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Australia will look to turn around a stuttering form line and get the summer of cricket back on track when they take on India in a three-match T20 series. This is The Roar‘s guide to live streaming the matches online, or watching them on TV.
India have a long summer ahead down under, playing three T20s, three ODIs and four Tests to round it all off.
The first T20 is scheduled for the Gabba in Brisbane at 6:50pm (AEDT) on Wednesday, November 21. The other two matches will also start at 6:50pm (AEDT) on Friday, November 23 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and Sunday, November 25 at the Sydney Cricket Ground respectively.
India are one of the best T20 teams in the world, so this will be a tough battle for the Aussies, who come into the series having lost an ODI series and their only T20 against South Africa.
The series will be broadcast exclusively on Fox Sports. Under Cricket Australia’s new TV deal, all men’s short-form international cricket will be shown on Foxtel from this summer.
The matches will also begin their coverage at 6:15pm (AEDT) on Fox Cricket, which can be found on Channel 501.
To watch Fox Sports on TV, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package of channels.
There are plenty of options if you want to watch the T20 series between Australia and India online.
As per normal, you can tune in through either of Foxtel’s dedicated streaming applications. If you already have a TV subscription, then you’ll want to use the Foxtel App, while if you want to only stream Foxtel’s channels, you’ll want to be going through Foxtel Now.
However, an exciting new option exists for sports fans, with the launch of Kayo Sports. This if Foxtel’s new streaming option to only get their sports channels, with pricing starting from $25 per month.
Kayo Sports also has a two-week free trial before you have to outlay any cost.
Here at The Roar, we will also cover the match with a ball-by-ball live blog and highlights of all the big moments so you won’t miss any of the action in Brisbane.