The Virat Kohli-led side arrived in Australia on November 13 and is currently under quarantine. However, the side has been training and played its first intra-squad match on Sunday.
Check India-Australia series latest news updates here
India tour of Australia 2020-21
Team India will kickstart its two-month long tour of Australia
with a three-match ODI series followed by a T20 International series with as many number of matches. The IND vs AUS ODI series is also a part of ICC cricket World Cup Super League.
ICC WC ODI Super League points table
The India vs Australia
Test series, also known as Border-Gavaskar Trophy, will begin from December 17 at Adelaide Oval Ground. The first Test match between India and Australia will be a Day/Night game, India’s first overseas and the second one overall. The India vs Australia
Test series is also part of ICC World Test Championship, whose final will be played in June next year at the Lord's cricket ground, London.
So, how can fans watch the high-octane India vs Australia ODIs, T20Is and Test matches?
The official broadcasters for India vs Australia series in India is Sony Sports
Which Sony Channels will broadcast IND vs AUS live matches?
The SPN has shortlisted three sports
channels to broadcast India vs Australia series live, namely, Sony SIX, Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 3.
Why Kohli will miss Rohit in ODIs, T20Is
How to watch India vs Australia live streaming matches online in India?
Sony LIV will live stream IND vs AUS matches live from Australia.
How can fans watch IND vs AUS ODI matches live for free?
India’s national sports
broadcaster, DD Sports will live telecast India vs Australia ODIs and T20Is for free. DD National will also broadcast the IND vs AUS series live starting November 27.
Check ICC Test championship latest news and points table here
Other ways to live stream India vs Australia ODI series?
Airtel postpaid and Jio subscribers can watch the IND vs AUS ODI series live on Airtel Stream and Jio TV platforms, respectively.
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