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How to watch Australia vs India: Women's T20 Tri-Series final live stream, TV guide

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11th February, 2020
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Australia will look to secure a T20 Tri-Series victory when they clash with India in the final. This is The Roar’s guide to live streaming the T20 final online, or watching it on TV.

The Southern Stars will be in action at 1:40pm (AEDT) on Wednesday, February 12. Having both narrowly outperformed England over the course of the series, both Australia and India will clash for bragging rights ahead of the women’s World T20 next week.

All three sides actually went 2-2 over the course of the group stage, with net run rate seeing Australia and India progress to the final. Australia won their first meeting with India by four wickets, but lost the second meeting by seven wickets.

How to watch the T20 Tri-Series final on TV

You’ll have two means of watching this match on TV. The first is through Fox Cricket (channel 501), who have a live broadcast beginning with pre-game coverage at 1:10pm (AEDT). Their coverage will be free of ad breaks during play, but requires a valid Foxtel TV subscription to watch.

Alternatively, you can also view the match on free-to-air through Channel Seven. Their coverage will be on 7mate in most areas, so check your local listings to be sure.

How to live stream the T20 Tri-Series final online

If you’d prefer to live stream the T20 Tri-Series final online instead, you have two options.

The best option is Kayo Sports, which will let you stream any content on Fox Cricket for $25 a month. This is a good option if you want Foxtel’s sporting content, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of sorting out TV packages and installation.

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If you do have a Foxtel subscription already, you don’t need to pay again just to stream the channels you have access to. In this case, simply use the Foxtel GO app, which is included in your subscription.

Channel Seven normally streams all content on their TV networks through 7Plus, but they do not hold digital rights to cricket. As such, this match will not be available through that service.