Here’s how you can watch World Cups 2018 from any part of the world.
The first two matches of the 2019 World Cup are on TV in Australia, with the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the same night.
The third and final match, between England and Scotland, will be shown live on TV around the globe on Friday night.
Australia, with an average of 22,000 viewers per game, will broadcast the first two games on Friday.
The finals are on the weekend in the US, followed by the second and third games in Brazil.
Australia’s game with the United States is on the Friday night, but the match will be on the Sunday morning.
The final between Scotland and South Africa is on Sunday morning, with Scotland’s match against the Netherlands at the same time as the second half of the tournament.
The matches will be played on the Australian network and the UK broadcaster Sky, which is owned by the English Premier League.
Australia is ranked first in the world in terms of live TV audience with an audience of 1.2 billion people per game.
The 2018 World Cup, which had a live audience of 2.8 billion people, had the highest audience of any World Cup in history.