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India vs Australia T20I Series: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

Starting September 20th, India and Australia will be involved in three T20I games. The matches will be held in Mohali, Nagpur, and Hyderabad. On that note, here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of India vs Australia T20I Series.

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It will be an important event for both sides. Especially with the 2022 T20 World Cup scheduled next month, the preparation has intensified for both squads. Therefore, from a confidence point of view, both teams will want to gain a series win in the upcoming tournament.

Which TV Channel will telecast India vs Australia T20I Series in India?

The Star Sports network has the rights for the upcoming series in India. Star TV channels will telecast the game on TV while Disney+Hotstar will live to stream the encounters. It has been confirmed that the service will also be available in other regional languages.

DD Sports has also confirmed that the upcoming series will be available for free telecast on their TV channel. Therefore, fans will have multiple options for viewing.

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Which TV Channel will telecast India vs Australia T20I Series in Australia?

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When it comes to Australia, it is Fox Sports that brings the TV broadcast and Live Streaming from most parts of the world to the nation. It is likely to remain the same for the upcoming series, too.

In recent days, Kayo Sports, in association with Fox, is also streaming cricket matches. Fans will have to check with the official Twitter accounts for the latest updates.

When will IND vs AUS start?

In India, the match will start at 7:30 PM. Fans in Australia can start viewing the match exactly at 12:00 AM. The date of the matches will be September 20th, September 23rd, and September 25th in India. In Australia, the viewers will have to refer to the next day of the date when the match is being held in India.

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