After a landslide loss to the West Indies in the T20 Series, Australia are hoping to turn things around in the upcoming One-Day Internationals which begin Wednesday, July 21 at 4.30am AEST.
2021 West Indies vs Australia Cricket Tour
T20 dates: July 10, July 11, July 13, July 15 and July 17 at 9:30 a.m. AEST
ODI dates: July 21, July 23 and July 25 at 4:30 a.m. AEST
T20 coming: Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in Saint Lucia
ODI location: Kensington Oval in Barbados
Australia are currently ranked third in the International Cricket Council’s ODI rankings, while the West Indies sit eighth, but those numbers don’t mean much if the Down Under team can’t shine under the sun. of the Caribbean.
The one-day format plays to Australia’s strengths, although the team will have to start without captain Aaron Finch, who injured his knee in the last T20 game. Alex Carey has been named Australia’s starting captain, while Finch’s injury will continue to be assessed every day.
The Australians narrowly avoided a T20 sweep through the West Indies, ultimately losing the series 4-1. Mitchell Marsh was however in the best shape of his career and stood out as a particular success in both batting and bowling – he will return for the ODIs.
Australia and the West Indies will play three ODIs in Barbados starting Wednesday, July 21 at 4.30am AEST. Below we have the full matches and how you can watch it live in Australia.
West Indies vs Australia Live: How to watch Australia
Australia’s West Indies tour continues with three ODI matches, but Australian fans keen to watch have an early start ahead of them. You will need to get up at 4.30am AEST to watch the matches, each airing on July 21, 23 and 25.
Foxtel has the exclusive rights to the matches, so you will be able to watch the matches on Foxtel’s Fox Cricket, or if you are a subscriber it will also be available on Foxtel now. Each match will also be on You play sports, and it’s probably the best streaming option if you’re a die-hard sports fan.
If you want to purchase a subscription, the basic level on Kayo gives you access to over 50 sports streamed simultaneously on two screens for just AU $ 25 per month. If you think you’ll be watching on more devices, the AU $ 35 premium tier allows three simultaneous streams. There is no blocking contract, so you are free to cancel at any time. Kayo also comes with a 14-day free trial, so you can try the service for yourself at no cost.
How to watch West Indies vs Australia Online from Anywhere
If you’re outside of Australia and still want to connect to matches, you’ll quickly find that online access is geo-blocked. To work around this problem – and assuming it complies with the T & Cs of the broadcaster in question – you can download and use a VPN.
How to use a VPN:
1. Download and install a VPN: as they say, our first choice is ExpressVPN
2. Log in to the appropriate server location: open the VPN app, tap “choose location” and select the appropriate location
3. Access the live stream from the broadcaster: so if you’re an Aussie abroad just head over to Kayo and stream like you’re back home