After a successful home summer, Australia begins a three-match limited overs tour of India. This is The Roar’s ultimate guide to live streaming the ODI series, or watching it on TV.
Three ODIs will be played between the two nations, with Australia looking to knock off the Indians on their own soil in two consecutive series.
The first ODI takes place on Tuesday, January 14 the second match is on Friday, January 17 and the third is on Sunday, January 19. All three matches start at 7pm (AEDT).
As with all Australian cricket matches played overseas, this ODI series will be exclusive to Fox Sports on TV.
Fox Cricket (Channel 501 on Foxtel) has an exclusive broadcast of the match, with coverage starting just before 7pm for each game.
To watch Fox Cricket, you’ll need a valid Foxtel TV subscription, with the sports package included.
If that’s not an option, you’ll just need to head to a pub that’s showing the game.
You’ve got two options if you’d prefer to live stream the ODIs, but neither is free.
The best option is Kayo Sports, a streaming service that lets you access the overwhelming majority of Foxtel’s sporting content for $25 a month. This is an excellent option if you want to watch Fox Sports, but don’t want to jump through the hoops of packages and installation.
Foxtel GO is the other streaming option. If you’re already a Foxtel pay-TV customer, this service is included in your subscription. If not, subscribing is identical to having the TV service.
As always, The Roar will have you covered for all the action at in India. We’ll be live blogging each and every ODI, with video highlights, expert analysis and opinion all rounding out our limited-overs cricket coverage.