It’s out of the frying pan, into the fire for Sri Lanka, who face the Men in Blue on Indian soil just days after a trouncing at the hands of Australia. The good news for the Lions is that their talisman Wanindu Hasaranga is back. The bad? India have just been named the top side in T20I cricket. Follow our guide as we explain how to watch an India vs Sri Lanka T20 international live stream from anywhere.
The Sri Lankans’ T20 series Down Under was a largely disheartening affair, but Kusal Mendis ensured it closed on a positive note – the batsman leading them to their solitary victory at the last. With Hasaranga back in the fold after a positive Covid test, it means they begin their tour of India with legitimate quality on both sides of the ball.
India trounced the West Indies last week, Venkatesh Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav shining particularly brightly with bat in hand. They’ve opted to rest Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant, but such is their strength in depth that they’ve still got top-class options for every role.
Starlets Ravi Bishnoi and Harshal Patel have been rewarded for their terrific displays with recalls to the side, while Jasprit Bumrah will be keen to do some damage against a team that hasn’t exactly excelled with the bat of late. Read on for all the details you need to find an India vs Sri Lanka T20 cricket live stream and watch all the action from the series online from anywhere.
India vs Sri Lanka T20 schedule: dates and times
- 1st T20I: Thursday, Feb 24 Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow 7pm IST / 1.30pm GMT
- 2nd T20I: Saturday, Feb 26 HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala 7pm IST / 1.30pm GMT
- 3rd T20I: Sunday, Feb 27 HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala 7pm IST / 1.30pm GMT
How to watch India vs Sri Lanka ODI cricket from outside your country
This T20I series is being broadcast in cricket-loving countries around the world, and we’ve listed options in several countries below.
But if you’re abroad at the moment, you’ll inevitably find that you can’t access your home broadcaster’s stream. To get around this geo-blocking (and assuming it complies with the Ts&Cs of the broadcaster in question), you can download and use a VPN.
Use a VPN to live stream cricket from anywhere