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India vs Australia 1st T20: Where to watch IND vs AUS 1st T20 Live in India

IND vs AUS 1st T20: India will face Australia in the 1st T20 match at the Oval Stadium, Canberra on the 4th of December.

A total of three T20s will be played between both teams. India will be eager to win this one after losing the ODI series.

After winning the last ODI by 13 runs, Kohli’s men will look to continue their fine form in the 20 over matches as well.

In 2017-18 Cricket Australia had signed a 6 years deal for all Live Broadcast and Live Streaming of the cricket played in Australia with Sony Pictures Sports Network.

Cricket fans in the Indian Sub-Continent will have to subscribe to SonyLIV to enjoy the uninterrupted Live Streaming of the India vs Australia series on

The SPN has shortlisted three sports channels to broadcast India vs Australia 1st T20 live, namely, Sony SIX, Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 3.

  • Sony LIV will live stream IND vs AUS 1st T20 live from Australia.
  • India vs Australia 1st T20 will be Played on 4 DEC 2020
  • IND vs AUS 2020 1st T20 matches Will begin at 1:40 PM.
  • India vs Australia 2020 1st T20 will be played at Manuka Oval

India vs Australia 1st T20 Match Venue:

Friday, December 4: 1st T20 India vs Australia, Manuka Oval
Sunday, December 6: 2nd T20 India vs Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground
Wednesday, December 8: 3rd T20 India vs Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground

How can fans watch IND vs AUS 1st T20 live broadcast for free?

India’s national sports broadcaster, DD Sports will live telecast India vs Australia 1st T20 for free on Dec 4, Thursday. DD National will also broadcast the IND vs AUS series live starting.

Airtel postpaid and Jio subscribers can watch the IND vs AUS 1st T20 live on Airtel Stream and Jio TV platforms, respectively.

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