A high-stakes game between Australia and the West Indies is set to take place this afternoon in Abu Dhabi. While the West Indies stand no chance of qualifying for the 2021 T20 World Cup semi-finals, Australia will aim to win this match by a decent margin and reserve their place in the next round.
Fans watched an exciting 5-game Australia v Antilles T20I series earlier this year in the Caribbean, where the Men in Maroon emerged victorious 4-1. The West Indies will want to bid farewell to Dwayne Bravo by ending their 2021 T20 World Cup campaign with a win.
However, it is important that Australia win today because if they lose South Africa can overtake them on the points table by beating England in Sharjah.
Australia vs West Indies: India TV Broadcasting Channel List
As mentioned before, the Australia vs West Indies match is of utmost importance in the race to the semifinals of the 2021 T20 World Cup. Here is the full list of broadcast channels in India for this fixture:
India – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 Hindi HD, Disney + Hotstar (live stream)
Australia vs West Indies: List of TV Broadcasting Channels in USA, England, Australia, United Arab Emirates and Canada
Dwayne Bravo will play his last game for the West Indies today. With him, big names like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell and David Warner will be in action in the Australia vs West Indies match. Here are all the details of the TV broadcast and live broadcast for other parts of the world:
we – Willow TV
Caribbean – ESPN
South Africa – SuperSport
United Arab Emirates – Orbit Showtime Network (OSN), OSN.com and www.wavo.com (live broadcast)
Pakistan – PTV Sports, Asports
Sri Lanka – Siyatha TV, Star Sports
Australia – Foxtel, Kayo Sports (live broadcast)
Bangladesh – Gazi TV, T Sports, BTV
England – Sky Sports, Sky Sports NOW (Live Stream)
New Zealand – Sport Sky
Nepal – Star sports
Canada – Willow TV and ESPN +
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It will be interesting to see if Dwayne Bravo can play a winning role for his team in their final game.