Watch cricket live streams
No matter the month, there always seems to be some kind of cricket competition to tune into these days. That’s fantastic news if you can’t get enough of the eternal battle between leather and willow and want to watch cricket live streams all year round.
As well as a busy international cricket calendar of ICC tournaments and bilateral Test match, ODI and T20I series, the year is now peppered with high profile franchise Twenty20 competitions – the Indian Premier League (IPL), Big Bash League (BBL), T20 Blast, The Hundred, PSL, MLC, SA20 and ILT20 to name but a few.
That makes keeping up with when and where to watch your favorite cricket stars play harder than facing an over from Jasprit Bumrah. Whether that’s India’s Virat Kohli adding to his record-breaking century count, Australia’s Travis Head making mincemeat of another bowling attack or England’s Ben Stokes performing his latest miracle.
In this article, we explain the main TV channels on which to catch the action around the world, as well as the streaming services you may need to watch cricket online.
Watch cricket live streams on Sling
How to watch cricket live streams from anywhere
If you try to start streaming cricket on your normal streaming service when overseas, you’ll soon discover that you can’t. That’s because broadcasters block you from watching when abroad due to rights reasons.
But there is a way to tune in regardless. By downloading and installing a VPN, you can effectively trick your computer into thinking that it’s back at home. That way you can enjoy your home cricket coverage without having to find an illegal stream – assuming you comply with the broadcaster’s fine print, of course – specifically its terms and conditions.
Use a VPN to watch cricket from anywhere: