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How to watch India vs Australia fourth Test live in Australia

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India need a win to ensure their place in the Test Championship final.

SUMMARY: The India vs Australia Test 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.

Australia managed to bounce back in the third Test after losing the first 2 Tests vs India.

Now Australia would be hoping to level the series as their place in the World Test Championship final is now confirmed.

When is the IND vs AUS fourth Test?

The fourth and final India vs Australia Test starts on Thursday 9 March from 3pm AEDT at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.

How to watch IND vs AUS fourth Test live in Australia

The India vs Australia Test series is exclusive to Fox Cricket, meaning you'll need a subscription to either Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ or Foxtel Now to watch.

That way, you won't miss a minute of the Test series or any of Australia's tour of India as it unfolds.

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Stream IND vs AUS on Foxtel Now

If you choose to stream with Foxtel Now, new customers can get a 10-day free trial.

That means you could watch the entire fourth Test plus catch the first 2 India vs Australia one-day internationals at no cost.

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No installation and no lock-in contract. New customers only. Sign up now.

Foxtel Now has plenty of other cricket such as the Pakistan Super League and the New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Test series.

There are lots of other sports to watch too, including the NRL and the NBL finals.

Foxtel Now also comes with entertainment options, allowing you to watch hit shows such as The Last of Us, which has its season 1 finale on Monday.

After your free trial, for sports content, you'll need the Sport pack, which is $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 need the Sports HD pack for a total monthly bill of $74.

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

Live stream India vs Australia fourth Test on Kayo Sports

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

If you are yet to try it, Kayo has a 7-day free trial.

You can then stream the fourth Test for nothing, plus you also get to watch with all of Kayo's special features, such as Key Moments, which allows you to jump straight to wickets or boundaries.

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India vs Australia fourth Test preview

Australia performed a stunning turnaround in the third Test to win by a commanding 9 wickets.

It was only India's third loss in a home Test in 10 years, and the first time Australia have won in India since 2017.

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On the bowling front, a 5-wicket haul from Matthew Kuhnemann in the first innings helped restrict India to a small total.

Then in India's second innings, Nathan Lyon became the only visiting bowler to claim 8 wickets in an innings twice.

With the win in the third Test, Australia have secured their spot in the ICC World Test Championship final in June.

India now have to win this fourth Test to ensure their place too, otherwise their fate will be dependent on how Sri Lanka perform in their series in New Zealand.

As back-to-back losses at home are such a rarity for India, having only happened 4 times in the past 40 years, we think they will bounce back and win here, setting up a repeat match against Australia in the Test Championship final.

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