Australian captain Michael Clarke has won toss and asked India to bat first at WACA, Perth in the third Test match.
Many people have started watching live cricket matches on the internet. People who are at their workplaces, colleges, waiting in long queues and elsewhere, can access live cricket action from their latest gadgets.
There are many TV companies that offer live telecast of cricket on internet. With a promising future for live streaming, companies have been developing such technologies. Many standards, however, are being used. As a result, for viewers, watching a live or on-demand video online could easily turn into a frustrating search for a plug-in or a media player, a struggle with figuring out what is being shown in a tiny picture box or in a large, fuzzy picture box or impatient waiting for intermittent signals to resume or for video and audio to be synced.
Several web portals are streaming cricket matches on the net. But not all of them are trustworthy. Some take you into other domains while some make you click hundreds of links without taking you to the actual streaming page.
For the third Test between India and Australia at the WACA, here are a few websites where you can catch live action: