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India vs England Women’s T20I Series Live Streaming Details: Where to Watch Ind vs Eng?

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The much-anticipated India vs England Women’s T20I series is set to kick off on December 6, promising an exciting cricketing spectacle. The series, comprising three T20Is scheduled for December 6, 9, and 10, will unfold at the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. All matches are slated to commence at 7 PM IST, providing fans with evening cricketing action.

In the shortest format, the Indian and English women’s teams have crossed paths 27 times, with England emerging victorious in 20 encounters, while India secured triumphs in seven. In the last ten face-offs, India have displayed commendable performances, claiming victory four times. With the series being hosted on home turf, India aim to leverage the advantage of familiar conditions and passionate home support.

The clash will witness leadership battles between England’s Heather Knight and India’s Harmanpreet Kaur, adding an extra layer of excitement for fans. The matches will not only be an on-field spectacle but will also be accessible to a global audience through various broadcasting platforms.

India vs England Women’s T20I Live Streaming

For UK viewers, TNT Sports has been confirmed as the official broadcaster, with matches available for streaming on the Discovery+ app. In India, fans can catch every ball on Jio Cinema and FanCode app and website, with Sports18 1 and Sports18 1 HD airing the tour for television audiences.

For international viewers, Supersport in South Africa and Fox Sports and Kayo in Australia will be broadcasting the series, ensuring global cricket enthusiasts don’t miss out on the action. The commentary team, featuring Reshmin Chowdhury, Alex Hartley, and Lydia Greenway, promises an engaging viewing experience for fans worldwide.

United KingdomTNT Sports, Discovery+ app
IndiaJio Cinema, FanCode app and website, Sports18 1, Sports18 1 HD
South AfricaSupersport
AustraliaFox Sports, Kayo

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