India vs England 3rd ODI: When and Where to Watch Live Streaming

The series is currently locked at 1-1 and the third match will prove to be the decider.

Virat Kohli and Jos Butler
Virat Kohli and Jos Buttler

England‘s tour of India is finally set to come to an end with the third and final ODI that takes place tomorrow. As each team has won one ODI apiece and with the series all square, the stage is set for a grandstand finish at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. The match would decide which of the two teams’ players go into the Indian Premier League (IPL), the happier.

After India’s win in the first ODI fashioned by a terrific comeback with the ball in the second innings, England came roaring back in the second match as they aced a chase of 337 in under 44 overs. Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes went hammer and tongs at everything that the Indian bowlers and especially the spinners bowled to completely take the game away. The former got to his hundred before getting out while the latter was dismissed for 99 but the two had done enough damage to take England home.

With such a facile win, England would fancy their chances of winning the ODI series and ending what has been a fairly difficult tour on a high.

Full details about tomorrow’s India vs England 3rd ODI

India celebrate a wicket

Where will the 3rd ODI take place?

The Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune will host the third ODI but behind closed doors.

When does the 3rd ODI begin?

The third ODI will begin at 1:30 PM IST tomorrow. The toss will happen at 1:00 PM IST.

Where to watch the 3rd ODI?

The third ODI will be telecast on the Star Sports Network. Star Sports 1 and 1HD will have English commentary while Star Sports 1 Hindi and 1HD Hindi will have Hindi commentary.

Where to watch live streaming of the 3rd ODI?

The match will be available to stream live on the Disney+ Hotstar app and website.

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