The ICC World Test Championship Final starting on June 18 will see India will take on New Zealand at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton, United Kingdom.
India, ranked 2, takes on the No.1 Test side New Zealand in the ICC World Test Championship Final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton from 18 June to 22 June at 10:00hrs GMT every day.
Fans can catch the action live on their television and find out who will take the ICC Test Championship Mace home alongside the prize money of $ 1.6 million.
The World Test Championship live streaming and TV broadcast plans are headlined by Star Sports, providing Indian fans with the option to choose between five languages: Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.
The fans from India will also be able to digitally live stream the World Test Championship match on Disney+ Hotstar. The final in Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka will also be broadcasted by Star Sports.
For fans outside India: Live Streaming
In other Asian countries, the match will be broadcast live on Gazi TV in Bangladesh, RTA Sport in Afghanistan, and Etisalat – CricLife in UAE.
The ICC has partnered with Sky Sports in New Zealand, Fox Sports in Australia, Supersport in Sub-Saharan Africa, and Sky Sports in the UK for the live telecast. Fans in the US and Canada have an array of options to choose from like Hotstar and Willow TV with ESPN+ exclusively for the US while Flow Sports will broadcast in the Caribbean.
In places where the ICC does not have a broadcast partner for this event, the match will be streamed live on the new ICC.tv platform. Fans can register to watch the match for free on the website www.icc.tv or download the app on the App Store and Google Play store.