India did more than save face with their ODI win in Canberra to finish the series 2-1 down. Will the Manuka Oval prove a happy hunting ground as the tourists head into the T20Is in the final warm up before the Tests begin? Make sure you know how to watch an Australia vs India live stream wherever you are. Game 1; game on.
BT Sport has the right to air the Australia vs India T20I cricket in the UK. Anyone can enjoy the coverage with a £25 BT Sport monthly pass (opens in new tab), even non-BT customers. Those in the US can watch Australia vs India on Willow TV through Fubo or Sling TV. Fox Sports and Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) offer options in Australia and it's the Sony Pictures Sports Network (opens in new tab) across India. Don't forget to use a VPN (opens in new tab) when trying to watch access to your home live stream when travelling abroad.
Three Twenty20 internationals and four Tests remain between these two old cricketing rivals and the fans will be there to enjoy them. Game 1 and Game 2 of the T20Is will be at half capacity and the SCG could be a full house of 48,000 for the final game.
Coming off the back of the IPL, there should be plenty of T20 form from both teams. While Glenn Maxwell wasn't prolific in India, the Aussie looked good in the ODIs and will be itching to get swinging again.
The Indian bowling attack seems to have turned a corner too with paceman Jasprit Bumrah looking sharp in the final one-day game and some blistering IPL form that saw him haul 27 wickets for a 6.73 economy rate.
David Warner is out for the hosts, Pat Cummins will be rested and both Mitchel Starc and Marcus Stoinis are doubts. Matthew Wade or D’Arcy Short will likely step in at the top of the order with Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell and Ashton Agar further down.
Will 21-year-old Cameron Green get another turn with bat and ball after his less than stellar ODI debut? It seems likely.
The action begins at 8.10am GMT on Friday with the Game 2 and Game 3 on Sunday and Tuesday. Read on below to find out how you can catch every second of the Australia vs India T20I series wherever you are in the world.
Australia: Australia vs India T20I live stream
Fox Sports has the rights to air the Australia vs India T20I series in Australia.
You can also catch the T20I action – as well as a host of other sport – live and on-demand through Kayo Sports (opens in new tab). Kayo comes in at just AU$25 per month for access on two devices. There's also a 14-day free trial to check that you're happy with the service.
Be warned that not all VPNs work for Kayo Sports, if you're an Australian citizen trying to watch from abroad. Look out for a VPN service (opens in new tab) which offers a money back guarantee and leave plenty of time before kick-off to sort it out.
Get a free 14-day trial of Kayo Sports and watch the action free
(opens in new tab)Kayo Sports lets you live stream and catch up on over 50 sports – including the Australia vs India T20I series. You can choose a free 14-day trial of Basic ($25 a month) or Premium ($35 a month) and cancel at any time – there's no lock-in contract to worry about.
The Kayo app offers loads of clever features including SplitView, which lets you watch up to four different streams on the same window, plus interactive live stats and highlights clips.
Kayo Sports is only available in selected regions.
Fox Sports will also broadcast the match in Australia. Not a subscriber? The Foxtel Sports HD bundle (opens in new tab) will set you back around $74 a month and includes 50+ channels as well as Foxtel GO. Sign up (opens in new tab) for 12 months and you'll get the first month free.
Australia vs India T20I live stream from abroad using a VPN
US, UK and Australian citizens away from home or stuck abroad will need a VPN to access the their TV sports streams from outside their own countries. That means you can have a subscription to any of the services listed below, and watch wherever you are.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.
There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service such as NordVPN (opens in new tab).
Nord VPN from £2.86 per month (opens in new tab)
You can get three months free when you sign up to a two-year plan, bringing VPN access to six simultaneous smart devices including desktop computers, laptops, mobiles and tablets running Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android. Nord offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the match. When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.
UK: Australia vs India T20I live stream
Rights to show the Australia vs Inida T20I series in the UK belong to BT Sport and the good news is that you don't need to be a BT customer or BT broadband user to enjoy the action. Existing BT TV customers can add the BT Sport channels for as little as £7.50 per month.
Non-BT customers can buy a no-commitment BT Sport Monthly Pass for £25 and watch on any mobile device, tablet, laptop or any platform with the BT Sport app.
BT Sport Monthly Pass £25 (opens in new tab)
Watch cricket, football, rugby, UFC and much more for a whole month. It's full access to all the BT Sport channels including the 4K Ultimate broadcasts. Access on iOS, Android, Fire TV devices, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV and games consoles.
BT Sport for existing BT TV customers from £7.50 (opens in new tab)
Upgrading to all four BT Sport channels is no big deal if you’re already a BT customer. Those with BT TV already can access the channels for £7.50 per month for the first three months. BT Broadband customers can enjoy the BT Sport app and watch on the go for the same price.
Sky TV users can also add BT Sport to their existing package from £30 a month, but that will not include any 4K viewing. It's also worth looking out for bundled Sky Sports and BT Sport deals.
BT Sport for Sky TV customers from £30 per month (opens in new tab)
Sky TV customers can add the BT Sport channels to their TV package for £30 per month either as a 12-month agreement of a rolling one-month contract.
However you subscribe to BT Sport, though, you will get access to streams via the BT website and BT Sport app, so you can watch on the move within the UK or from abroad, using a VPN (opens in new tab).
US : Australia vs India T20I live stream
Cricket rights in the US belong to Willow TV and you can watch all of the Australia vs India T20I series for just $9.99 per month.
It's only available to those in US regions, so any US citizen stuck outside their own country during the second Test will need to use a VPN (opens in new tab) to get access.
Willow TV is available on a number of platforms including Sling TV (opens in new tab) and FuboTV (opens in new tab), both of which offer free trials. Well worth trying them out and catching a free week of the cricket at the same time.
South Africa: Australia vs India T20I live stream
SuperSport is the place to watch the cricket and most other sport in South Africa. The Australia vs India T20I coverage will be broadcast across SuperSport Cricket and SuperSport Grandstand from 11am.
Australia vs India T20I 2020 fixtures
Times are in GMT.
Friday 4th December - Game 1 from Manuka Oval, Canberra, 8.10am
Sunday 6th December - Game 2 from SCG, 8.10am
Tuesday 8th December - Game 3 ODI rom SCG, 8.10am