After 48 action-packed games, the ICC Cricket World Cup is finally coming to a close. In a few hours' time, Australia will take on tournament host England for the honour of competing in the final against New Zealand. Here's how to watch the game live, online and free in Australia.
The ICC Cricket World Cup is the international championship for One Day International cricket that takes place every four years. The decider is slated to take place on Sunday, July 14 and could be between New Zealand and Australia. But first, Australia needs to beat England in tonight's semi-final.
How to watch the Cricket World Cup semi-final on TV
Network Nine will be broadcasting the Cricket World Cup semi-final from 7:30pm AEST on its main channel. You can also catch it on 9HD.
Rebecca Maddern, Mark Taylor, Lisa Sthalekar, and Ian Healy will be providing Nine’s commentary.
How to stream the Cricket World Cup semi-final
The easiest ways to stream the CWC semi is by signing up to Kayo Sports. This is Foxtel's new online sporting platform. A subscription costs $25 per month, but you can sign up for a free two week Kayo trial. This will also get you free access to Sunday's final.
You can also stream the game through the free 9Now app.
How to watch the Cricket World Cup in HD
If you want to watch Australia take on England in high definition, simply head to Channel 91 on your TV.
When is Cricket World Cup final?
The Cricket World Cup decider will commence on Sunday, July 14 at 7:30pm AEST. New Zealand is already through - they will be joined by either Australia or England, depending on the outcome of tonight's game.