CricketNews

Australia Vs New Zealand ODI Series: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

Although Australia won the series against Zimbabwe, the loss in the final encounter will be a wake-up call for them. They will next host New Zealand for a three-match ODI series at home. All the games will happen in Cairns. On that note, here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the Australia Vs New Zealand ODI Series.

Advertisement

The first of the three matches will happen on September 6th. It is necessary for both teams to do well in this series. With the T20 World Cup scheduled next month, important cricketers from both sides such as David Warner, Steve Smith, and Kane Williamson have to build momentum.

Which TV Channel will telecast Australia Vs New Zealand ODI Series in India?

Advertisement

The Sony Sports Network, with its TV channels and Sony LIV application, broadcasted the recent Zimbabwe tour of Australia in India. It is expected that the same platform will telecast the upcoming New Zealand tour of Australia.

Additionally, FanCode has listed the New Zealand tour of Australia on its platform. Fans will have to pay a subscription to enjoy the action.

Which TV Channel will telecast Australia Vs New Zealand ODI Series in Australia and New Zealand?

Fans in Australia will have to use the service by Fox Sports to watch the game on TV and also live stream the matches. Kayo Sports could also telecast the game but official confirmation is not yet available.

Advertisement

It has been made official that Sky Sports NZ will bring the action from Australia to New Zealand. Fans will have to check for updates from Spark Sport, as well, for streaming and telecast details.

When will AUS vs NZ ODI start?

In India, the match will start at 9:50 AM. While in Australia, the fans can start watching the game at 2:20 PM, the Kiwi fans will have to tune in from 4:20 PM. The ODI matches will happen on September 6th, 8th, and 11th.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Nesara V Jagannatha

Books, Movies & Sports! A cricket aficionado...

Related Articles

Back to top button