The T20 World Cup's Super 12 round will kick-off on Saturday evening in Sydney, with 12 teams fighting for the right to proceed to the knockouts of the tournament.
Australia, who are the defending champions, will host the tournament for the first time, but will be under the pump from Ball 1 after displaying some average form in the final lead up to the World Cup.
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The 12 teams - of which four are still in the process of qualifying from the first round - will be split into two groups of six, with a full round robin to be played, giving each team five games.
From there, the top two teams will qualify for the semi-finals, with the two winners going on to play the final in Melbourne on Sunday, November 13.
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How to watch the T20 World Cup on TV in Australia
Two channels in Australia have the rights to the T20 World Cup, however, only one will broadcast every game.
Fox Sports - with games on Fox Cricket (Channel 501) will broadcast every match throughout the Super 12 stage, with their coverage generally starting around 30 or 60 (depending on the game) minutes before the scheduled first ball.
Channel 9 will be the free alternative, however, they will only broadcast 11 games during the group stage. These will be all five of Australia's games, as well as England vs Afghanistan, India vs Pakistan, New Zealand vs Afghanistan, India vs South Africa, England vs New Zealand and India vs a qualifier from the first round on the final day of the Super 12 stage.
How to live stream the T20 World Cup online in Australia
If you're looking to live stream the coverage on Fox Sports, then you will need to use one of Foxtel's live streaming platforms.
For those with a valid TV subscription, you'll be able to use the Foxtel App, while those without can use Kayo Sports, which allows you to live stream all of Foxtel's sports package from $25 per month.
Channel 9s matches will be broadcast on 9Now, which is free to use, however, you must sign up with a valid email address.
Zero Wicket will also carry live coverage of selected games throughout the tournament, as well as all the news, analysis and opinion throughout the course of the tournament.