AUSTRALIA meet Bangladesh as the Cricket World Cup continues at Trent Bridge.
The Aussies have tasted defeat just once in the competition so far, whilst Bangladesh need a victory if they’re to have any realistic possibility of reaching the semi-finals.
How can I live stream Australia vs Bangladesh?
ALL eyes will be on Trent Bridge and the weather forecast as these two sides meet for the first time since the Champions Trophy.
The match will be held on Thursday, June 20.
Weather permitting, the toss will be at 10am BST and play starts at 10.30am.
In the UK, Sky Sports have the rights to show every Cricket World Cup match – and this game will be live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event.
Sky subscribers should download the Sky Go app to stream wherever they are.
Whilst those of you without a subscription can still watch by grabbing a NOW TV pass from just £8.99.
If you’re watching in Australia, the game is being shown live on Fox Sports, with streaming available via Foxtel.
In Bangladesh, head to RabbitHole to live stream on multiple devices.