Where to watch IND vs AUS on TV and live streaming?

After suffering a narrow defeat in Guwahati, Team India will be hoping to bounce back and pull off a series-clinching victory over Australia in the fourth T20I.

The ongoing T20I series has witnessed two final-ball thrillers, won by India and Australia in Visakhapatnam and Guwahati respectively, separated by a one-sided 44-run win that the Men in Blue registered in Thiruvananthapuram.

India were favourites to go 3-0 up on Tuesday at Guwahati’s Barsapara Stadium after Ruturaj Gaikwad’s blistering 123 not out in just 57 deliveries helped them post a daunting 222/3 on the board despite getting off to a slow start.

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Australia were then staring at another big defeat after losing the wickets of Marcus Stoinis and Tim David in quick succession to be reduced to 134/5 in the 14th over.

All-rounder Glenn Maxwell, however, refused to give up even as wickets tumbled at the other end, and kept the Aussies in the hunt with a flurry of boundaries, and would unleash even more destruction in his match-winning fifth-wicket stand with Matthew Wade that was ultimately worth 91 runs.

Maxwell would go on to smash a 47-ball ton — the joint-fastest by an Australian in T20Is — and helped Australia go over the line by the narrowest of margins after they were left needing 43 to win in the last two overs. The ‘Big Show’ would fittingly hit the winning runs off Prasidh Krishna, who went wicketless for 68 runs, off the last ball of the chase to sign off from the lengthy tour of India on a happy note.

The Aussies, however, will be fielding a depleted team in the remainder of the series with Maxwell along with several other World Cup winners flying back home for a well-deserved break ahead of the start of their home summer. As for the Men in Blue, they will be bolstered by the return of Shreyas Iyer, who will take over as vice-captain for the last two games.

In our build-up to the penultimate match of the series, we present to you details pertaining to live coverage along with the date, venue, etc:

Before the third T20I gets underway, here’s everything you need to know as far as tuning into its live coverage is concerned:

When is India vs Australia 4th T20I?

India vs Australia 4th T20I match will be played on Friday, 1 December, 2023.

Where is the India vs Australia 4th T20I being played?

The 4th T20I between India and Australia will be played at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Stadium in Raipur, Chattisgarh.

What time does the India vs Australia 4th T20I start?

India vs Australia 4th T20I will begin at 7:00 pm. The toss will take place at 6:30 pm.

Which TV channel will broadcast the India vs Australia 4th T20I?

India vs Australia 4th T20I will be shown live on Sports18 and Colors Cineplex TV channels.

Where to live stream India vs Australia 4th T20I?

Live streaming of the India vs Australia 4th T20I will be available on Jio Cinema.

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