India vs New Zealand WTC Final 2021 Live Telecast: The SportsRush presents before you the timing and live streaming details of the WTC Final 2021.
The final match of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship will commence between India and New Zealand in Southampton from tomorrow to culminate a two-year long competition.
Set to be played at a neutral venue at Ageas Bowl, the match has it in it to test both the teams across divisions especially after considering the number of high-quality players taking part in it.
Coming on the back of a 1-0 series victory against England last week, New Zealand would be banking on the confidence of having already played a couple of Test matches in England. India, on the other hand, will be hoping to make the most of their intra-squad match simulations in the absence of official first-class matches as warm-up games.
📸 📸 How’s that for a Team Picture ahead of the #WTC21 Final! 👌 👌
— BCCI (@BCCI) June 17, 2021
As things stand, both the teams are due for taking tough decisions with respect to their bowling combinations. The final selections to the Playing XI might also affect batting lineups especially late middle-order of both the teams.
India vs New Zealand WTC Final 2021 Live Telecast Channel in UK and Australia
The final match of the Test Championship will be televised around the globe on different television channels. Therefore, fans sitting in any corner of the world will be able to follow the historic contest this week.
Fans is UK who won’t be able to watch the match from inside the stadium will have the option of following it on Sky Sports Cricket. Australian fans, on the other hand, will be able to watch the match on the tried and tested Fox Sports.
While fans in New Zealand will also be able to follow the match on Sky Sports, fans in USA and Canada will have to switch to Willow TV. In the Caribbean and Sub-Saharan Africa, the Southampton Test will be televised on Flow Sports and Supersport respectively.
UK – Sky Sports Cricket (TV channel) and Sky Go and Now (Digital streaming).
Australia – Fox Sports (TV channel) and Kayo (Digital streaming).
New Zealand – Sky Sports (TV channel) and skysportnow (Digital streaming).
USA – Willow (TV channel) and Hotstar, ESPN+ (Digital streaming).
Canada – Willow (TV channel) and Hotstar (Digital streaming).
Caribbean – Flow Sports (TV channel) and Flow Sports (Digital streaming).
Sub-Saharan Africa – Supersport (TV channel) and DStv (Digital streaming).