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Virat Kohli of India fields the ball during the ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup West Indies & USA 2024 match between India and Ireland.Virat Kohli of India fields the ball during the ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup West Indies & USA 2024 match between India and Ireland.

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The United States and India’s national cricket teams will compete today in the final week of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup group stages. The two teams will meet at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about where to watch USA vs. India.

The game brings two strong participants in the tournament together. USA won an early game against Canada, before they pulled off a shocking defeat against Pakistan by 5 runs. India beat out Ireland earlier in the tournament and walked away with a victory against Pakistan by 6 runs in the globally-watched, sold-out India vs. Pakistan game over the weekend. After today’s game, USA will take on Ireland and India will compete against Canada, before they possibly advance to the Super 8 stage of the tournament. 

Below, we’ve outlined your best watch options for the game. The services we’ve highlighted will be able to help you stream the entire tournament, so you can follow both teams if they advance further throughout the moment. Don’t forget to bookmark our T20 World Cup hub for updates on future games.

Where to watch USA vs. India quick links

Where to watch USA vs. India in the US

The USA vs. India game will live stream on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. ET on Willow TV in the US. Willow is available through live TV streaming packages like Sling TV and Fubo. Sling’s Desi Binge plan costs $15 a month, and new users can currently get their first month for just $10. At $79.99, Fubo is definitely the more expensive of these two plans, but it comes with a massive catalog of live channels. Fubo also currently offers a one week free trial for new customers.

Where to watch USA vs. India in the UK

The USA vs. India game will be shown on Sky Sports in the UK. You can try out Sky’s Now TV, which has a variety of plans, including a single-day pass for £14.99. This is a solid option to pair with a VPN if you’re not in the UK at the moment.

Where to watch USA vs. India in Australia

The USA vs. India game will live stream through Prime Video in Australia. Subscriptions start at $9.99 a month, and the service currently offers a 30-day free trial, which will cover Australian viewers for the duration of the tournament.

Where to watch USA vs. India in India

The USA vs. India game will live stream for free through the Disney+ Hotstar mobile app in India. You can catch the rest of the tournament here as well. This requires an Indian phone number to sign up and is different from regular Disney+, so people in other countries with Disney+ accounts won’t be able to utilize this option.

How to watch USA vs. India from anywhere

Those who will be traveling away from home when the USA vs. India game takes place can keep up with their live subscriptions using a VPN. VPNs, short for virtual private networks, allow people to alter their device’s location so that they can access their usual apps and websites from anywhere, making it a great option for on-the-go fans. Since the services we’ve outlined require country-specific forms of payment, this option will work best for people who are just traveling away from home at the moment and hoping to access their existing subscriptions.

Our go-to recommendation is ExpressVPN, a beginner-friendly option with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can find additional information in our ExpressVPN review.

Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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