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    How to watch India vs. England: Live stream T20 World Cup semis

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    Virat Kohli of India fields the ball during the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup West Indies & USA 2024 match between India and Ireland.

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    The end of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is in sight as India and England compete for the last slot in the final. No matter which team you’re rooting for, we’ll show you how to watch India vs. England, including viewing options for the US, UK, and India, among other regions.

    Both India and England have historically strong cricket teams. England has won the T20 World Cup twice, including last year, and India has won the competition once. So far in the 2024 tournament, India has gone undefeated. England’s tournament experience has been slightly tougher, losing to Australia in the group stages and South Africa in the Super 8, but they managed to push through to the semis. This morning’s game will see whether England can persevere or if India’s undefeated streak will continue.

    Keep reading to learn how to tune into the game from anywhere. The watch options we highlight today will also work for the final, so if your favorite team advances, you won’t have to sign up for anything else to watch. And don’t forget to bookmark our T20 World Cup hub for up-to-date info on the final.

    See also: How to buy India T20 World Cup tickets | Where to watch Euro 2024 | Where to watch Formula 1

    How to watch India vs. England quick links

    US: Sling TV (from $15), Fubo (one-week free trial)UK: Sky Sports (various) / Now TV (various)Australia: Prime Video (30-day free trial)South Africa: DStv (various)India: Disney+ Hotstar (FREE)Access accounts from anywhere via ExpressVPN (try risk-free for 30 days)When: Thursday, June 27 at 10:30 a.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. BST / 10:30 p.m. AWST

    How to watch India vs. England in the US

    The India vs. England game airs on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. ET on Willow TV in the US. Willow is streamable through a few different live TV packages, including Sling TV and Fubo. Sling’s Desi Binge plan will be the cheapest option today, with plans costing $15 a month (although you can get your first month for just $10). Fubo is a more expensive option, at $79.99 a month, but it includes a massive selection of channels beyond just sports. Plus, new users can try the service free for one week.

    How to watch India vs. England in the UK

    The India vs. England game will be available via Sky Sports in the UK. You can live stream it via Now TV, which has a variety of plans, including a single-day pass for £14.99 if you’re only looking to watch a game or two. Plus, Now TV is a solid option to combine with a VPN if you’re not in the UK right now.

    How to watch India vs. England in Australia

    The India vs. England game will be available to live stream on Prime Video in Australia, where subscriptions start at $9.99 a month. New users can try the streaming service free for 30 days, which will cover fans for this game and the finals on Saturday. 

    How to watch India vs. England in India

    The India vs. England game will live stream through the Disney+ Hotstar mobile app in India. This free service requires an Indian phone number in order to sign up and is different from regular Disney+, so people in other countries with Disney+ accounts won’t be able to access this option.

    How to watch India vs. England in South Africa

    The India vs. England game will live stream on DStv in South Africa through the cricket-focused Sports channel. The Premium plan costs R799 a month, and other tiers vary in price.

    How to watch India vs. England from anywhere

    If you’re planning to travel away from home during the India vs. England, you can still keep up with your live streaming subscriptions using a VPN. Short for virtual private networks, VPNs let you change your electronic device’s virtual location that so that you can access your usual websites and apps from anywhere. Since the services we’ve outlined today require country-specific forms of payment, this option will be best for people who are just traveling away from home at the moment and hoping to access their existing subscriptions. 

    Our go-to recommendation is ExpressVPN, a beginner-friendly VPN with a 30-day money-back guarantee. For additional details, check out our official ExpressVPN review.

    Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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