All you need to know about reserve day for semi-final clash

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In case, rain results washed out of the match, it will be played on Wednesday-the "reserve day".

His side went through almost 14 overs without a boundary and Williamson fell to an uncharacteristic soft dismissal, slicing Yuzvendra Chahal to Ravindra Jadeja at backward point. Let's find out who will win 1st semi-final of world cup 2019 between India vs New Zealand today match prediction.

If India beat New Zealand in first semifinal, they will play the victor of the second last-four clash between Australia and England, in the summit showdown.

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.

The World Cup has witnessed other political protests during matches, with the International Cricket Council distancing itself from them each time.

Once the spinners came on there was more turn than expected and New Zealand continued to find it hard to score. My picks for this game are Kane Williamson 10/1, Trent Boult 14/1 and Virat Kohli 6/1.

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Which TV channels will broadcast the India vs New Zealand match? Tune into Star Sports India's respective channels - Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2 or Star Sports 1 Hindi along with their HD channels.

New Zealand have played 87 matches since 1975. "Now he's controlling the tempo of the game for NZ in every game he plays".

World Cup: Kiren Rijiju tweeted his letter to Ravi Shastri, India's head coach, Virat Kohli and his team. So, enjoy the game and not only depend on television channels and cable connection.

You can live stream the India vs New Zealand match on Star India's streaming service Hotstar. "Hope if we play England next, he sits in ours", Shastri said in a video posted by the ICC.

Rather than the left-arm wristspin of Kuldeep Yadav, India went with the legspin of Yuzvendra Chahal, and with the ball gripping, turning, and often stopping on the batsmen, Williamson and Ross Taylor had to bat with caution. So, one can understand, there is very little to choose between the two.

While fans are expecting a high-intensity contest, weather might play a spoilsport.

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