How to watch the cricket world cup 2019 online - Stream Cricket subscription free

The time has finally come for the most anticipated cricket competition on earth; the Cricket World Cup! From Thursday 30th May until Sunday 14th July the best cricket teams in the world will battle it out for supremacy - on the most beautiful cricket pitches around England and Wales.

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For anybody wondering how they can watch the cricket online, this guide will explain how to unblock various Cricket World Cup streams from around the globe.

A VPN lets you pretend to be anywhere in the world to access streams of every cricket match!

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How to unblock the Cricket World Cup

If you love cricket but live somewhere - or are visiting somewhere - that does not broadcast the matches on TV, you are going to need a VPN. Follow these simple steps to get a VPN working on any of your devices:

  1. Navigate to the NordVPN website and subscribe to the best VPN for World Cup Cricket matches. As soon as you have subscribed you will be able to download the software on up to six devices. That means you can watch the cricket on your mobile, tablet, or laptop.
  2. Download and install the software. As soon as it has installed, you can log in using the credentials you entered during the subscription phase.
  3. Now that you have logged into the VPN software you are ready to connect! Simply select a server in the UK, Australia, India - or anywhere else that has a TV stream showing the Cricket World Cup - and click “connect.”
  4. Now that the VPN is connected head over to one of the streams mentioned below to watch the cricket!

Where to watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

In most countries, the Cricket World Cup is only available on pay-per-view channels. However, as you will see below there are some clever ways to watch the cricket world cup online for free by using a VPN. 

Channel 9 Australia (Stream FREE without a subscription)

If you can’t afford to pay to watch the cricket, then you will be able to watch at least some matches for free on Australia’s Channel 9.

Channel 9 has purchased the broadcast rights to every single Australian game, as well as the semi-finals and final. That means that no matter which team you support, you will be able to see them play at least once for free; when they take on Australia on Channel 9.

Rabbit hole - Bangladesh (Stream FREE without a subscription)

In Bangladesh, the cricket World Cup will be showing online on the website Rabbitholebd.com. So if you are struggling to find a stream elsewhere - you could give it a go using a server in Bangladesh, unfortunately, NordVPN doesn't have a server in Bangladesh so we recommend that you use  ExpressVPN .

PTV Sports and Ten Sports - Pakistan (Stream FREE without a subscription) 

In Pakistan, viewers can watch the ICC World Cup on either PTV Sports or Ten sports. Those channels will be sharing the matches which you will be able to stream online by connecting to a VPN server in Pakistan. Unfortunately NordVPN doesn't have a server in Pakistan, so, we recommend that you use HMA .

Hotstar Digital Platform India (Subscription price = $2.87)

In India, the popular channel Hotstar has got the rights to show the Cricket World Cup on both its website and app. Connecting to a VPN server in India will allow you to access those streams. And, if Indian is not your native language, you could always turn the volume down and listen to the radio commentary on the UK’s BBC Radio 5 Live.

Fox Sports Australia on Foxtel (Monthly Subscription Price = $25)

In Australia, Fox has the rights to show every single match of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. So, if you want to watch every match you will need to subscribe to this Australian pay-per-view service. Anybody wanting a quick an easy way to subscribe to Australia’s Fox Sports channels can do so on the excellent online service Kayo Sports. Kayo sports costs just $25 per month, and it provides a 14-day free trial, which means that you can even watch part of the cricket World Cup for free.

Sky Sports UK/Now TV (Monthly Subscription price = $32.50)

In the UK, Sky Sports has exclusive rights to the Cricket World Cup. That means you will need to purchase a subscription to Sky Sports or Now TV.

Now TV provides online access to Sky Sports and can be purchased in daily, weekly, or monthly subscription plans. That means you can pay for as little or as much of the Cricket World Cup as you like. Now TV Sky Sports passes cost  You can get a Sky Sports day pass for £7.99, a week pass £12.99 for,  and a monthly pass for £33.99  - all without a contract.

2019 ICC Cricket World Cup - what you need to know

This year the Cricket World Cup will take place in the UK, with the final taking place at London’s world-famous Lord’s. The following venues will also all be used during the championship:

  • Headingley – Leeds
  • Trent Bridge – Nottingham
  • The Oval – London
  • Edgbaston – Birmingham
  • The Riverside – Durham
  • Bristol County Ground – Bristol
  • County Ground – Taunton
  • Hampshire Bowl – Southampton
  • Old Trafford – Manchester
  • Cardiff Wales Stadium – Cardiff

The 10 teams taking place in the 2019 cricket World Cup are as follows:

  • Afghanistan
  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • England
  • India
  • New Zealand
  • Pakistan
  • South Africa
  • Sri Lanka
  • West Indies

The favorite with the bookies to win this year’s ICC World Cup is England - trailed closely by India and South Africa. Australia which are currently fourth favorite to win the tournament will be hoping to turn its +600 outsider status on its head once the competition kicks into action.

Conclusion

Not everywhere in the world shows the Cricket World Cup. However, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out. A Virtual Private Network lets you pretend to be in a different country so that you can access geo-restricted streams of matches from around the world. 

Try the best VPN for the Cricket World Cup - NordVPN  

Written by: Ray Walsh

Digital privacy expert with 4+ years experience testing and reviewing VPNs. He's been quoted in The Express, Barrons, the Scottish Herald, ThreatPost, CNET & many more. Ray is currently rated number 1 VPN authority by Agilience.com.

1 Comment

  1. Deny

    on April 24, 2019
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    I think the use of VPNs is the basis of security on the Internet, for example, I use VeePN and it completely suits me

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