Commencing on 2 June for Australian fans, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will ignite as the United States hosts World Cup Cricket, for the very first time. As one of the tournament favourites, Australia aspires to become the first team to hold all three Men’s ICC trophies simultaneously, after winning the World Test Championship and ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in 2023.

How to watch live ICC matches

Fans across Australia will have exclusive access to all matches in every tournament of elite ICC competition in all cricket formats, at no extra cost to a Prime membership. Prime members can watch all live ICC matches anywhere and anytime on their Prime Video app for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, and stream online. In the Prime Video app, Prime members can download matches on their mobile devices and tablets and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup match schedule (AEST)

ICC Men's T20 World Cup match schedule (AEST)
ICC Men's T20 World Cup match schedule

Expert insights: Usman Khawaja

Prime Video announced Australian cricket star Usman Khawaja as Prime Video’s official ambassador for its exclusive live broadcast of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Khawaja has a stellar international career across all formats of cricket including T20, is a top-order batter for Australia, and is the current ICC Men’s Test Cricketer of the year. Usman will provide Prime members and cricket fans with exclusive insight and analysis of the tournament on Prime Video’s social channels during key matches throughout what is set to be the largest ICC T20 World Cup to date.

ICC's Men's T20 World Cup—it’s on Prime.

“I am very excited to be working with the team at Prime Video, for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup this year,” said Khawaja. “As a sports fanatic, I can’t wait to see the United States host the T20 World Cup Cricket for the very first time. You’ve got one of the biggest sporting rivalries in the world with Pakistan and India taking place in the group stages, and our Aussies are shaping up extremely well. It is set to be a massive month of cricket and I can’t wait to watch all of it live and exclusively on Prime Video.”

New viewing experiences: Rapid Recap

Curating a new viewing experience for Australian live sports, Prime Video will offer customers new features like an in-game language selector and “Rapid Recap.” Rapid Recap assists those who join the game in-progress and want to catch up on the action they missed before entering the livestream. Rapid Recap uses machine learning to compile big plays and exciting moments into a short two minute highlights package for Prime Video customers. While viewing the rundown, viewers can either skip or re-watch big plays within the queue and jump to live action at any time. The in-game language selector will allow our Hindi-speaking customers to switch to Hindi seamlessly without exiting the player.

Coming up: US vs Canada, India Vs Pakistan and The Super Eight

New and old rivalries will heat up, as the United States plays the curtain-raiser against Canada in Dallas, before the highly-anticipated India versus Pakistan match gets underway on 10 June AEST in New York. The Super Eight will start on 20 June, and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup champions of 2024 will be crowned on 30 June in Barbados.

Amazon Original series: The Test S3

Prime Video is also the home of Amazon Original series The Test S3. The new series, released on 24 May, takes viewers behind the scenes during Australia's 2023 UK tour, seeing the Australian men’s cricket team win the World Test Championship and retain the men's Ashes.

Prime Video is available in Australia at no extra cost to a Prime membership. New customers can find out more at and subscribe to a free 30-day trial.

Next, watch The Test Season Three trailer, coming to Prime Video on 24 May.