India vs Australia 2019: When and where to watch, live streaming, telecast details and fixtures
After a tidy home season, Australia are set to begin their Asian journey, with the first destination being India. The Kangaroos will visit India for a limited-overs tour between February 24 and March 13, 2019.
As per schedule, both teams will go head-to-head in seven games comprising two T20I and five ODI games at seven different venues. All the fixtures will be played under the lights. Both T20I fixtures will begin at 19:00 hrs IST (00:30 hrs AEDT), and all ODIs will commence from 13:30 hrs IST (19:00 Hrs AEDT).
Both teams will begin their campaign with T20I series, and the opening fixture is scheduled to be hosted on February 24, at the Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam, followed by the second T20I game on February 27 at the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
After the conclusion of T20Is, they will clash in the five ODI matches scheduled between March 2, 2019, and March 13, 2019. India's first game home ODI game will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on March 2.
Then Nagpur will witness the second game on March 5 at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, three days before the Mahi show in third ODI at the JSCA International Stadium Complex Stadium in Ranchi on March 8.
After that, both teams will head to the north of the country, with the last two games to be staged on March 10 and 13 at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium (Mohali) and Feroz Shah Kotla (Delhi) respectively.
Australia tour of India 2019: Broadcast and Live Streaming
According to an official release by Star Sports, the series will be telecasted in five languages and have dedicated seven channels for the broadcast. The channels are Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 Hindi HD, Star Sports Tamil 1, Star Sports Telugu 1 and Star Sports Kannada 1.
For viewers in Australia, Fox Sports will telecast all games without ad breaks in HD, on FOX CRICKET and in 4K on Foxtel 4K (Channel 444). While streaming lovers can catch the action on Foxtel Now and Kayo app.
Meanwhile, to increase the telecast reach, Star will share the telecast feed with many other broadcasters around the globe including Super Sport - Channel S6 (South Africa), Sky Sports 2 - Channel 052 (New Zealand), Star Sports Network Subsidiaries (Sri Lanka, Bangladesh) and Sky Sports (UK). Online viewers can catch live action on Hotstar (Asia).