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India heads into the 2019 Cricket World Cup as the second ranked team in the world. They boast a squad which is capable of beating anyone on their day, and the presence of the best player on the planet in Virat Kohli in their middle order, alongside the likes of Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and the aging Mahendra Singh Dhoni, makes them an incredibly formidable opponent.
Typically relatively successful at the World Cup, India is one of just three nations to have won the tournament on multiple occasions, with their 2011 triumph placing them in rare company with Australia and the West Indies. In the past six editions of the tournament, they have made it to the final six teams on all but one occasion, and a semi-final on all but two. In 2019, they will be expecting to keep that trend going, and their millions of parochial fans will accept nothing less than another piece of silverware to add to the collection.
When to Watch India v New Zealand
India finished top at the end of the Group Stage courtesy of a crushing win against Sri Lanka in their final game and Australia’s loss to South Africa, and as a result avoided the dangerous England in the semi-finals. New Zealand, however, are more than capable of posing plenty of problems themselves, and will fancy their chances against the more highly rated India. The Kiwis held the top spot in the standings for a long period during the Group Stage and showed they were more than capable of matching it with the best, but with Rohit Sharma in some of the best form of his life alongside the unstoppable Virat Kohli and a dangerous bowling unit, India will head into this one is favourites. The winner earns a spot in the final against either England or Australia, and you can keep an eye on just how long until the first ball is bowled with our countdown clock below, as well as checking out the rest of the Cricket World Cup TV schedule here.
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How to Watch the Cricket World Cup Online
This edition of the Cricket World Cup will be easier to watch than ever before in 2019. Every delivery of every game will be available for streaming both live and on demand with the Kayo Sports streaming service and the online platform Foxtel Now. All you need is a subscription to either – with the sports package included if you’re with Foxtel Now – and you’ll be able to tune into each game as it happens, streamed directly to your Mac, PC, mobile, tablet, or any one of the numerous other eligible devices.
India World Cup Fixtures
|Sunday 30 June||England v India||7.30pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Tuesday 2 July||Bangladesh v India||7.30pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Saturday 6 July||Sri Lanka v India||7.30pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
Current Team Standings
|Pos: 1||India||Played: 9||Won: 7||Lost: 1||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: +0.809||Points: 15|
|Pos: 2||Australia||Played: 9||Won: 7||Lost: 2||N/R: 0||Tied: 0||Net RR: +0.868||Points: 14|
|Pos: 3||England||Played: 9||Won: 6||Lost: 3||N/R: 0||Tied: 0||Net RR: +1.152||Points: 12|
|Pos: 4||New Zealand||Played: 9||Won: 5||Lost: 3||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: +0.175||Points: 11|
|Pos: 5||Pakistan||Played: 9||Won: 5||Lost: 3||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: -0.43||Points: 11|
|Pos: 6||Sri Lanka||Played: 8||Won: 3||Lost: 4||N/R: 2||Tied: 0||Net RR: -0.919||Points: 8|
|Pos: 7||South Africa||Played: 9||Won: 3||Lost: 5||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: -0.03||Points: 7|
|Pos: 8||Bangladesh||Played: 9||Won: 3||Lost: 5||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: -0.41||Points: 7|
|Pos: 9||West Indies||Played: 9||Won: 2||Lost: 6||N/R: 1||Tied: 0||Net RR: -0.225||Points: 5|
|Pos: 10||Afghanistan||Played: 9||Won: 0||Lost: 9||N/R: 0||Tied: 0||Net RR: -1.322||Points: 0|
Best Kayo Features for Watching India at the World Cup
The time difference between the United Kingdom and Australia means that while the first innings of most matches will run straight through primetime, the second half of them will stretch into the early hours of the morning, making watching matching in their entirety difficult. Fortunately, Kayo’s ‘Minis’ feature will allow you to combat this issue, with their experts compressing every match into a 15-30 minute package which will show all the most important moments, ensuring you can easily catch up even when you can’t tune in live.
Kayo Sports’ Split View will also come in handy when there are two matches on at the same time, or another sporting event you want to watch coincides with an important World Cup clash. Split View lets you watch up to four events on the one screen at the same time so you don’t have to make any difficult decisions. And if you need to catch-up on demand, Kayo’s No Spoilers lets you do so without having the scores prematurely flashed in front of you, while Key Moments allows you to skip ahead to all the most important highlights from each match.
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