How to watch Australia vs India 3rd ODI cricket match live and free in Australia

Posted: 2 December 2020 3:21 pm
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Australia is shooting for a series clean sweep as it hosts India in the third ODI in Canberra. Here's how to watch in Australia.

SUMMARY: Australia vs India ODI series is exclusive to Fox Cricket. So unless you're already an existing Foxtel customer, your best option is to watch live on Kayo Sports. You can watch for free using this 14-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

Aaron Finch's Aussies scored runs for fun in the opening two ODIs in Sydney. Super-bat Steve Smith starred with back-to-back centuries in dominant team totals of 6-374 and 4-389, the latter Australia's highest ODI total ever at the SCG.

India was able to contribute to the run-fests by passing 300 in both chases, but still came up well short in 66 and 51-run losses respectively. They will be motivated to avoid a clean sweep in Canberra although both teams are likely to experiment with their selections.

When is India vs Australia 3rd ODI?

Game 3 gets underway at picturesque Manuka Oval at 2.40pm AEDT on Wednesday 2 December. Fans will likely be hoping both teams can stick to their over rate so that this game finishes on time unlike the first two.

How to watch India vs Australia 3rd ODI match

This battle of cricketing heavyweights will not be shown on free-to-air television. All three matches are exclusive to Fox Cricket. So your options here are Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports. Kayo is the only way to get Fox Sports without Foxtel. You can see a full breakdown in our Australia vs India ODI series guide.

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Watch Australia vs India ODI series on Kayo Sports

Kayo currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. The platform has access to more than 50 sports, so you can catch this match and much more for no cost during the trial period.

Every Australia vs India fixture over the coming summer will also have Hindi commentary available.

We have put together a full Kayo review for you. Subscriptions for Kayo are $25/month for the Basic option, where you can watch games on 2 screens or devices. The Premium option is $10 more per month and gives you 3 screens.

Kayo also has a number of special viewing features, such as Kayo Minis. Available shortly after matches have completed, you can then watch a condensed version. Other features include SplitView, where you can watch 4 sports at once, Interactive Stats and a Key Moments Timeline.

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The platform is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay.

India vs Australia live stream on Foxtel Now

Foxtel Now is another alternative for streaming sports via the Internet. To set it up, you must have the Essentials pack for $25/month and the Sport pack for an additional $29/month. So for $54/month, you can watch these great cricketing rivals square off. There's also a special running until 6 December that allows you to score a big discount on Foxtel Now.

You can stream Foxtel Now from the Foxtel Now box, PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4 and Telstra TV. Your subscription also allows you to stream via the Foxtel GO app and there's a 10-day free trial for new customers.

Australia vs India Game 3 teams

Australia: Aaron Finch, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Moises Henriques, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Sean Abbott, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

India: Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, K.L. Rahul, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumbrah, T. Natarajan

India vs Australia preview

Star Australia batsman David Warner (groin) and quick Pat Cummins (rested) will miss this match, which meant at least two changes in the starting XI. Australia have also opted for another change with paceman Mitchell Starc out of the side.

Cameron Green will make his international debut for Australia with Ashton Agar and Sean Abbott also returning to the ODI side.

While in India's team camp they will also have a player on debut in T Natarajan. The left arm paceman is one of four changes to the XI. Joining him will be opener Shubman Gill, Shardul Thakur and spinner Kuldeep Yadav.

While the Aussie's team changes likely helps India's chances but we are tipping Australia to maintain the rage and complete a 3-0 series drubbing.

The hosts play extremely well in their own conditions and have quality, hungry squad players ready to step up and perform.

Cricket fans should also catch a glimpse of India megastar Virat Kohli while they can. The touring captain is playing in the ODI and Twenty20 series and only the first of four Tests before heading home for the birth of his first child.

For more information on sports streaming you can see a comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel here. You can also check out our guide to ODI cricket for more information. Otherwise check out new sports streaming platform DAZN.

Updated 3:20pm: We added in the confirmed teams for the 3rd ODI and extended our Australia vs India preview based on the changes to XI's.

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