ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: When and where to watch final between India and England, coverage on TV and live streaming
Find out where to watch the live streaming and coverage on television of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 final between India and England.
Having finished seventh in the last edition of the ICC Women's World Cup, India will fancy their chances of emerging champions in this edition when they face England in front of a sellout crowd in the final at Lord's on Sunday.
In retrospect, where India played the final of the 2005 World Cup against strong favourites Australia, Sunday marks a big day again for the team with better in-form performers swaying their best foot forward.
Harmanpreet Kaur's commanding 171 not out helped India trounce defending champions Australia in the semi-final on Thursday but three-time champions England will pose an equally tough challenge.
While the stands are already full with all tickets sold out, 50 million people will be tuning in to watch Mithali Raj's women take on those under the command of Heather Knight.
Here's all you need to know about tuning into the live broadcast of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 final between India vs England:
When and where will the final between India vs England be played?
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 final between India vs England will be played on 23 July, 2017 at Lord's Cricket Ground.
How do I watch the India vs England final live?
The final will be broadcast live on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD.
At what time will live coverage of the India vs England final start?
The live broadcast of the final will start at 3 pm IST. The coin toss is at 2:30 pm IST.
Where can I follow the India vs England final online?
The final will be streamed online on Hotstar. You can also follow live updates and ball-by-ball commentary, as well as the full scorecard on our blog here.
With inputs from IANS
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