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The summer of cricket has kicked off with the hotly anticipated Australia v India Test series, and the early signs are that it is set to be every bit as enthralling as it promised. India is the number one ranked Test team and number two in ODI’s and T20I’s while Australia is ranked between fourth and sixth in each format, but the home ground advantage is a significant one and should see three close series’. The Aussies will still be missing former captain Steve Smith and former vice-captain David Warner, but with a world-class bowling lineup and conditions likely to suit them, they will feel confident in their ability to challenge the talented Indian side.
Foxtel will be the home of Cricket in Australia this season, sharing broadcasting duties for the Test series with Network Seven and exclusively airing the ODI and T20I matchups – for this summer and at least five more to come after signing a new broadcast deal just a few months ago. The best way to catch all the action is to sign up to Foxtel from Telstra, which will enable you to catch each and every delivery throughout the summer including the matches not available on free to air. Alternatively, if you’re after more flexibility in the way you watch, Foxtel Now from Telstra or Kayo Sports could be the way to go. With the 14 days Kayo Sports free trial you have the option of watching the Australia v India 2018 cricket online at home using Apple TV, Telstra TV, or Chromecast, and if you’re out and about you can stream Australia vs India directly to an eligible mobile device.