Ind vs Eng 3rd Test live telecast can be watched on the Sony Liv in India, and viewers in the UK can watch live on the Sky Sports channel.
India clashes with England in the 3rd cricket Test in Leeds from August 25-29, 2021. The match starts at 3:30 PM India time.
After the first Test was drawn, India won the second match, convincingly beating England with 109 runs.
India vs England 3rd Test: Team news
The hosts are expected to make two changes to their squad from Lord’s following Dom Sibley’s omission and Mark Wood’s injury. Dawid Malan will replace Sibley. He could play at no 3 with Haseeb Hameed going up to open.
England skipper Joe Root was desperate to win this game. Cricinfo quoted him as saying, “There’s three massive games to play in the series. It’s a lot to play for, and we’re desperate to bounce back strongly.”
The visitors are already leading the five-match series 1-0. Their players are in full form and would love to take a 2-0 lead.
India is unlikely to change the winning combination, but the India skipper mentioned that the dry pitch could bring off-spinner R Ashwin into play.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli was optimistic ahead of the match: Cricbuzz.com quoted him as saying, “Even when the key players in the opposition are playing, we feel we can beat anyone in the world. We don’t wait for the opposition to be weak… That’s not how we approach each series.”
Ind vs Eng 3rd Test TV telecast and live streaming info
- The United Kingdom: Sky Sports (UK)
- India: Sony Six
- New Zealand: Spark Sport
- Australia: FREE Kayo Sports trial
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The live streaming can be watched on the Sony Liv website in India, and viewers in the Uk can watch live on the Sky Sports website.
Doordarshan and DD Sports won’t be telecasting Ind vs Eng 3rd Test in India.
Pitch and weather report
While most pitches in England are seamer-friendly, the doubt is that this one won’t have enough movement. Kohli even remarked how there wasn’t so much green on it in the pre-match press conference.
The weather prediction for the days hints it will be a largely dry five days, with cloud covering.
In another international Test match yesterday, Pakistan beat West Indies in the second test.