Australia vs England 2022 2nd T20I Canberra, Live Streaming and Broadcast channels in India, USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand

The second T20I between Australia and England will be played on Wednesday (12th October).

Australia vs England 2022: The T20I series between Australia and England is currently taking place and it has been host to one high-scoring thriller. The visitors have taken a 1-0 lead in the series after their enthralling performance in the first game and it’s fair to say that the remaining two games will be even more exciting to watch.

Australia vs England 2022 2nd T20I: Live Streaming and Broadcast channels in India, USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand

With the series being at 1-0, the focus now shifts towards the second game which is slated to take place on Wednesday (12th October) in Canberra. It’ll be do or die encounter for the hosts as a loss will take the series away from them whereas England would be eyeing to close the series in the second game itself.

The series between England and Australia is always breathtaking to watch and not many would want to miss the game between the two arch-rivals. If we talk about live telecast and streaming of the match in India, Sony Sports Network will showcase the game on TV whereas Live streaming will be available on Sony Liv.

The Australian fans can catch their home team playing against arch-rivals on Foxtel and Kayo Sports whereas BT Sport will air the match in the United Kingdom (England). In the United States of America (USA) Willow Tv has the right to telecast the match whereas in New Zealand SkyNZ will broadcast the match.

Australia vs England 2022: Probable Playing XI for Australia and England for the second T20I

Some of the main players will be returning to the Australian setup for the last two games and it’s expected that England will get tough competition. On the other hand, the visitors will likely field an unchanged XI as they wouldn’t want to disturb the winning combination.

Probable Playing XI for Australia

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Mitchell Marsh, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Cameron Green, Matthew Wade (wk), Daniel Sams, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa

Probable Playing XI for England   

Jos Buttler (c & wk), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Mark Wood

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