Watch India vs New Zealand 18th ODI Live Streaming online for free. Ind vs NZ 18th ODI CWC 2019 Live Cricket Scores. Where to watch Ind vs NZ 18th ODI Live Streaming online. India vs New Zealand 18th ODI Cricket World Cup 2019 Live TV Channels List is also available here.
- Match: 25th ODI
- Teams: South Africa vs New Zealand
- Date: 19th June 2019
- Venue: Birmingham
New Zealand is all set to face South Africa in 25th league match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on 19th June 2019 at Birmingham. Cricket fans can watch New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Stream @ Hotstar Live Streaming whereas you can also browse to NZ vs SA 25th ODI Live Streaming @ Crictime Live Stream and CricHD Live Streaming Online for free.
South Africa is currently placed on 8th position on team standings with 3 points decorated by them on the score board. Proteas have appeared in 5 league matches so far and managed to won only 1 match of them while defeated in 3 other games and their 1 group stage match against West Indies was abandoned due to bad weather. Now South Africa needs to win their all upcoming matches in order to qualify for the Semi-Finals of this tournament.
New Zealand on the other hand after bagging 3 consecutive victories in league matches is now promoted to 3rd position on team rankings table with 7 points gained by them in this event. Kiwi’s after appearing in 4 group stage games are still unbeatable in this tournament and they only requires 2 more victories out of 5 games to qualify for the Semi-Finals of this tournament. So New Zealand will display their natural and defensive game against South Africa to avoid mistakes.
Cricket experts are predicting fighting match between New Zealand vs South Africa as Proteas needs victory at any cost in order to stay alive in this tournament whereas Kiwi’s have already displayed their brilliant piece of cricket in recent game. But still New Zealand on the behalf of their better playing record in recent matches is considered as hot favorite in the upcoming match.
Where to Watch New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live on TV
Desperate cricket fans can watch New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live @ PTV Sports and Ten Sports whereas cricket fans in India can switch to NZ vs SA 25th ODI Live @ Star Sports. Kiwi’s fans can watch New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live @ Sky Sports whereas Super Sport Live will telecast this game Live & Exclusive in South Africa.
- India and other Asian Countries: Sony Six and Sony Six HD
- South Africa: Super Sports
- UK: Sky Sports Cricket
- USA: Willow TV Live
- New Zealand: Sky Sports NZ
- Malaysia: Astro Cricket HD
- Singapore: Star Cricket
- Bangladesh: Ghazi Tv
New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Streaming 2019
Apart from Live TV Coverage, you can also enjoy New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Streaming @ Crictime Live Streaming online for free. Sky Sports Live Online Cricket Stream and Now TV Live Stream are best options to watch NZ vs SA 25th ODI Live Stream in New Zealand whereas you can also watch New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Stream @ Super Sports Live Streaming if you are resident of South Africa.
- MobileCric Live Streaming
- CricHD Live Streaming
- Willow Tv Live Streaming
- Crictime Live Streaming
- SonyLiv Live Streaming
- Super Sports Live Streaming
New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Mach Scores
You can also get New Zealand vs South Africa 25th ODI Live Cricket Scores @ ESPNcricinfo Live Scores and Cricbuzz Live Scores. In addition to this you can also catch NZ vs SA 25th ODI Live Cricket Scores along with Ball by Ball Commentary and Updated Scorecard at ESPNcricinfo and Cricbuzz Online for free.
New Zealand Official ODI Squad
Kane Williamson (capt), Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Tom Blundell, Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham and Henry Nicholls.
South Africa Official ODI Squad
Faf du Plessis (capt), Quinton de Kock (wk), Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Imran Tahir, Tabraiz Shamsi, ), David Miller, JP Duminy, Hashim Amla, Aiden Markram, Rassie van der Dussen, Dwaine Pretorius, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada and Dale Steyn.