West Indies vs Australia 1st ODI Live Telecast Channel: The SportsRush presents before you the timing and live streaming details of the first WI vs AUS ODI.
Australia’s tour of West Indies is all set to move to its second leg in the form of a three-match ODI series which will be played in Bridgetown, Barbados, from today. Due to a difference in time zones, the match will be played on July 20 in the Caribbean, USA and England and on July 21 in India, Australia and New Zealand.
The last time West Indies and Australia had taken part in a bilateral ODI series against each other was during West Indies’ tour of Australia in 2013. Their last bilateral series in the Caribbean dates back to 2012 when a five-match series resulted in a 2-2 draw.
Talking about their last ODI against each other at the Kensington Oval, West Indies had hosted Australia in the final match of West Indies Tri-Nation Series in 2016.
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) July 19, 2021
Out of the six ODI against Australia at this venue, West Indies have only won a couple of matches with their last victory coming under former captain Jimmy Adams in 1999.
West Indies vs Australia 1st ODI Live Telecast Channel in India and Australia
As has been the case during international cricket in West Indies and New Zealand in the last year or so, Australia’s tour of West Indies 2021 isn’t available on television channels in India either.
Having said that, streaming platform Fan Code is streaming the whole tour at a nominal price. Much like the recently concluded five-match T20I series between these two teams, fans won’t have the option of buying a pass only for the first match of the series.
Fans, who wish to buy a pass for the whole series (three ODIs), will have to pay INR 29 on the website or mobile application of FanCode. It is worth mentioning that the same is a 50% discounted price.
As far as the fans in Australia are concerned, they will be able to watch Barbados ODIs on their televisions on Fox Cricket (Foxtel) and will be able to stream it on Kayo.
While fans in the UK and USA will have to put on BT Sport and ESPN+ respectively on their televisions for this series, local fans in the Caribbean will be able to follow this series on Flow Sports.
Date – 20/07/2021 (England, West Indies and USA) and 21/07/2021 (India and Australia).
Match start Time – 12:00 AM (India), 04:30 AM (Australia) and 02:30 PM (local).
TV Channel – Not available (India), Fox Cricket (Australia), ESPN+ (USA), BT Sport (UK) and Flow Sports (Caribbean).
Online platform – FanCode (India), Flow Sports App (Caribbean), Kayo (Australia) and West Indies YouTube Channel and Facebook (All other countries).