Where can I listen to the Cricket World Cup final?

Australia has qualified for the men’s ODI Cricket World Cup Final. I thought I’d share with those of you who are also planning a late Sunday night (and Monday morning) all your Australian radio listening options as we try to defeat India, in India.

The game starts at 7:30pm AEDT (Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart), 7pm ACDT (Adelaide), 6:30pm AEST (Brisbane), 6pm ACST (Darwin) and 4:30pm AWST (Perth) and will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

ABC Sport audio coverage can be found on Capital City and Regional stations, on the ABC Listen app and the ABC Sport home page. They will also be live blogging the match with Simon Smale from start to finish, including post-match coverage.

SEN will be broadcast the final across the entire SEN network and streamed via the SEN App.

SEN Director of Sport Julian Bayard said:

“It is an honour to lead such an extraordinary team dedicated to delivering top-notch commentary. With our Chief Sports Caller Gerard Whateley at the helm, we’ve curated a fantastic blend of former players and the sharpest cricketing minds, all devoted to bringing the excitement of each game directly to our audience.”

You can also watch it, live and free, on 9GEM and 9Now from 6pm AEST.

Or you can always do what I do, and have audio, visual and espncricinfo stats all happening at the same time.

Let me know if I’ve missed anything or you’re doing anything audio for the final and I’ll add it to this list. But please, before 5pm on Sunday.

I’ve got plans.

Jen Seyderhelm is a writer, editor, podcaster and cricket tragic for Radioinfo

Australia v India photo thanks to ABC Sports


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