How to watch India vs. South Africa: Live stream T20 World Cup Final

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    Marco Jansen of South Africa bats during a 2024 ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup Super 8 match.

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    India and South Africa’s national cricket teams will face off in the final game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on Saturday. We’ll show you how to watch India vs. South Africa from anywhere, including US, Indian, and South African live streaming options.

    India and South Africa have both had stellar showings throughout the tournament, going undefeated through every stage. India eliminated England, the reigning champion, from the competition during a semi-final match on Thursday. South Africa found similar success with its semi-final game against Afghanistan, which saw South Africa win by nine wickets with 67 balls left. While India won the T20 World Cup in 2007, the tournament’s first year, and made it to the final in 2014, this is uncharted territory for South Africa. 

    Whether you’re rooting for South Africa or India, we’ve got you covered when it comes to how to watch the T20 World Cup final. Keep reading to learn how to live stream the game from anywhere.

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    How to watch India vs. South Africa: quick links

    US: Sling TV (from $15), Fubo (one-week free trial)UK: Sky Sports (various) / Now TV (various)Australia: Prime Video (30-day free trial)South Africa: DStv (various)India: Disney+ Hotstar (free)Access subscriptions from anywhere via ExpressVPN (try risk-free for 30 days)When: Saturday, June 29 at 10:30 a.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. BST / 10:30 p.m. AWST

    How to watch India vs. South Africa in the US

    The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Final will live stream on Willow TV in the US. Sling TV and Fubo both carry Willow through their respective plans. Sling’s Desi Binge plan offers Willow for $15 a month, but you can currently get your first month for just $10. Fubo, which costs $79.99 a month, also carries Willow. New users can try the streaming service free for one week.

    How to watch India vs. South Africa in the UK

    The India vs. South Africa final will be available through Sky Sports in the UK, where prices and contracts vary by plan. If you’d rather explore a streaming option with less commitment, you can also live stream Sky through Now TV. Now offers plans on a month-to-month basis, but you can also just get a day pass for £14.99 if you’re only interested in watching the final.

    How to watch India vs. South Africa in Australia

    The India vs. South Africa game will live stream through Prime Video in Australia, where subscriptions start at $9.99 a month. New users can try a 30-day free trial, so you can continue to explore the streaming service after the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup ends.

    How to watch India vs. South Africa in India

    The India vs. South Africa final will stream for free through the Disney+ Hotstar mobile app in India. This option differs from regular Disney+ and requires an Indian phone number to sign up, which means that people from other countries with Disney+ accounts won’t have access to this.

    How to watch India vs. South Africa in South Africa

    The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup final will live stream through DStv in South Africa. The game will appear on the cricket-focused Sports channel. Subscriptions vary in price depending on which plan you choose, but the Premium tier costs R799.

    How to watch India vs. South Africa from anywhere

    Cricket fans planning to travel away from home during the final can still tune into the India vs. South Africa game using a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs let users alter their device’s location so that they can keep up with their usual websites and apps from anywhere. Plus, they’re easy ways to increase your online privacy. Since the services we’ve outlined require country-specific payment methods, this option will work best for people who are simply traveling abroad at the moment.

    ExpressVPN is our go-to recommendation for the VPN-curious. It’s a beginner-friendly option with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can find full details in our ExpressVPN review.

    Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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