The Astros head to Angel Stadium looking to chalk up their fourth consecutive win over their AL West rivals. Read on to find out how to get a live stream of the Houston Astros vs Los Angeles Angels MLB three-match series, no matter where you are in the world.
The Astros kicked off the Covid-19-compressed 2020 season in fine form, taking three out of four games against the Mariners, but come into this series having been brushed aside by the Dodgers at Minute Maid Park in their midweek double-header and will be looking to get back on track.
Despite the slip up at home, Houston remain Divisional leaders and have looked great offensively, with an impressive .236 batting average, with Michael Brantley leading the way having notched up one home run and six RBI’s.
The Angels meanwhile, have made a slow start to the new campaign, fumbling to four defeats in their first six games. They nevertheless still find themselves just one game behind the Astors and remain in contention in the division.
While evenly matched against their opponents at the bat – the Angels have a slightly better .238 batting average – there’s work to be done on the mound, with their 1.32 WHIP a lowly 21st in the league.
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Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels: Where and when?
- Game 1: Friday July 31, 6.10pm PT/ 8.10pm CT, Fox Sports West, ATT SportsNet SW+
- Game 2: Saturday, August 1, 4.07pm PT/6.07pm CT, Fox Sports
- Game 3: Sunday, August 2, 1.10pm PT/3.10pm PT, Fox Sports West, ATT SportsNet SW+
Watch Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels online from outside your country
We have details of all the US, UK, and Canadian broadcasters of this game further down in this guide. If you’re intent on watching Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels, but find yourself away from home then you’ll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it’s likely to be geo-blocked.
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How to watch Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels online in the US
While the Coronavirus has meant lots of changes to the 2020 MLB season, the way games are broadcast remains much the same as last year.
MLB.TV (free 3-day trial offered) remains the best bet for for fans outside of their home team’s city looking to watch out-of-market games. With the season having been compressed, its price has been slashed to just $59.99 for access to every team’s games, or $49.99 to follow a single team. A subscription covers the entire regular season, plus the playoffs and World Series.
The service is hindered by local blackouts, but you can bypass these restrictions by using a VPN as detailed in our guide, and pointing your computer to an out-of-market location.
As ever, you’ll be able to watch on your local regional sports networks such as local Fox Sports channels, SportsNet LA (Los Angeles Dodgers), the YES Network (New York Yankees) and NESN (Boston Red Sox), while regular MLB broadcasters such as Fox, Fox Sports 1, TBS, MLB Network and ESPN are going to be broadcasting as well.
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Anyone looking to watch the Astros vs Angels series in the Houston area will need to tune in to ATT SportsNet SW+, while Fox Sports West is the channel to head to if you’re in LA. Both local channels will be showing the first and third matches, while he second match of the series is set to be broadcast nationally on Fox Sports.
How to stream Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels live in the UK
UK viewers will be able to watch live action from the 2020 MLB season via BT Sport with coverage across its channels. The network is offering live coverage of the second match in the series on BT Sport 1 on Sunday at 9pm BST. You can also stream the game via the BT Sport app and on its webpage.
If you’re in the UK and looking to watch all three matches in the series live, then you’ll need to head to MLB.TV.The streaming service is offering all games live to UK viewers via its full offering full package which will set you back around £50.
How to stream Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels live in Canada
There’s a number of options for watching MLB in Canada this season. Those with a cable subscription will be able to watch games via Sportsnet, TVA Sports, TSN and RDS which will also offer coverage online as well.
MLB.TV. is also available to Candians with only Blue Jays matches subject to local blackouts.