WTC 2023: The World Test Championship finals between India and Australia will start on June 7. The famous match will be held on Wednesday at The Oval stadium which is located in London. Many Indians are eager to watch the Indian team play against Australia. The last time, the Indian team was playing against New Zealand and had lost by few against the team. This will be India’s second successive appearance at the tournament. Many cricketers had already started preparing for the match but few couldn’t, due to previously going on Indian Premier League.
Under the leadership of Rohit Sharma
Many cricketers like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma joined the practice later on. After their respective teams Royal Challengers Bengaluru RCB and Mumbai Indians MI got an exit from the IPL. However, the winner of the IPL turned out to be Chennai Super Kings CSK under the captainship of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. However, this time the Indian team will be headed by Rohit Sharma. Here lets know how you can watch the match for free in regional languages from anywhere and anytime.
When and Where to watch WTC 2023
The World Test Championship finals between India and Australia will be live telecasted on Star Sports and will also be streamed on its digital platform. The digital platform where you can watch the match is Disney+ hotstar. Know how Indians can watch the match for free as per international Cricket Council ICC. It announced that the live broadcast of the finals will be televisioned on government owned channel Doordarshan DD Sports. On DD Sports each days play will be telecasted.
“In India, the Star Sports network will be telecasting the English World Feed and provide coverage in regional languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu. Their digital platform Disney+ Hotstar will show live coverage of each day’s play. India’s government owned Doordarshan will also telecasted live coverage of each day’s match through their DD Sports channel,” the notice read.
The ICC had also estimated that the live telecast of the finals will be viewed by global audience of around 700 million.