The ICC World Cup 2023 will start on October 5th. Ten teams will compete in the tournament, and India is hosting it.
In the ICC World Cup 2023, you’ll also see teams like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, and the Netherlands. The tournament kicks off with a match between New Zealand and England on October 5th.
There will be a total of 48 games in the ICC World Cup 2023, and the final match will be held on November 19th. Before the tournament begins, all the teams will have some exciting warm-up matches. There are 10 warm-up matches planned from September 29th to October 3rd.
The warm-up matches will happen at three places: Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram, and Hyderabad, all starting at 2 PM IST. Some warm-up games will be held simultaneously.
Each team will play two warm-up matches before the ICC World Cup 2023. India is set to play two warm-up matches as well: one against England on September 30 and another against the Netherlands on October 3.
Just like the regular World Cup matches, these warm-up games will be broadcast live and available for streaming worldwide. Let’s now look at how you can watch the ICC World Cup 2023 warm-up matches.
Watch ICC World Cup 2023 Warm-Up Matches: Live Streaming and Telecast Info:
You can catch the ICC World Cup 2023 warm-up matches on the Star Sports Network. Each match will be broadcast on different Star Sports channels such as Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, Star Sports Select 1, and Star Sports 1 Hindi. For online streaming, head over to the Disney+ Hotstar app and website – it’s free in India!
Sri Lanka will also have Star Sports telecasting the warm-up matches, and you can stream them on Disney+ Hotstar.
For Bangladesh, Gazi TV (GTV) will air the matches live, and you can stream them on the Rabbithole app and website.
PTV Sports will bring you the live telecast in Pakistan, with live streaming available on the PTV app. You can also catch the action on the ARY app.
Afghanistan will have the RTA network for live telecast and Yupp TV for streaming.
In the United Kingdom, it’s Sky Sports Network for live telecast, and you can stream the matches on SkyGO.
Australia’s Fox Sports will provide live coverage, and you can stream the matches on apps like Kayo, FoxtelGo, and FoxtelNow.
Willow TV will broadcast the matches live in the USA, with live streaming available on Willow TV and Sling.
Canadian viewers can watch the live telecast on Willow TV and stream the matches on the Hotstar Canada app and website.
In New Zealand, Sky Sport NX will air the matches live, while you can stream them on websites like skygo.co.nz and Skysportnow.co.nz.
For the Caribbean Islands, ESPN and ESPN 2 Caribbean will provide live telecasts, and you can stream on the ESPN app.
South Africa will have SuperSport for both live telecast and live streaming of the matches.
Astro will bring you the live telecast in Malaysia, and for streaming, you can use the Yupp app and website.
Singapore viewers can watch the live telecast on Singtel and stream the matches on Hotstar and Yupp.
Finally, in Hong Kong, Now TV will have a live telecast, and you can stream the matches on YuppTV.