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India in deep trouble!

New Zealand finished on 239/8.

Not a great score in modern one-day cricket, but India have seriously stumbled with the bat at the start of their innings.

They were reduced to 5/3 at one point. It stands at 25/4 after 10 overs.

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Match delayed - India vs New Zealand to be resumed on Wednesday

India certainly have the upper hand in this semi-final.

They reduced New Zealand to 211/5 after 46.1 overs.

However, rain has dominated on Tuesday and this semi-final will be continued on Wednesday.

Key points to know:

– Play will resume at 10:30am (UK time) on Wednesday.

– New Zealand will complete their innings.

– India will have the full 50 overs to chase down the New Zealand score.

– India’s innings needs to be 20 overs to constitute a full game. If they don’t get to the full 50 overs (and rain is again expected tomorrow) then the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method will be used.

– If India do not get the minimum of 20 overs to bat, India will reach the final on account of finishing higher than New Zealand in the group stages.

India vs New Zealand live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch India vs New Zealand live streaming, these are the online instructions.

Match: India vs New Zealand

Competition: Cricket World Cup

Date: Tuesday July 9, 2019

Start time: 10:30 (UK time)

Stadium: Old Trafford Cricket Ground

India vs New Zealand live streaming: Quick links

India vs New Zealand live streaming at the Cricket World Cup via Bet365 is available in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as well as Australia.

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India vs New Zealand live streaming: Match preview

The Cricket World Cup gets serious!

We are at the semi-final stage and both matches are simply incredible.

India take on New Zealand at Old Trafford on Tuesday. England play Australia on Thursday. The final is on Sunday at Lord’s.

In the final standings, after a dramatic Saturday, India came top of the 10-team Cricket World Cup league.

India won seven of their nine matches and finished above Australia by one point.

After a defeat to England, India have rebounded well, winning their past two matches and they are heavy favourites to beat New Zealand.

After a fine start to the tournament, New Zealand have slowed down somewhat and came fourth in the Cricket World Cup table.

In the end New Zealand finished level on points with Pakistan. Bagging fourth on the back of a better run rate.

But, it was seemingly never in doubt that New Zealand would make the semi-finals after such a strong start to the tournament.

There is some worry over whether New Zealand can live with the very best though.

India and New Zealand were due to play in the group stages on June 13, 2019. But, the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, due to rain.

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How to watch the Cricket World Cup on Bet365

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India vs New Zealand live streaming: TV listings

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Australia: Kayo

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Cricket World Cup 2019 fixtures & results

Thursday 30th May – England beat South Africa by 104 runs.

Friday 31st May – 10:30 – West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets.

Saturday 1st June – 10:30 – New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets.

Saturday 1st June – 13:30 – Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets.

Sunday 2nd June – 10:30 -Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs.

Monday 3rd June – 10:30 -Pakistan beat England by 14 runs.

Tuesday 4th June – 10:30 – Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs.

Wednesday 5th June – 10:30 – India beat South Africa 6 wickets.

Wednesday 5th June – 13:30 – New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets.

Thursday 6th June – 10:30 – Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs.

Friday 7th June – 10:30 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka – match abandoned without a ball bowled.

Saturday 8th June – 10:30 – England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs.

Saturday 8th June – 13:30 – New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets.

Sunday 9th June – 10:30 – India beat Australia by 36 runs.

Monday 10th June – 10:30 – South Africa vs West Indies. Match abandoned.

Tuesday 11th June – 10:30 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka. Match abandoned.

Wednesday 12th June – 10:30 – Australia beat Pakistan 41 runs.

Thursday 13th June – 10:30 – India vs New Zealand. Match abandoned.

Friday 14th June – 10:30 – England beat West Indies by eight wickets.

Saturday 15th June – 10:30 – Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs.

Saturday 15th June – 13:30 – South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (DLS Method).

Sunday 16th June – 10:30 – India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (DLS Method).

Monday 17th June – 10:30 – Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 Wickets.

Tuesday 18th June – 10:30 – England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs.

Wednesday 19th June – 10:30 – New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets (3 balls left).

Thursday 20th June 10:30 – Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs.

Friday 21st June – 10:30 – Sri Lanka by 20 runs.

Saturday 22nd June – 10:30 – India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs.

Saturday 22nd June – 13:30 – New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs.

Sunday 23rd June – 10:30 – Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs.

Monday 24th June – 10:30 – Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs.

Tuesday 25th June – 10:30 – Australia beat England by 64 runs.

Wednesday 26th June – 10:30 – Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets.

Thursday 27th June – 10:30 – India beat West Indies by 125 runs.

Friday 7th June – 10:30 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka – match abandoned without a ball bowled.

Saturday 8th June – 10:30 – England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs.

Saturday 8th June – 13:30 – New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets.

Sunday 30th June – 10:30 – England beat India by 31 runs.

Monday 1st July – 10:30 – Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 23 runs.

Tuesday 2nd July – 10:30 – India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs.

Wednesday 3rd July – 10:30 – England beat New Zealand by 119 runs.

Thursday 4th July – 10:30 – West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs.

Friday 5th July – 10:30 – Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 84 runs.

Saturday 6th July – 10:30 – India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets.

Saturday 6th July – 13:30 – South Africa beat Australia by 10 runs.

Tuesday 9th July – 10:30 – India vs New Zealand

Thursday 11th July – 10:30 – Australia vs England

Sunday 14th July – 10:30 – India or New Zealand vs Australia or England

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