th Place West Indies v Australia||6.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Saturday 8 February||LIVE: 3rd Place Pakistan v New Zealand||6.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sunday 9 February||LIVE: Final India v Bangladesh||6.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
Watch or Stream the U19 ICC World Cup Live
This year’s ICC U19 World Cup will not be available on Free to Air TV in Australia, with the Nine Network failing to acquire the broadcast rights. Alternatively, the Kayo streaming service, thanks to their broadcasting arrangement with Fox Sports, will have live coverage of all major cricket internationals during the 2020 season. This includes the ICC U19 World Cup, as well as all T20s, test matches, women’s internationals and much more.
So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to check out the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial which has no lock-in. With Kayo you can stream the U19 World Cup Finals using eligible mobile devices, while their No Spoilers feature allows you to hide all the scores so you won’t see the results before you had a chance to watch.
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ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Broadcasting Guide – Group Matches
The Group Stage of the ICC 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup will run for eight days in total, with a total of 24 matches to be played in this time. Each team has been placed into one of four different groups, and will play the other three sides in their group once during the Group Stage. At the conclusion of these matches, the top two teams will advance through to the ‘Super League’, where they will play-off against the rest of the top teams for the title, while the bottom two teams from each group will enter the ‘Plate League’ and compete for consolation positions.
A total of twenty games will be available on Kayo, including every match of the Finals, which means you’ll have plenty of flexibility when deciding how to watch. Kayo offers live U19 Cricket World Cup streaming with eligible mobile devices and browsers, including select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with new apps and platforms arriving soon. And what’s more, if you’re a resident of Australia you may be eligible for a 14 day free trial with Kayo, which will enable you to watch a large portion of this tournament free of charge as well as other key upcoming cricket fixtures, including every match of the BBL LIVE.
The 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup will be the 13th edition of the tournament, and the first ball of the Finals will be bowled on Tuesday, 28 January at 6.30pm AEDT – primetime for viewers in Australia. And with each game throughout the tournament set to begin at the same time, it will be easy to tune in to watch the best young talent in the world fight it out on the global stage.