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Women's T20 World Cup 2023

ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023, warm-up matches live: TV channels & live streaming

West Indies lift the trophy after winning the Women's ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 Final between Australia and the West Indies at Eden Gardens
by Wisden Staff 2 minute read

The 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup warm-up matches will take place on February 6 and 8 – here is where to watch the World Cup warm up live on TV channels and streaming services.

Each of the ten sides will play two warm up match split over two days, with the host venues being Stellenbosch University, Western Province Cricket Club, Newlands Cricket Ground and Boland Park. The full schedule for the warm-up matches can be found here.

The matches complete the build up to the tournament which begins on February 10, when hosts South Africa will get the competition up and running with their fixture against Sri Lanka.


Women’s T20 World Cup warm-up matches: TV channels and live streaming

There are currently no updates as to where the warm-up matches will be shown on television or live-stream. Here is the full list of broadcasters for the tournament beginning February 10:

India: Star Sports is the place for fans in India to watch the tournament. SS1 SD, SS2 SD and HD will provide coverage as well as live streaming on the Hotstar platform.

Sri Lanka: Viewers in Sri Lanka will also be able to watch the tournament on Star Sports. Live streaming will be provided through Yupp.

Bangladesh: Gazi TV is the licence holder for broadcasting the tournament in Bangladesh, with streaming available on Rabbithole.

Pakistan: PTV Sports will broadcast the tournament in Pakistan as well as providing streaming on the PTV app.

UK: For those watching in the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast the tournament and provide streaming on SkyGo.

Australia: Viewers in Australia can watch the tournament on Fox Sports as well as access live streaming on Kayo, FoxtelGo and FoxtelNOW. Icc.tv will also be covering matches in Australia.

New Zealand: Sky Sport NZ will provide coverage of the tournament for those watching in New Zealand. Live streaming is available on the Sky Go NZ website as well as icc.tv.

USA: ESPN+ and Willow TV will broadcast the tournament in the USA, icc.tv also providing live streaming.

Caribbean: Viewers in the Caribbean and watch the tournament on ESPN Caribbean as well as watch live streams on the ESPN App and icc.tv.

South Africa: Fans in the host country will be able to watch the tournament on SuperSport via VR1 or CS1 channels, as well as on the Super Sport app.

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