England vs Australia

England vs Australia England’s World Cup 2019 campaign has not turned out as good as many predicted before the start of the tournament. The World Cup 2019 hosts registered their first loss in the tournament against Pakistan before facing a reality check at the hands of Sri Lanka. England now find themselves in a must-win situation as they prepare to take on arch-rivals Australia in their next World Cup 2019 clash at Lord’s in London on Tuesday. Bidding to win the World Cup for the first time, England cannot afford many more slip-ups in their remaining league fixtures against fellow title contenders Australia, India and New Zealand — teams they have not defeated at a World Cup since 1992. Tuesday’s match at Lord’s was always going to be a showpiece occasion, but it has been given spice by England’s loss to Sri Lanka.

The thing we’re loving about the 2019 Cricket World Cup is that there are high profile matches around every corner. And they don’t come much bigger than this one – England vs Australia. In an Ashes year, this is a dress rehearsal on the biggest stage. And calling a winner between these two is virtually impossible – even at the bookies, it appears.

Clear your Tuesday, because you’re going to want to watch this one. That’s why we’ve created this guide for getting an England vs Australia live stream, regardless of where you are in the world.

England’s home Cricket World Cup has been seesawing from the sublime to the terrible. The highs of an 8 wicket win against the West Indies and Eoin Morgan leading the way to an astonishing 397/6 against Afghanistan, have been mirrored by surprise defeats to Pakistan and Sri Lanka. They now face the other best three teams in the tournament in a bid to avoid the embarrassment of crashing out of their own World Cup.

Australia have looked consistently impressive throughout, with their only blemish a defeat to the strong India team. Since then, they have vanquished Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh with relative ease. The brutal batting of David Warner and Aaron Finch have looked particularly foreboding, and England’s bowlers will need to be on top form to stop them.