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India vs West Indies 2017, T20: When and where to watch, coverage on TV and live streaming

India take on West Indies in an one-off T20 match at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday. The visitors will be in confident mood after securing the ODI series by a comfortable 3-1 margin.

However, the shortest format is the one in which the Windies seems most comfortable and keeping that in mind, the T20 match between the Men in Blue and the Caribbean team on Sunday could be closest contest of the series so far.

File image of India's Mohammed Shami with Kuldeep Yadav. AP

File image of India's Mohammed Shami
with Kuldeep Yadav. AP

With the return of Chris Gayle, Keiron Pollard and Sunil Narine in the team, Windies will hope for some fireworks from these big stars. India, however have not announced a different squad for the series and will continue with the same set of players who handed them a 3-1 series win over the hosts.

It will be interesting to see if India gives a chance to  Risabh Pant or whether the Delhi lad continues to be on the sidelines.

Here's all you need to know about catching Sunday's action live:

When and where will the India vs Windies be played?

India will play West Indies in Kingston on 9 July.

How do I watch the India vs Windies clash live?

The matches will be broadcast live on television on Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Ten 1 HD and Ten 3.

When will live coverage of the match start?

The live broadcast of the day match will start at 9 pm IST.

Where can I follow the match online?

The match will be streamed online on

You can also catch Firstpost's live blog of the one-off T20 between India and West Indies to catch all the live score and updates.

Updated Date: Jul 09, 2017 20:28 PM

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