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Australia v India: How to watch, TV channel, start time, head-to-head stats and team news

Having won five out of five at the T20 World Cup Australia looked nailed-on as semi-finalists, only to suffer a 21-run loss to Afghanistan last time out which leaves them in a tight spot ahead of their crucial Super 8 clash with India in Saint Lucia.

The Baggy Greens know that even a win may not be enough to secure that last-four spot, with the Afghans taking on Bangladesh in their final Super 8 game in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Australia v India

How to watch Australia v India and TV channel

Australia v India will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event & Cricket in the UK.

All of the action from the T20 World Cup is also available to watch as part of bet365’s Live Sports Streaming service.

Australia v India start time, date and venue

Australia v India will take place at 15:30 BST on Monday 24th June at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia.

Australia v India stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Australia and India have met no fewer than 31 times in Twenty20 international cricket, with the Indians holding a 19-11 winning record, with one game having ended in a no result.

The recent record is very much in favour of India, who have won six of the last seven T20Is between the two sides.

The last time these two great rivals met at a T20 World Cup came back in 2016, when a semi-final spot was again on the line and India won by six wickets in Mohali to progress and eliminate Australia in the process.

Australia v India head-to-head record (H2H)

Australia wins

11

Ties/NR

1

India wins

19

*H2H stats refer to all T20 international meetings

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Australia v India team news

Australia team news

Left-arm spinner Ashton Agar was preferred to left-arm pace ace Mitchell Starc for the game against Afghanistan and he impressed by conceding just 17 runs from his four overs.

Conditions will dictate whether he retains his place, while there is unlikely to be any change to the batting order, despite a total collapse against the Afghans which saw the final seven wickets lost for just 56 runs.

India team news

India are unlikely to tinker with a side that has clinched victories by 47 runs over Afghanistan and 50 runs over Bangladesh in their Super 8 outings.

Left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav was not used in the initial group stage, but has taken five wickets in his two appearances in the Super 8, including 3-19 last time out against the Tigers.

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