Five-time World champions Australia will take on two-time World champions India in match 14 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Sunday, June 9, 2019. The iconic Kennington Oval in London will host the match. The match will start at 3:00 PM IST, 9:30 AM GMT.

Australia has won both their matches so far in this tournament. They first defeated Afghanistan and then went on to win a tight match against West Indies. India has played one match so far and Virat Kohli's men had beaten South Africa comprehensively by six wickets in that match.

Australia have an 8-3 record against India in the World Cup and have only lost once in seven meetings

IND vs AUS broadcast details

Star Sports will broadcast the match Live in India. Hotstar will live stream the match in the Indian subcontinent via the app and website.

PTV Sports will telecast in Pakistan with live stream on

The coverage will be available in English, Hindi and several other Indian regional languages. Fox Sports will broadcast the match live for the viewers in Australia.

Kayo Sports and Foxtel Sports website and app will provide online streaming of the match in Australia.

Kuldeep's form a concern

India played two of their leg-spinner in the previous match.

Even though the ploy worked out well, Kuldeep Yadav looked a little off colour. If India decides to leave him out, either Ravindra Jadeja or Mohammad Shami will come into the side. Other than that, India isn't likely to make any more changes to their combination going into this match.

Coulter-Nile's position under threat

Nathan Coulter-Nile scored a match-winning 92 in the previous match but his bowling hasn't been up to the mark in this tournament so far.

He hasn't picked up any wickets in the two matches he has played.

This might force Australia to leave him out of the side for the crucial match against India. If that happens, Nathan Lyon or Jason Behrendorff will come into the side. Other than this, Australia may not make any changes to their side.

The Kennington Oval pitch is renowned to be good for batting but in the previous match between New Zealand and Bangladesh, both the teams struggled to get timing with the bat. Considering this, it can be predicted that the pitch won't have a lot for the batsmen but if they persist, runs can come.

The new ball will be crucial early on in the innings. The weather is expected to be clear and no rain is predicted as of now.

Australia captain Aaron Finch is optimistic on his team's chances in this match, quoted him as saying, "Winning those last three games in India gave us some self-belief we can beat this side in their home conditions and that gives us real confidence coming into a game like this."