How to watch every India cricket series live in Australia

There are a few viewing options to watch cricketing giant India's matches played outside of Australia.

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India has the second largest population in the world and cricket is the number 1 sport. There are lots of people from the subcontinent sprawled across the globe, eager to watch cricket. Each country has different ways to watch India matches.

Luckily there are a few different streaming options in Australia. Some matches won't be available to watch live but the majority are. You can catch India on both live stream and TV. Here are all of your options to see Virat Kohli and the team play.

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India cricket schedule

Date Match Time (AEDT) Where to watch
Monday, 18 October India vs England 1:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Wednesday, 20 October India vs Australia 9:00 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Monday, 25 October India vs Pakistan 1:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Monday, 1 November India vs New Zealand 1:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Thursday, 4 November India vs Afghanistan 1:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel

Watch India's T20 World Cup bid on Kayo Sports

Kayo Sports has over 50 sports for you to choose from, including loads of cricket. The current men's Twenty20 World Cup is no exception.

As Australia's first solely dedicated sports streaming service. Kayo isn't limited to what it can show. That's great news for Indian cricket fans as it's the most likely service to broadcast India matches. Kayo has all of Australia's cricket and the IPL.

A subscription to Kayo costs $25/month for the Basic subscription. This will give you access to watch from two separate devices at once. Otherwise there's the Premium subscription for $35/month and another device. You can test it out with this 14-day free trial.

Kayo also has several different special features for viewers to use. There's a Key Moments Timeline that skips ahead to the best bits, SplitView (watch four events at once), No Spoilers and Kayo Minis, which are a special condensed version of matches.

You can stream Kayo from almost any device. Watch from PCs/Macs, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4, PS5, Android TV and Telstra TV. For more information see our Kayo Sports review.

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Watch India cricket matches on Foxtel iQ

Foxtel iQ is the only way you can get sport in 4K quality. While that's awesome, the price is not, especially if you're only keen to watch India matches. New customers need to add on the Sports HD channels for $25/month.

However, new customers may be able to find a Foxtel iQ deal. There's a huge catch with Foxtel that you can't just get the sports channels and you must also have the base Foxtel Plus package, which is $49/month.

So to just watch India cricket series you'd be paying huge money at $74/month. You would at least become part of the Foxtel First loyalty program and get access to Foxtel GO. However, you can just get the exact same channels on their own with Kayo Sports.

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Stream India cricket matches on Foxtel Now

If you want to ditch a set-top box for streaming, but remain with Foxtel, then Foxtel Now could suit. Again there's that pesky issue of not solely being able to have the Sport pack for $29/month. This time the base Essentials pack costs less at $25/month, which is at least cheaper than iQ.

Foxtel Now can be watched from PCs/Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast/Airplay, PS4, Telstra TV, Android TV and the Foxtel Now box. New customers are offered a 10-day free trial and once more you'll have access to Foxtel GO.

Can I watch India cricket matches on free-to-air TV?

The only time you can watch India on free-to-air is if they're touring Australia or playing against Australia in a World Cup. Given the fact that Australian cricket matches outside of Australia aren't shown on free-to-air TV except The Ashes, this shouldn't be a surprise.

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