IND vs AUS: When is the final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023?
Last time an IND vs AUS final took place was in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003.
India and Australia will clash in the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The title clash will happen on November 19, 2023, and will be played at the Narendra Modi International Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad in front of 1,30,000 people.
India’s journey into the finals has been an impressive one. They won all their 9 league stage matches, men in blue were barely tested by the opposition. India dominated in their matches and didn’t even let their opponents cross 200 five times. They even won the semi-final match against New Zealand in Mumbai in a one-sided contest.
Australia, on the other hand, had a bit of difficulty qualifying for the semis. They lost their first two league matches to India and South Africa. But then they won their remaining seven games on the trot. This included the thrilling encounter against Afghanistan in Mumbai, where they were 91/7, chasing 292. Australia then defeated South Africa in the second semi-final in Kolkata by three wickets in another thrilling encounter.
And now Australia and India will clash in a re-match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 finals.
IND vs AUS final, World Cup 2023: When and at what time is the match?
India vs Australia match will be played on Sunday, October 19. India vs Australia match will be played at 12:00 pm IST.
IND vs AUS final, World Cup 2023: Where is the match?
India vs Australia match will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.
IND vs AUS final, World Cup 2023: Where and how to watch?
The live telecast of the India vs Australia match can be watched on all Star Sports Network channels. The India vs Australia match live-streaming can be watched on the Disney+ Hotstar app and website.
Here are the live-streaming details of the IND vs AUS final, World Cup 2023:
India- Star Sports and Disney+ Hotstar
Pakistan- PTV Sports
Australia- 9Now and Fox Sports
US and Canada– ESPN+
UK- Sky Sports and My5
New Zealand– Sky Sport and Sky Go