India vs Bangladesh live streaming and telecast: How to watch the test match live on TV and online, match timings, and more

India vs Bangladesh series kickstarts on December 4th at 11:30 am IST

India vs Bangladesh second test match kicks off today. Team India, which won the first Test by 188 runs, will start as favourites to win the match and the series. The win will also help the Indian side to further cement its place in the World Test Championship final. Stand-in skipper KL Rahul will continue to lead the side in the absence of the injured Rohit Sharma. India vs Bangladesh test match live streaming and telecast will be available both online and on TV across devices. If you are wondering how to watch India vs Bangladesh Test series live online in India and on TV, here’s a guide to help you with the same.

India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test: venue, India time

  • Time: 09:00 AM (IST)
  • Venue: Sher-e-Bangla Stadium

India vs Bangladesh Test live streaming rights

The India vs Bangladesh series streaming rights for both TV and digital have been acquired by Sony Sports Network. This means various channels under the Sony Sports Ten umbrella will live broadcast the matches in different regional languages. As for online streaming, cricket fans can tune in to the Sony LIV app at specified dates and timings to watch the Test series live.

How to watch India vs Bangladesh live online

The India vs Bangladesh matches can be watched live online on Sony’s digital streaming app, Sony LIV. The app is available to download on Android phones, iPhones, and tablets, and can be accessed via the official website as well to enjoy the content on a PC/desktop. However, the streaming platform is behind a paywall and users would need to subscribe to either of its subscription plans to watch the cricket matches online. All the various plan details are mentioned below along with the benefits and validity.

PLANBENEFITSVALIDITY
Rs 599
  • Watch movies, originals shows, and live sports
  • Mobile-only plan
  • Maximum video resolution of 720p
  • Can be logged in to only 1 device at a time
  • Displays ads when watching live sports and TV channels
12 months
Rs 299
  • Watch movies, originals shows, and live sports
  • Maximum video resolution of 1080p
  • Can be logged in to 5 devices at a time
  • Displays ads when watching live sports and TV channels
1 month
Rs 699
  • Watch movies, originals shows, and live sports
  • Maximum video resolution of 1080p
  • Can be logged in to 5 devices at a time
  • Displays ads when watching live sports and TV channels
6 months
Rs 999
  • Watch movies, originals shows, and live sports
  • Maximum video resolution of 1080p
  • Can be logged in to 5 devices at a time
  • Displays ads when watching live sports and TV channels
12 months

3 ways to get Sony LIV subscription for free

Those who are not willing to pay for a Sony LIV subscription can resort to other methods through which the plans can be grabbed for free. Here’s how

Jio Fiber

Watch India vs Bangladesh free with Jio Fiber

Jio Fiber broadband users with the Rs 999 and above plan can avail free access to Sony LIV subscription as part of their plan. This particular plan comes with 150Mbps download and upload speeds and also provides subscriptions to other OTT platforms such as Prime Video, Disney Plus Hotstar, ZEE5, and many more.

Flipkart SuperCoins

Watch India vs Bangladesh for free

FlipkartSupercoins are gained upon purchasing products from Flipkart. These coins can be later redeemed for various subscriptions and premium memberships. One such membership that can be redeemed for SuperCoins is Sony LIV of 1 month, 6 months, and 12 months. To grab the deal, head over to the Flipkart SuperCoin section and tap on the Sony LIV offer. Claim the plan using existing your SuperCoins.

Times Prime

Watch India vs Bangladesh series for free

Times Prime is a membership program that provides exclusive deals, offers, and discounts on popular entertainment, travel, and food based services. Coming at Rs 1,199 the program constitutes a Sony LIV membership of 6 months worth Rs 699 that can be grabbed for free.

How to watch India vs Bangladesh live on TV

Sony will live broadcast India vs Bangladesh series on Sony Sports Ten channels in various regional languages. The channels along with their pricing are as follows.

  • Sony Sports Ten 3 – Hindi | Rs 20.6
  • Sony Sports Ten 3 HD – Hindi | Rs 20.6
  • Sony Sports Ten 4 – Tamil/Telugu | Rs 20.6
  • Sony Sports Ten 4 HD – Tamil/Telegu | Rs 20.6
  • Sony Sports Ten 5 – English | Rs 20.6
  • Sony Sports Ten 5 HD – English | Rs 20.6

Sony Sports channel name and number

DTH OPERATORCHANNEL NAMECHANNEL NO
Airtel Digital TVSony Sports Ten 3289
Sony Sports Ten 3 HD290
Sony Sports Ten 4NA
Sony Sports Ten 4 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 5NA
Sony Sports Ten 5 HDNA
Tata PlaySony Sports Ten 3476
Sony Sports Ten 3 HD475
Sony Sports Ten 41552
Sony Sports Ten 4 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 5484
Sony Sports Ten 5 HD483
Dish TVSony Sports Ten 3615
Sony Sports Ten 3 HD614
Sony Sports Ten 4NA
Sony Sports Ten 4 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 5623
Sony Sports Ten 5 HD622
Videocon d2hSony Sports Ten 3615
Sony Sports Ten 3 HD614
Sony Sports Ten 4NA
Sony Sports Ten 4 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 5623
Sony Sports Ten 5 HD622
Sun DirectSony Sports Ten 3NA
Sony Sports Ten 3 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 4516
Sony Sports Ten 4 HDNA
Sony Sports Ten 5NA
Sony Sports Ten 5 HDNA

DD Free Dish

Apart from these channels, DD Sports which is available exclusively on DD Free Dish set-top box will also live broadcast the matches as per the schedule. DD Sports is available on channel number 77.

How to watch India vs Bangladesh live online for free

Jio TV

Jio TV is a live TV channel streaming app that comes included with various Jio recharge plans. Interested users can catch up with India vs Bangladesh series by downloading the app from Play Store or App Store and signing up with their Jio mobile number. The matches can be viewed by going to the ‘Sports’ section within the app and selecting the Sony Sports Ten channels.

India Test series squad vs Bangladesh

KL Rahul (C), Abhimanyu Easwaran, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rohit Sharma, Shreyas Iyer, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Saurabh Kumar, Rishabh Pant, Srikar Bharat, Jaydev Unadkat, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohd. Siraj, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini, and Umesh Yadav.