England vs. Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup: TV Channel, Start Time, & Viewing Options


England vs. Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup: TV Channel, Start Time, & Viewing Options

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England’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 journey began with high hopes as defending champions, but they’ve stumbled with three losses in their first four matches, putting their tournament hopes in jeopardy.

The opening match against New Zealand was a devastating loss. Although they showed signs of recovery against Bangladesh, consecutive defeats to Afghanistan and the formidable South Africa have nearly dashed their chances.

What’s most worrying for England is their response to the 229-run defeat to South Africa, a record ODI loss. They appeared disoriented in all aspects of the game.

To keep their semi-final hopes alive, England must win all their remaining group matches, starting with Sri Lanka, who see an opportunity in England’s recent struggles.

Here’s the key information for the match:

When is England vs. Sri Lanka?

The match will take place on Thursday, October 26, starting at 9:30 am BST (2 pm local time).

How can I watch it?

You can catch the action live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket. In India, Star Sports will broadcast the match in five different languages on TV. If you prefer to stream it online, the Disney+Hotstar app or website is your go-to option.

If you’re traveling abroad and wish to watch the match, consider using a VPN to access your streaming app. Be sure to follow local regulations and your service provider’s terms.

Team news

England faced another setback with Reece Topley’s injury, ruling him out for the rest of the tournament due to a finger fracture. Brydon Carse has been drafted into the squad, while Jofra Archer, returning to the UK, is not considered ready for competition. Whether Carse will be match-fit remains uncertain.

Predicted lineup:

England XI: Bairstow, Malan, Root, Stokes, Buttler, Brook, Ali, Curran, Wood, Rashid, Atkinson


England 7/20 Sri Lanka 9/4


England is expected to rebound enough to defeat Sri Lanka, with a predicted win by 25 runs.



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