The three-match T20I series between India and New Zealand will conclude on Tuesday. After the first two games, the men in blue have a 1-0 advantage. The third match, which will be played in Napier, will be one that both teams want to win. India wants to win the series, while the Kiwis want to level the series.
During the first two games, it was difficult for fans to watch the live broadcast, raising concerns about the equivalent. Because Rahul Dravid has been granted a sabbatical, VVS Laxman will take over as interim head coach for the white-ball tour to New Zealand. Laxman faces a challenging challenge.
After the team’s poor performance at the T20 World Cup, he will need to instill players with confidence. Team India will also play a three-match ODI series after the T20I series. It is interesting to note that neither Sony nor Star owns the tour’s rights.
DD Sports also owns the rights to broadcast each tour match. However, while some viewers can watch the match on DD Sports, others who are cricket fans are unable to do so.
The 3rd Twenty20 International between New Zealand and India will be live-streamed on the Amazon Prime app and website. Doordarshan Sports will be the only channel where you can watch this series. Sony Sports or Star Sports do not own the rights to broadcast the home matches of the New Zealand cricket team.
Men in Blue fans can watch the games live on DD Sports, just like they can during the away series against the West Indies. The events will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video. For the first time, the Indian men’s cricket team will participate in a live series on Amazon Prime Video.
Fans will need to purchase a subscription in order to watch live matches. This three-match series’ winner will be interesting. Both teams lost in the semifinals of the T20 World Cup 2022 earlier this month.
|Country||TV Channels and Live Streaming Platforms|
|India||DD Sports, Amazon Prime|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports NZ|
|United States||Willow TV, Disney+ Hotstar, ESPN+|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports|
|Sri Lanka||Dialog TV, Peo TV|