The 12th edition of the World Cup is scheduled to kick-start in less than a week's time when the hosts England will take on South Africa at The Oval.
India vs New Zealand warm-up match: The 12th edition of the World Cup is scheduled to kick-start in less than a week’s time, when the hosts England will take on South Africa at The Oval.
Before the formal beginning of the mega event, all 10 teams – England, Australia, India, Afghanistan, South Africa, Pakistan, West Indies, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh – will play two warm-up games each to acclimatise with the English conditions ahead of their respective league-stage matches. The World Cup warm-up matches will be played from May 24 to May 28 at a number of venues across England and Wales.
The Virat Kohli-led Team India will play their first warm-up match against New Zealand on Saturday in London.
Where will the ICC World Cup 2019 India vs New Zealand warm-up match played?
The match between India and New Zealand will be played at Kennington Oval in London.
When will the ICC World Cup 2019 India vs New Zealand warm-up match begin?
The India vs New Zealand match warm-up match will begin at 3 pm IST.
Where can one watch the World Cup 2019 India vs New Zealand warm-up match?
The India vs New Zealand World Cup warm-up will be broadcast live across different sports channels of Star network. It can be watched live on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD Hindi. In addition, Star network will broadcast the match on regional sports channel – Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star Sports 1 Telugu, Star Sports 1 Kannada and Star Sports 1 Bangla.
How to watch online live streaming of India vs New Zealand World Cup warm-up match?
The online live streaming of India vs New Zealand World Cup warm-up game will be available on Hotstar app and Hotstar website.
India will look to fix their number 4 conundrum in the warm-up match against the Kiwis. The match will provide both the teams ample opportunity to get used to the English conditions and customise their strategy accordingly. In warm-up games, ICC rules allow the teams to use all the 15 players in the match.