Live cricket streaming allows you to keep up with the action in real-time, monitoring your bets as you see it all unfold live before your eyes. Bookmakers that offer live cricket streaming provide a full, quality experience where you can enjoy watching a game of cricket while placing your bets simultaneously. To access the live cricket streaming service, most bookmakers require to deposit a small amount and place a bet on the match you wish to view before you’re provided access.
The biggest benefit of live cricket streaming is that you can place your bets, watch the match, monitor the play and see the outcomes live as they happen in one single platform. This means that should you want to place a bet or two on the game, then you don’t need to switch between multiple tabs or use multiple devices, everything can be done on a single device.
There are several bookmakers that provide live cricket streaming on their websites. We’ve handpicked some of the top bookmakers to advise you where to go to get your cricket fill.
William Hill provide free live cricket streaming to users, so long as you are logged into your account. If you haven’t got an account already, then don’t worry – this is actually a good thing. You’ll need to create account before you can access betting or live streaming. The bonus of creating an account with William Hill to view live cricket matches is that they offer £30 in free bets when you wager £10 to all new customers. This makes it one of our top picks for those new to cricket live streaming and betting.
Once logged in, you’ll need to have a positive account balance, or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. If neither of these apply, you will need to make a small deposit or bet to view the match.
Alternatively, live cricket streaming is free at Betfair, as long as your account has positive funds. Again, if you don’t already have an account then you will need to create one. Signing up is easy and there is no requirement on Betfair to place a bet to view live cricket streams, but this is necessary for some other sports. If you’re not already a member, Betfair offer a welcome bonus of up to £100 in free bets.
Unibet provide live cricket streaming through their own streaming service, UTV. You can also see a virtual preview of the game if you would prefer. To watch cricket live at Unibet, you must first hold an account with them, have positive funds or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
Again, at Bet365 you must hold an account and it must either be funded or you must have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. The pictures display above all of Bet365’s latest In-Play markets, so you can bet in real time and this makes betting on and watching multiple games easy.
Most bookmakers today also offer a mobile app, where you can access the live cricket streaming service straight from your mobile phone. So you can keep up with your bets and monitor the action of the latest in-play cricket games no matter where you are.
Some apps allow you to minimise the screen too, enabling you to place bets without closing down the stream, so you won’t miss out on a thing. In order to watch live cricket streaming through select bookmakers apps, you will need to ensure you have a strong mobile data or Wifi connection to maintain the quality – and this way you won’t miss a wicket.
You can view the world’s major cricket tournaments at selected bookmakers, including the Ashes and the Cricket World Cup, which is due to take place in May 2019. Other events and tournaments that you can watch and bet on in real-time include the Mzansi Super League, the Indian Premier League, County Championship, T20 Blast and World Twenty20.
Some major cricket events taking place currently that you can watch live at some bookmaker websites are the T20 matches between New Zealand and Pakistan, and Australian and India. There are also some ODI matches available to stream in the near future, including Bangladesh vs West Indies.