India vs South Africa 4th ODI Live Streaming Match Time TV Channels Information

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India vs South Africa 4th ODI Live Streaming :India vs South Africa 4th ODI is scheduled for a1.30 pm local time (10 am SAST. 9 am BST, 4 am ET) start. Star Sports 1, DD National and Star Sports 3 are the channels which will broadcast the 4th ODI match live in India. Audience in India can also watch this one-day international game betwen India and South Africa live in Chennai via live streaming online on Starsports.com and Hotstar.Viewers in South Africa can watch all the action on SuperSport, with the online live stream option on SuperSport Live.

India vs South Africa 4th ODI Live Streaming Match Time TV Channels

India vs South Africa live streaming

Audience in the US can watch India vs South Africa live on Willow TV, with the live stream option on Willow TV online.Sky Sports 2 will show the India vs South Africa fourt one-day international live in the UK, with the live streaming online option on Watch Sky Sports and Sky Go.Watch the fourth one-day match live in the Middle East and North Africa on OSN Sports, while the match can be live streamed on OSN Play.

India vs South Africa 4th ODI Match Live Streaming

last five games apart from the Kolkata match, team India’s performance was not up to the mark and is still struggling to find the right combination and partnership in the batting order. Dhawan failing to find the middle of his bat, it might be a good idea to rest the left-hander, push Rahane to the top of the order alongside Rohit. Gurkeerat Singh Mann has been on the bench so far in this ODI series, he should be given a chance in fourth ODI.

The bowling has been a lot better for India, but Dhoni will be worried about the impact of the legal problem that Amit Mishra finds himself in. If the leg-spinner is not in the right frame of mind, Dhoni will be better served to keep the player out of the playing XI. All four of their frontline bowlers have stepped up admirably in this series, and it is up to the India batsmen to put the pressure back on them.

Only Rohit has been able to do that consistently so far; so it is up to the rest to take up the mantle, or this Freedom Series will go South Africa’s way in a hurry.South Africa have their own selection issues. All-rounder JP Duminy has been ruled out of the rest of the series, while pace bowler Morne Morkel is a major doubt having suffered a leg injury after taking four wickets on Sunday. Speaking after the win last time out, though, South Africa captain AB De Villiers explained he was relishing the chance to wrap up the series with a match to spare and to provide ideal preparation for the upcoming Test series between the countries.

“We sit here 2-1 up against India, it’s a great position to be here and it’s a wonderful opportunity to win the series,” he said, according to The Times of India. “So we won’t touch the money yet but we’ve got a good chance in the last two, we would love to win both. But all the focus will be on the next game in Chennai. We would love to break through there.”

4th ODI schedule: India vs. South Africa.

Date: Thursday, 22 October.

Time: 1.30 pm IST (10 am SAST, 9 am BST, 4 am ET).

Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chepauk, Chennai.

TV listings:

India: DD National, Star Sports 1, Star Sports 3.

South Africa: SuperSport.

UK: Sky Sports 2.

USA: Willow TV.

Middle-East and North Africa: OSN Play.