Catch the Cricket World Cup

News 05 October 2023

Get ready for the excitement on SuperSport as South Africa starts their journey in the ICC World Cup.

Catch the Cricket World Cup

The Proteas start their journey in the ICC Cricket World Cup on Saturday, 7 October by playing against Sri Lanka in Lucknow, India.

The Proteas will be among the 10 teams playing 48 matches to determine the world’s top ODI side, with every fixture live on SuperSport.

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Where to watch

Apart from a dedicated 24-hour channel SuperSport Cricket (DStv Channel 212), selected matches will be broadcast on Grandstand (DStv Channel 201), supplemented by 13-minute and 52-minute highlight packages for every match DStv Catch Up.

All fixtures will feature live build-ups from venues, with a review on all Proteas matches, plus the playoffs.

SuperSport will have an embedded broadcast crew with the Proteas, ensuring daily in-depth behind-the-scenes coverage, which will play out on SuperSport Blitz, magazine shows and various digital platforms.


Cricket will have its own Mayibuye show for the duration of the World Cup. The isiXhosa show is set to be hosted by Mluleki Ntsabo and Six Sotyelelwa and will be broadcast on SuperSport Variety 4 following the post-match wraps.

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