India Vs New Zealand: Live Streaming And TV Channel Info For Cricket World Cup Clash
India take on New Zealand in the first World Cup semi-final on Tuesday, and here is how to watch it LIVE.
Virat Kohli's men and Kane Williamson's Black Caps meet in Manchester with a place in Sunday's final at Lord's up for grabs.
After five and a half weeks of group-stage action, the competition has reached the business end and here is how you can catch all the drama.
What TV channel is it on?
India's clash with New Zealand will be on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event from 9.30am UK time on Tuesday.
Sky customers can stream all the action live via Sky Go on desktop, tablet, mobile and other devices.
Non-Sky subscribers can buy a Now TV pass to stream it live throughout the day.
What time does it start?
The game begins at 10.30am local time at Old Trafford in Manchester.
There will be a 30-minute interval between innings and close of play will be around 6pm local time this evening.
New Zealand won the toss at 10am and elected to bat first in the semi-final.
What is the weather forecast?
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It will be an overcast day in Manchester for the first semi-final on Tuesday.
There is also a chance of showers and interruption throughout the day.
Wednesday has been set aside as a reserve day for this semi-final fixture with the second semi-final not taking place until the following day.
When is the Cricket World Cup final?
The final takes place on Sunday at Lord's in London and will begin at 10.30am.
The winners of India's clash with New Zealand will take on either England or Australia in the final.
The second semi-final between those two rivals takes place at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Thursday.
What has happened so far?
India finished top of the table after the group phase with seven wins from their nine games.
Their only defeat this far came against England while the pool-stage match between these two was rained off.
New Zealand started strong but their form turned patchy as the tournament progressed and they eventually held off Pakistan for fourth place on net run rate.
Australia finished in second place and will take on third-placed England in the other semi-final.
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