Can anyone stand up to the formidable Southern Stars? Six-time champions Australia enter the 202 Women’s Cricket World Cup as overwhelming favorites once again, but India, New Zealand, England and South Africa will all be hoping to upset the odds. With 31 matches being squeezed into 29 days, strap yourself in and read on as we explain how to watch a 2022 2022 Women’s World Cup live stream online from anywhere.
The White Ferns’ – this year’s hosts – solitary ODI World Cup triumph came in 2000, when they last hosted the tournament, and they sent out a statement ahead of this one with a magnificent nine-wicket demolition of their trans-Tasman rivals, inspired by Sophie Devine.
Also in promising form are India, who are still searching for their maiden triumph. The Women in Blue warmed up with a Smriti Mandhana-led thrashing of the West Indies, though she left that game early with a head injury.
Not quite so hot are the reigning champions, England, who are rebuilding their confidence after last month’s unhappy Ashes tour, something that would have been helped by their recent victory over the Proteas.
If you’re not familiar with the format, all eight teams will play each other once at the group stage, with the top four qualifying for the semi-finals. Ready for a bumper month of high-octane cricket? Follow our guide for all you need to know to find a 2022 Women’s World Cup live stream and watch every game from anywhere.
Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 schedule: dates and times
All times are given in GMT. Add 11 hours for AEDT; add 13 hours for NZDT; subtract 5 hours for ET; subtract 8 hours for PT.
- Friday, March 4 – New Zealand vs West Indies, 1am
- Friday, March 4 – Bangladesh vs South Africa, 9pm
- Saturday, March 5 – Australia vs England, 1am
- Sunday, March 6 – India vs Pakistan, 1am
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- Sunday, March 6 – New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 9pm
- Tuesday, March 8 – Australia vs Pakistan, 1am
- Tuesday, March 8 – England vs West Indies, 9pm
- Thursday, March 10 – New Zealand vs India, 1am
- Friday, March 11 – Pakistan vs South Africa, 1am
- Saturday, March 12 – India vs West Indies, 1am
- Monday, March 12 – New Zealand vs Australia, 9pm
- Monday, March 14 – England vs South Africa, 1am
- Sunday, March 13 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 9pm
- Monday, March 14 – Australia vs West Indies, 9pm
- Wednesday, March 16 – England vs India, 1am
- Thursday, March 17 – New Zealand vs South Africa, 1am
- Thursday, March 17 – Bangladesh vs West Indies, 9pm
- Saturday, March 19 – Australia vs India, 1am
- Saturday, March 19 – New Zealand vs England, 9pm
- Monday, March 21 – Pakistan vs West Indies, 1am
- Monday, March 21 – Australia vs South Africa, 9pm
- Tuesday, March 22 – Bangladesh vs India, 1am
- Wednesday, March 23 – South Africa vs West Indies, 9pm
- Thursday, March 24 – England vs Pakistan, 1am
- Thursday, March 24 – Australia vs Bangladesh, 9pm
- Friday, March 25 – New Zealand vs Pakistan, 9pm
- Saturday, March 26 – Bangladesh vs England, 9pm
- Sunday, March 27 – India vs South Africa, 1am
- Tuesday, March 29 – TBA vs TBA, 9pm
- Thursday, March 30 – TBA vs TBA, 1am
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- Sunday, April 3 – TBA vs TBA, 12am
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How to watch World Cup cricket outside your country
Below we’ve got you covered with your official broadcasting options for major cricket loving countries (and the US!), but if you’re outside your country of residence – whether that’s India, the UK or anywhere else – and try to start streaming the cricket via your local broadcaster, you’ll soon discover that you can’t, as it’s location restricted. 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 coverage without having to find an illegal stream – assuming you comply with the broadcaster’s fine print, of course – specifically its terms and conditions.
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