Today marks the start of the Cricket World Cup, with 10 countries traveling to India to compete for the title of greatest in the world.
With a thrilling victory over New Zealand in the championship match four years ago, England is the current champion. The 132,000-seat Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, which will also host the tournament’s conclusion on November 19, will host the first matchup between the two clubs.
The whole 48-game schedule will be shown on paid television via Sky Sports Main Event and Cricket channels. Here’s how to keep track of every ball.
Observing the Cricket World Cup 2023 TV channel: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket will both carry live coverage of the whole competition. On Thursday, October 5, at 8.30 am BST, coverage kicks off with the first match between the world champions England and the 2019 runner-up New Zealand. At 9.30 am, the action begins.
Sky Sports customers may watch the action live on the SkyGo app.
Highlights: On Thursday at 7 p.m., Channel 5 will debut its daily highlights program.