Watch India vs Bangladesh Test cricket series live and free
World number 1 in Tests, India will host Bangladesh in a 2-match series. The series counts towards the ICC World Test Championship.
India are challenging themselves like nobody ever has before, with maybe the most stacked T20, ODI and Test schedule of all time. Next up for the Indians is a 2-match series at home against Bangladesh after the pair recently contested 3 T20Is.
Bangladesh have been in world cricket news for mostly the wrong reasons as of late. A political issue between the playing group and the board led to a threat to halt all cricket activities.
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After this was resolved captain Shakib Al Hasan was banned for failing to report that he was approached multiple times for match fixing. Bangladesh were able to somewhat leave the controversy behind after defeating India in a T20.
Now though is a different story as India are number one in Tests and at home are formidable as anything. India haven't lost a Test match at home since Australia won back in February 2017.
When is India vs Bangladesh?
The first Test between India and Bangladesh begins on 14 November at 3pm AEDT. If all 5 days are needed it will run through to 18 November. The match will take place at Holkar Stadium, Indore.
Then the second Test will be held over 22–27 November. That Test match is set to overlap with the Australia vs Pakistan and New Zealand vs England Test series. Fortunately with the time differences both of those matches will be at stumps before a ball is bowled.
The first delivery of the second Test is set for 6:30pm AEDT at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Excitingly the second Test is a day/night match, which will be the first ever for India and Bangladesh.
How to watch India vs Bangladesh Test cricket series live and free
You can watch the entire India vs Bangladesh Test series on Fox Sports via both Kayo Sports and Foxtel. While both are capable options, one choice is superior for streaming cricket, especially if you're a new customer.
Watch India vs Bangladesh on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports is the best way to watch the India vs Bangladesh Test series. Kayo has over 50 sports in total and several unique viewing features for subscribers. Plus there's loads of cricket content.
Other than all the international Test series mentioned above there's also the Marsh One-Day Cup, BBL, WBBL, IPL, all Australian Test matches, T20Is and ODIs. There's a heap of shows too such as Kohli & Gilly and An Aussie Goes Bolly just to name a few.
You can watch immediately with a 14-day free trial. Once this is exhausted, continue on with a package costing $25/month or $35/month. The difference between the two packs is that the more expensive option gives you an extra device, for a total of three to stream from.
Kayo is compatible with iOS and Android devices, laptops and PCs, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast, Airplay and Android TV.
If you're a cricket junkie then SplitView is perfect as it allows you to watch four sports at once. This is essential for when there are several international series occurring at the same time. You can read up on the rest of Kayo's special features in our full review.
Watch India vs Bangladesh on Foxtel iQ
Existing Foxtel customers can simply tune to the FOX CRICKET channel. If you don't already have the sports subscription you can now add on the Sports HD bundle for $25/month.
Foxtel has recently raised its prices and changed its iQ packages. This comes right after it also introduced its first ever loyalty program, Foxtel First. So new customers you'll have to keep an eye out for a Foxtel iQ deal.
The recent new package structure has seen the standard price blow out to $74/month. That's as you need the Sport pack for $25/month and the mandatory Foxtel Plus pack for $49/month. Though right now you can find that particular bundle for $50/month with Foxtel from Telstra. All subscribers also get access to Foxtel GO so you can watch content from anywhere.
Watch India vs Bangladesh on Foxtel Now
Foxtel Now is Foxtel's digital streaming service. Again you can't just get the sports content alone, the only way you can do so is with Kayo Sports. For a Foxtel Now bundle that includes sport you'll have to pay $54/month at minimum.
That's as you need the base Essentials pack for $25/month. You can watch Foxtel Now on a range of devices, which you can find in our guide. Again like Foxtel iQ you get access to Foxtel GO so you aren't as limited in your viewing options.
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