India tour of Australia Live Broadcast: The much-awaited India vs Australia series will be broadcasted Live by Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) in four different languages. The series will mark the return of Indian cricket team after their international activities were brought to a standstill due to the pandemic in March. The series will commence from November 27, 2020 and will be aired in four different languages. It will be broadcasted LIVE on SONY TEN 1 channels in English, SONY TEN 3 channels in Hindi and SONY SIX channels with English, Tamil and Telugu commentary.
Notably, the highly anticipated tour will be the first international cricket series for Virat Kohli’s team India after a gap of almost 9 months and comprises 3 ODI’s, 3 T20I’s and 4 Tests.
India tour of Australia: Where can fans watch the live-streaming of the series?
In 2017-18 Cricket Australia had signed a 6 years deal for all Live Broadcast and Live Streaming of the cricket played in Australia with Sony Pictures Sports Network. The deal will allow Sony to exclusively Live Stream the series on SonyLIV.
Cricket fans in the Indian Sub-Continent will have to subscribe to SonyLIV to enjoy the uninterrupted Live Streaming of the India vs Australia series on SonyLiv.com.
India tour of Australia: Who all are in the commentary panel?
Sanjay Manjrekar is making a comeback in the commentary box after being snubbed by BCCI for IPL 2020. Manjrekar has been contracted by Sony Pictures Network (SPN) to commentate on the forthcoming India tour of Australia.
Here are the commentators for the India vs Australia series:
English: Glenn McGrath and Nick Knight
English & Hindi: Ajit Agarkar, Sanjay Manjrekar, Harsha Bhogle, Murali Kartik, Ajay Jadeja
Hindi: Virender Sehwag, Mohammad Kaif, Vijay Dahiya, Vivek Razdan, Zaheer Khan
Tamil: T Arasu, Sheshadri Srinivasan, Vidhyut Sivaramakrishna, R Sathish, Naveen Shaur
Telugu: RJ Hemant, Vijay Mahavadi, Gnaneshwar Rao, C Venkatesh, Illendula Ramprasad
Presenters for the series: Harsha Bhogle and Arjun Pandit
India tour of Australia Schedule
Limited-over series schedule
The 3 ODIs will be played on November 27, 29 and December 2, followed by the T20Is on December 4, 6 and 8.
Test Series Schedule
The first Test is set to be played under lights from December 17 to 21 at the Adelaide Oval. The second is the Boxing Day Test which will be at the Melbourne Cricket Ground from December 26 to 30. The third Test will be at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 7 to 11 and the final Test at the Gabba from January 15 to 19.