What will happen if India-NZ semifinal gets washed out

Jul 10, 2019, 00:45
What will happen if India-NZ semifinal gets washed out

"It's great that Rohit has been scoring so consistently, which means that coming in the later half of the innings, you have to play a different role, which is controlling the middle overs and letting guys like Hardik (Pandya), Kedar (Jadhav), MS (Dhoni) and Rishabh (Pant) express themselves".

New Zealand have stumbled into the semi-finals after successive defeats to Pakistan, Australia and England.

Rain stopped play on Tuesday with the Kiwis 211 for five after 46.1 overs.

He was thrust into action nearly immediately after India were invited to field on a ground where the side that has batted first in five previous matches in this tournament went on to win.

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New Zealand had taken 17 balls to get their first run and though Williamson was a little more purposeful following his arrival at the crease, a score of 27 for one after 10 overs was a tournament low. New Zealand just managed to claw their way into the last four after dominating their first set of games. But that counts for nothing as it's a fresh day and the pressure is at its peak.

His side appears to have an embarrassment of riches at their disposal, with Bumrah saying: "It's a good headache to have when everyone's performing and everyone's in good nick and that's something you love to have going into a crucial game like next week's semi-final".

The shorter the game, the more it has to favour New Zealand. Follow the game on PTV Sports, Ten Sports, Sky and Gazi TV to catch IND vs NZ semi-final match live.

In the field India have been excellent and should welcome back Mohammed Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal who were rested for the final group match as Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav came in.

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The ICC World Cup 2019 match between India vs New Zealand starts at 3 pm IST on 9 July (Tuesday). Let us begin with Hotstar, the digital arm of Star India and probably the most popular option among viewers in India.

Hope, rain will not play spoilsport on the big day and we can witness a full game of cricket.

"I've been very happy with holding one end and letting guys express themselves, striking at 150, 160 or 200 if the team needs".

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