Four-time champion Australia and 6-time semifinalist New Zealand are the host nations for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, which is now underway.
ESPN has the exclusive rights to the on demand coverage for all 49 matches, including the semifinals and final match on March 28.
If you are a DISH Network, Mediacom and Time Warner Cable subscriber, you can watch the World Cup via pay per view.
Here’s how to watch online and on mobile:
Watch Cricket World Cup Online
ESPN has the exclusive rights to live stream the 2015 Cricket World Cup. You can watch all 49 matches through ESPN Cricket 2015. It costs $99 and also includes full and condensed replays for on-demand streaming. Get more information about the package here.
Watch Cricket World Cup on Mobile
Purchasing the above ESPN package will let you watch the Cricket World Cup on all mobile devices and tablets – including iOS and Android – through the ESPN Cricket 2015 apps. You will not need a cable log-in to access and view content on this app.