The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 starts on Thursday with a rematch of the controversial 2019 final.
England and New Zealand will do battle four years removed from the drama at Lord’s where the hosts prevailed in a boundary count back.
The match gets underway at 7.30pm AEDT.
Australia, meanwhile, gets its campaign underway with a blockbuster clash with hosts India on Sunday.
AUSTRALIAN MATCHES Cricket World Cup 2023 (Times in AEDT)
Sunday, October 8: India v Australia (Chennai), 7.30 pm
Thursday, October 12: Australia v South Africa (Lucknow), 7.30 pm
Monday, October 16: Australia v Sri Lanka (Lucknow), 7.30 pm
Friday, October 20: Australia v Pakistan (Bengaluru), 7.30 pm
Wednesday, October 25: Australia v Netherlands (Delhi), 7.30 pm
Saturday, October 28: Australia v New Zealand (Dharamasala), 4pm
Saturday, November 4: England v Australia (Ahmedabad), 7.30 pm
Tuesday, November 7: Australia v Afghanistan (Mumbai), 7.30 pm
Saturday, November 11: Australia v Bangladesh (Pune), 4pm
HOW TO WATCH Cricket World Cup 2023
All 48 matches will be broadcast live and ad-free on Fox Cricket (Channel 501) and streaming platform Kayo Sports.
Kayo also has ‘Mini’ highlights packages and full replays following each match.
Foxsports will also cover the games live as well as provide all the key reaction and analysis.
AUSTRALIAN SQUAD Cricket World Cup 2023
Pat Cummins (c), Sean Abbott, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa