Cricket World Cup : Cricket World Cup USA TV: How to Watch England vs. Australia. England takes on Australia at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham on Thursday, July 9, with play scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. local time (5:30 a.m. ET).Welcome to Evening Standard’s LIVE coverage of the Cricket World Cup semi-final between England and Australia at Edgbaston.
New Zealand are already through to the final following their 18-run victory over India, and today will decide who they face at Lord’s this Sunday.
England are targeting what would be their World Cup Final appearance since 1992, while Australia have been impressive throughout – including that victory over England at Lord’s in the pool stage.
Standard Sport’s Malik Ouzia and Will Macpherson are at Edgbaston today, and you can follow all of the action LIVE right here…
The game will be broadcast in the U.S. by Willow TV and Hotstar, with a live stream available via Sling TV.
The latter is one of the official partners of Willow TV and is available across various platforms such as Apple TV, iOS, Android TV, XBOX, Chrome TV, Fire TV and Roku.Back in 1992, England went all the way to the final. To repeat the feat this year, it will have to get past Australia on Thursday, with a new chapter set to be added to the tale cricket’s oldest rivalry.
There’s a lot of history between the two teams, the most recent of which was written just over two weeks ago when Australia beat England at Lord’s by 64 runs.
The manner of victory was a lot more comprehensive than the margin suggested and England will have to be much better to have a chance of reaching the final.
It’s an Ashes showdown in the second semi-final as Australia and tournament host England vie for a spot against New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup decider.
We will have live blog coverage from 6:30pm AEST.
What an engrossing contest of cricket we have had. These 240s-250s ODIs are just so thrilling. A match worthy of being a World Cup semi-final. Black Caps triumph over one of the heavy favourites, India, and now find themselves with another chance to lift the World title, something they missed out in the 2015 edition. Thank you for all your company today. We will be back tomorrow to find out, who will be taking on New Zealand at Lord’s on Sunday as England square up against Australia. Until then stay tuned on Firstpost for all the latest news, analysis, opinions and more.