The 2020 Women's T20 World Cup final is here and it features host nation Australia making their sixth T20 World Cup final appearance – an astounding feat when you consider that the tournament has been held just seven times. Surely it would be extra special for the Aussies to win on home turf, so don't risk missing a boundary or wicket by following our Australia vs India live stream guide and learning how to watch the Women's T20 World Cup final wherever you are today.
Yet while they've been dominant throughout the history of the tournament, Australia have looked shaky at times during the Women's T20 World Cup in 2020 – and were saved by the rain as they only just edged South Africa to book their place in today's final.
India's semi-final against England was an even more brutal casualty of the weather – for the English, at least – with the Women in Blue progressing to the final by virtue of emerging as Group A winners with an undefeated record during the round robin stage of the tournament.
Australia will be looking for their middle order to deliver today, after it was left to skipper Meg Lanning to lead the way with a crucial knock of 49 in the semi-final against the Proteas.
The Aussies will no doubt enjoy strong home support from the crowd, but India aren't likely to be phased, having already bested the hosts in the tournament's opening match by a narrow margin of 17 runs. That match saw spin queen Poonam Yadav bamboozle the Aussie batting order, and one suspects much will depend on the form of the right-arm legbreaker if the Indians are to win their first World Cup.
It's a match not be missed – don't miss a ball by checking out our Australia vs India live stream guide. Best of all, it's even free to watch the T20 World Cup Women's final in some countries!
You might find you have a problem accessing your usual home service if you're abroad because of geo-blocking. It's where local broadcasters lock online streams of their coverage to specific areas by logging the IP address of the device trying to access their website.
Fortunately, there's an easy way to get around this nuisance and tune into the cricket just like you would from home. It's called using a VPN, and these useful pieces of software – known as Virtual Private Networks in full – allow you to log back to your country that is broadcasting the match.
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