Cricket World Cup Final

Cricket World Cup Final : Cricket World Cup finals only roll around every four years, but the 2019 edition will see a first-time champion crowned – hosts England or last time’s losing finalists New Zealand. It’s all set to be an unforgettable match and you can read on how to discover how to watch your England vs New Zealand live stream options for the Cricket World Cup final.

Cricket World Cup Final Live

ENGLAND play New Zealand in a Cricket World Cup final that will see a new name engraved on the trophy at Lords.

The Black Caps saw off India on Wednesday, while England were crushing winners over old rivals Australia as both look to win the competition for the first time.

England face New Zealand on Sunday after reaching the Cricket World Cup final for the first time in nearly two decades.
England face New Zealand on Sunday after reaching the Cricket World Cup final for the first time in nearly two decades.

To celebrate the occasion, Sky Sports has taken the unusual step of making the stream of the game free to watch online, as well as on terrestrial TV in the UK through a partnership with Channel 4.

All other matches of the 2019 Cricket World Cup have only been available to Sky subscribers in the UK, meaning hundreds of links to free and illegal pirated streams have spread online and across social media in the build up to each match.

As well as posing a cyber security threat to people who click on them, these links also create huge revenues for pirates through online ads.

England overcame Australia at Edgbaston to secure a final place against New Zealand at Lord’s on Sunday 14 July. It is the first final England have reached on home soil since 1979 and Sky Sports’ coverage of the match will be available free to air via Channel 4.

Viewers will be able to enjoy Sky Sports’ coverage from 9am as England try to lift the Cricket World Cup for the first time. Coverage will move to More4 from 1.15pm when the F1 British Grand Prix takes place, reverting to Channel 4 after the race has finished. Live coverage from Lord’s will also be available on Sky One.