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How to watch India vs Australia ODI series 2023 live online in Australia


Both teams will make final preparations before the World Cup.

SUMMARY: The India vs Australia ODI series is exclusive Fox Cricket, meaning you can watch via Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports and Foxtel iQ. New customers can watch for free using Foxtel Now's 10-day trial or Kayo's 7-day trial.

In one of the last hit outs for both teams before the ICC ODI World Cup, India and Australia will face off in a 3 match series.

The teams go into the series ranked #2 and #3 in the ODI format respectively.

India vs Australia ODI series schedule

The 3-game ODI series starts on Friday 22 September at 6pm AEST, taking place at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali.

  • India vs Australia - Game 1 - Friday 22 September at 6pm (AEST)
  • India vs Australia - Game 2 - Sunday 24 September at 6pm (AEST)
  • India vs Australia - Game 3 - Wednesday 27 September at 6pm (AEST)

How to watch India vs Australia ODI series live in Australia

Since the series is exclusive to Fox Cricket, you'll need a subscription to either Foxtel Now, Kayo or Foxtel iQ to watch the games.

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Stream India vs Australia ODI series on Foxtel Now

If you choose to stream the India vs Australia ODI series with Foxtel Now, new customers can get a 10-day free trial.

That means you could watch the entire India vs Australia ODI series at no cost.

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Foxtel Now has plenty of other sports, such as the NRL and AFL finals.

Foxtel Now also comes with entertainment options.

After your free trial, you'll need the Sport pack to continue watching games. It'll cost you $54 a month.

You can watch Foxtel Now on iOS and Android devices, Mac and PC, Telstra TV, PlayStation, selected smart TVs or via Chromecast.

To watch India vs Australia on Foxtel iQ, you will need to subscribe to the Sports HD pack for $77 a month.

Despite being pricier, Foxtel iQ offers users access to 4K sports broadcasts and entertainment content.

Live stream India vs Australia on Kayo

If you haven't tried it yet, Kayo has a 7-day free trial.

You'll be then able to stream the India vs Australia ODIs for $0, plus watch all of Kayo's special features such as Key Moments, which allows you to jump straight to wickets or boundaries.

But you'd better hurry if you want to take advantage of a free trial with Kayo, as it will no longer be available from 26 September 2023.

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The India vs Australia ODI series is live and ad-free during play and on demand on Kayo.

Kayo also features plenty of ODI cricket action including the local Australian domestic competitions the WNCL and Marsh Cup, plus every game of the upcoming ICC World Cup.

Once your free trial is up, subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 a month for a single stream plus access to over 50 sports.

India vs Australia ODI series preview

With the ICC World Cup less than 2 weeks after the start of this India vs Australia series, both teams will use it to tinker and trial to get their line-ups right before the big show.

For India, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are being rested for the first 2 games of this series, while Australia will have the return of Pat Cummins, Steven Smith and Mitchell Starc.

The teams have had mixed fortunes in the lead up to the series.

India has come off winning the Asia Cup, thrashing Sri Lanka in the final.

Australia meanwhile started strongly in their ODI series against South Africa, but ended up losing 3 games in a row and eventually the series.
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These 2 sides last met for a ODI series only back in March 2023, which Australia won 2-1.

But being on a home deck and the fact that they've been in better form in their ODIs, we reckon India should be able to take this series.

Want more cricket after India vs Australia? Check out our guide to streaming cricket.

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