India vs Australia

India vs Australia :  When is India and Australia? THIS World Cup clash will be held on Sunday, June 9. face India in a heavyweight World Cup clash at The Oval. The Aussies are the defending champions, whilst Virat Kohli’s side will be keen to avenge their painful defeat in the 2015 semi-finals.

The Oval in South London hosts the massive fixture.

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Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? YOU can catch this game live on Sky Sports Cricket.

Coverage will begin at 10am. Play gets underway at 10.30am local time.

Over a week in to the 2019 Cricket World Cup, and we finally get a clash between two of the pre-tournament favourites. And this has got classic written all over it. One of India or Australia will walk away from The Oval today with a CWC loss to their name, and we can’t pick which it’s going to be. We’d advise making Sunday plans to watch this one – that’s why we’ve created this guide for getting an India vs Australia live stream, regardless of where you are in the world.

Winners of this competition in 1983 and 2011, India arrived late to the 2019 tournament to recover from another intense IPL. But Virat Kohli’s men looked no-less fresh for that, with a stonking win over South Africa in their first game. The awesome Rohit Sharma scored an outstanding century that day, while Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling brilliance showed why he has risento the top of the world rankings in this format.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) wrote to the ICC seeking permission to keep the symbol on Dhoni’s gloves but their request was turned down by cricket’s governing body.

Coming to the match, India are heading into the game as the favourites against a strong Australian side led by Aaron Finch. The Aussies will be playing their third game after defeating Afghanistan and West Indies in their first two encounters while India outclassed South Africa in their tournament opener.

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