Australian cricket fans will be able to watch the first live cricket series in a few months on September 4 and the games are expected to feature the best players in the world.
Here are five things to know about live cricket.
The 2018-19 season has already begunThe Aussies will play the first game of the series on September 6, with the finals scheduled to be held on September 13.
This will be the first match in a two-match series, with India and Sri Lanka taking on each other for a five-match World Cup in 2019.
There will be four international series: the first, the second, the third and the final.
There is also a World Twenty20 series to be played in the US in 2021 and there will be a final in 2019 in which Australia will play New Zealand.
Live cricket is live for 24 hours, and there are no restrictions on the time of day or distance.
There are also restrictions on players being in the same place at the same time.
The tournament is scheduled to run for three days, with a final on October 2.
It is scheduled for a start time of 8.00am, with games kicking off at 8.30am.
There have been no confirmed injuries to any players.
The Aussie cricket team will be based at Sydney Cricket Ground from September 4.
The team will have four players in each of its first four innings and two players in their second innings.
The first team is expected to be made up of all players born in the state of Victoria, with two players each from the Northern Territory and Tasmania.