India vs West Indies 2017,1st ODI: When and where to watch, coverage on TV and live streaming
Here's all you need to know about the coverage of the first ODI match between India and West Indies to be played on Friday.
Such is the nature of International cricket that in less than a week since the Champions Trophy Final, India are out on the field against West Indies for a limited overs series consisting of five ODIs and a solitary T20I.
The Indian team, specifically its captain Virat Kohli, has been in the news for the wrong reasons since the last few days.
The controversy around Anil Kumble and his resignation as the head coach has been hovering over the head of the team and they would like nothing more than to go out on the ground and do what they do best — win games for India.
On the other hand, the West Indies team will be raring to have a go against Indian team. And considering the fact that the team might be a bit distracted because of Kohli-Kumble controversy, it might be West Indies' best chance to push India to the brim.
Here's all you need to know about catching Friday's action live:
When and where will the India vs West Indies be played?
India will play West Indies in Port of Spain on 23 June.
How do I watch the India vs West Indies clash live?
The matches will be broadcast live on television on Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Ten 1 HD and Ten 3.
At what time will live coverage of the match start?
The live broadcast of the day match will start at 6:30 pm IST.
Where can I follow the match online?
The match will be streamed online on www.sonyliv.com
You can also catch Firstpost's live blog of first ODI between India and West Indies to catch all the live score and updates.
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Mitchell Starc finished the match with a haul of five for 48.
The two boards were forced into the alteration to the scheduled tour dates after West Indies' current ODI series against Australia was rocked by a positive Covid-19 test which saw Thursday's second match suspended.
Thursday's game at Kensington Oval was called off at the last minute when a non-playing member of the West Indies team tested positive for the virus.