ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs New Zealand Live Streaming

Being cricket fans, it is always exciting for us to watch England getting against New Zealand because their matches always bring nail-biting experiences. The two big teams are getting against each other in the 41st match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on 3rd July 2019 in Riverside Ground at 2:30 pm according to PST. In this article, we will be covering England vs New Zealand Live Streaming, squad updates, news, and match highlights.

While we bring the mentioned content, here is a description of this match:

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 41: England vs New Zealand.

Match Date & Time: 3rd July 2019 at 2:30 pm.

Match Venue: Riverside Ground.

England vs New Zealand Live Streaming:

Most of you people wouldn’t want to stay at home and would want to enjoy the clash at the stadium. However, there are only limited seats in Riverside Ground so, besides a few thousand people, others will have to watch England vs New Zealand live streaming and broadcast at homes and workplaces.

To bring you the best of broadcast and live stream sources, we have formulated a few lists which will tell you about various TV channels, websites, and mobile apps where the event will be broadcasted live. We shall move on to that now.

The following is a list of TV channels who are partners with ICC so the official broadcasting right is with them:

  • UAE and Arab Countries: OSDN Cricket
  • Singapore: Star Cricket
  • Bangladesh: Ghazi TV (GTV)
  • Pakistan: PTV Sports
  • India and Sri Lanka: Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, Star Sports 3, Star Sports 1 in Hindi, Star Sports HD
  • South Africa: Super Sports
  • S.A: Willow TV
  • K: Sky Sports Cricket
  • New Zealand: Fox Sports
  • Malaysia: Astro Cricket HD

Being done with the TV channels, we would like to take you to the mobile apps and websites for live cricket streaming:

  • PTV Sports Live Streaming
  • HotStar Live Streaming
  • Willow Tv Live Streaming
  • Super Sports Live Streaming
  • Crictime Live Streaming
  • WebCric Live Streaming
  • CricHD Live Streaming
  • Mobile Cric Live Streaming

When you have got all of these sources, opening them and watching this year’s world cup is just a tap away.

England vs New Zealand World Cup Match Highlights:

Though it wouldn’t be fair being a cricket fan when you happen to miss out on this match. However, you can still catch up with England vs New Zealand match highlights right after the match on our website.

England vs New Zealand Squads for World Cup:

While the teams are still busy playing their yearly scheduled matches, the boards such as ECB and NCB haven’t yet announced the squads for World Cup 2019. However, we can still predict a list of 20 to 30 players who will be considered for their respective teams based on their recent players at domestic and international level.

England Cricket Team Squad for World Cup 2019:

Captain: Joe Root

  • MM Ali
  • ZS Ansari
  • JM Bairstow
  • JT Ball
  • SW Billings
  • TT Bresnan
  • SCJ Broad
  • JC Buttler
  • SM Curran
  • TK Curran
  • LA Dawson
  • BM Duckett
  • ST Finn
  • AD Hales
  • CJ Jordan
  • EJG Morgan
  • C Overton
  • LE Plunkett
  • AU Rashid
  • TS Roland-Jones
  • JE Root
  • JJ Roy
  • BA Stokes
  • OP Stone
  • JWA Taylor
  • RJW Topley
  • JM Vince
  • DJ Willey
  • CR Woakes
  • MA Wood

New Zealand Cricket Team Squad for World Cup 2019:

Captain: Kane Williamson

  • CJ Anderson
  • TD Astle
  • HK Bennett
  • TA Boult
  • DAJ Bracewell
  • NT Broom
  • DG Brownlie
  • MS Chapman
  • C de Grandhomme
  • AP Devcich
  • LH Ferguson
  • MJ Guptill
  • MJ Henry
  • SC Kuggeleijn
  • TWM Latham
  • AF Milne
  • C Munro
  • JDS Neesham
  • HM Nicholls
  • JS Patel
  • SHA Rance
  • L Ronchi
  • MJ Santner
  • TL Seifert
  • IS Sodhi
  • TG Southee
  • LRPL Taylor
  • BJ Watling
  • KS Williamson
  • GH Worker

England vs New Zealand Match Venue: Riverside Ground Facts.

Riverside Ground is also called Emirates Riverside Stadium and is a cricket ground in Durham, England. The stadium was established in 1995 and is the home to Durham County Cricket Club. The Lumley and Finchale End are the two ends in the stadium.

The first test in the stadium was played between England and Zimbabwe in 2003 while the first ODI played here was Pakistan vs Scotland in World Cup 1999. For international matches, this stadium can easily host 19,000 people.

Updated: July 9, 2019 — 3:47 pm

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