India vs Sri Lanka 2017 Live Streaming & TV Channels: Tests, ODIs & T20s

Here are the complete guide for India vs Sri Lanka 2017 live streaming & telecast tv channels as the series is scheduled to start at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on November 16. The Lankan lions are here in India and they are here to roar, but given the chill that is prevailing in India and the low visibility level in some parts of the country, the lions hardly stand a chance to even give a fight to the tigers of India. Jokes apart, the team from Lanka comes to India with fewer expectations and more of being just participants.

The tour is a long one and the Lankans are going to feel the heat in the cold. The first test starts on 16th November in Eden Gardens followed by two more tests in Nagpur and Delhi. Then comes the time of limited over Cricket. There are 3 ODIs to be played followed by 3 T20s. The first ODI will be played in Dharamsala followed by one day in Mohali and Vishakapatnam. The first T20 will be played in Cuttack and the final match of the tour will be played in Mumbai on December 24th.

India vs Sri Lanka 2017 Live Streaming & TV Channels

India vs Sri Lanka 2017 Live Streaming & TV Channels

India vs Sri Lanka will be telecast live on Star Sports Network channels. The test matches will start at 9.30 am IST while ODI and T20 matches start at 1 pm and 7 pm IST respectively. Hotstar will have the India vs Sri Lanka 2017 live streaming online on mobile, PCs and Laptop.

If anything is to go by the recent matches played by India then Lankans are going to have some really torrid times. The chances of them getting on the score sheet are as slim as the thin film of ice on a newly frozen lake. Their team lacks experience and come here with a host of new inexperienced players. The test squad only has a few known players, players who can make a difference.

TV Channels: Star Sports 1, Star Sports 3

Live Streaming: Hotstar (App and Website)

India vs Sri Lanka Live Telecast TV Channels

Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal are the only known batsmen with substantial credentials. As for the bowling, it all rests on the old shoulders of Rangana Herath. He has been carrying that mantle ever since Muralidharan retired and unfortunately for him and the team, there hasn’t been a guy who is able to replace him on the international stage. Lakmal and Suranga have flat pitches to work with it.

As for the Indian team, it looks the most settled one. All bases are covered and with the spin twins Ashwin and Jadeja back, India bowling looks really potent. The pace attack is bolstered by the presence of Ishant Sharma. There has been one setback though as Hardik Pandya has been rested for the first two test matches. For batting, no words can describe the strength of Indian batting at least in Indian conditions. Kohli is in red-hot form and the form of Rohit Sharma in the recently concluded one-day series must have boosted the selectors. Everything looks set.