New Zealand vs South Africa World Cup 2019 Live Streaming, Preview, Teams, Results: ICC World Cup 2019 is all set to start its 25th match between New Zealand vs South Africa in Birmingham, after the completion of the 24th match on 18 June 2019 between England vs Afghanistan in Old Trafford, Manchester at 3:00 PM IST. New Zealand vs South Africa match is going to be held on 19th June 2019.
New Zealand vs South Africa: ICC World Cup 2019: Match 25 Details
- 19 June 2019
- New Zealand vs South Africa in Birmingham
- Edgbaston, Birmingham
- 3:00 PM IST
New Zealand vs South Africa: Where to Watch, Live Streaming, Ball By Ball Updates
- India: Star Sports, DD Sports, DD National (DD1)
- Australia: Fox Sports
- United Kingdom: Sky Sports
- United States: Willow TV
- South Africa: SuperSport
- New Zealand: Sky Sport
- Middle East & North Africa: OSN Sports Cricket HD
- Canada: ATN (Asian Television Network)
- Bangladesh: Gazi TV, Maasranga & BTV
- Sri Lanka: SLRC (Channel Eye)
- Caribbean: ESPN
- Afghanistan: Moby TV
- Pakistan: PTV Sports, Ten Sports, SonyLiv
- Hong Kong: Star Cricket, Now TV App
- Malaysia: Star Cricket, Astro Go
- Singapore: Star Cricket, Star Hub Go, Singtel
- Fiji: Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
- China: Fox Network Group
- Europe, Japan: ICC’s Facebook page
- India: Hotstar
- Japan: ICC’s Facebook Page
- Bangladesh: Rabbithole App
- New Zealand: Fan Pass
- United Kingdom: Sky Go
- Austria, Germany: Dazn
- Australia: Foxtel Sports
- South Africa: SuperSport
- Canada, Europe: Yupp TV
- Hong Kong: Now TV
- South America: ESPN, Willow TV
- MENA: OSN Play
Disclaimer: We are not providing Direct Live Streaming of the Match here. For Watching Online you have to go to the above-mentioned sites, pages or Apps.
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New Zealand vs South Africa in 2019 ICC World Cup Full Squad
Here is the full squad of New Zealand and South Africa in 2019 ICC World Cup
Team New Zealand Full Squad
Kane Williamson (c), Tom Blundell (wk), Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham (wk), Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee (vc), Ross Taylor
Team South Africa Full Squad
Faf du Plessis (c), Quinton de Kock (vc & wk), David Miller, JP Duminy, Hashim Amla, Aiden Markram, Rassie van der Dussen, Dwaine Pretorius, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Dale Steyn, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Imran Tahir, Tabraiz Shamsi
New Zealand vs South Africa Preview
Team New Zealand Preview
Talking about Black Caps, they have been improving their performances from past 5 years and it is expected that this time team New Zealand is going to be one of the strongest team in ICC World Cup 2019.
As of 20 February 2019, the ICC ranked the black caps 2nd in Tests, 3rd in ODIs as well as 6th in T20Is. Also, New Zealand reached the Finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 edition for the first time in its history, after beating South Africa in the semi-final, this also proves that they are really working hard to improve their performance since then.
Well, today we will talk about New Zealand game changer players who might help the black caps to win the tournament this time.
Well, talking about the New Zealand squad there are many of the players in the team whose individual performances is far more better than the other team players such as Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson, Tom Latham, Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Mitchell Santner and Ross Taylor, they all are in the top ranks of team New Zealand.
On the other hand, the disadvantage for New Zealand is that all these top players have not performed in a group all at once. The team has been winning frequently on the base of their specific sole performances rather than a true cooperative work.
For New Zealand, if they want to win the trophy this time then all these top players will have to perform all at once and chase in a group.
New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup Record
|1975||Semi-finalists||4th (8)||4||2||2||50 %|
|1979||3rd (8)||4||2||2||50 %|
|1983||Double Round-Robin stage||5th (8)||6||3||3||50 %|
|1987||6th (8)||6||2||4||33.33 %|
|1992||Semi-finalists||3rd (9)||9||7||2||77.78 %|
|1996||Quarter-finalists||7th (12)||6||3||3||50 %|
|1999||Semi-finalists||4th (12)||9||4||4||1||50 %|
|2003||Super Sixes||5th (14)||8||5||3||62.5 %|
|2007||Semi-finalists||3rd (16)||10||7||3||70 %|
|2011||4th (14)||8||5||3||62.5 %|
|2015||Runners-up||2nd (14)||9||8||1||88.89 %|
|Overview||Runners-up (once)||7th (20)||79||48||30||1||61.53 %|
Team South Africa Preview
Since the time of the tournament started in the year 1975, South Africa never got the title for once in the span of world cup edition till date. In the year 2015 World Cup campaign, they reached quarter-finals but was knocked-out further than.
This is quite a disappointment for all the supporters and fans of South-Africa cricket team and this time they have to work hard in order to attain the title for their country, fans, and supporters.
The South-African team game changer might be David Miller who is an influential batsman proficient of shifting the course of a match as well as a remarkable fielder.
South Africa Cricket World Cup Record
- Champions: 0
- Semi-finalists: 4 times
- Quarter Finalists: 42 times
- Group stage KnockOuts: 1 time
New Zealand vs South Africa Match 25 Result Prediction: “New Zealand Won By 4 Wickets”
Team New Zealand, they have played their opening match on 1 June 2019 at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, where New Zealand won by 10 wickets. And their second match was held on 5 June 2019 at the Oval, London, where New Zealand won by 2 wickets. The third match of New Zealand was played against Afghanistan, where New Zealand won by seven wickets. The next match against India was abandoned due to heavy rain.
The opening match of South Africa was played against England on 30th May 2019 in Kennington Oval, London at 3:00 PM IST, where England made a remarkable winning by 104 runs. The second match of South Africa was held on 2 June 2019 against Bangladesh in the Oval, London where Bangladesh won by 21 runs. South Africa made 309/8 in 50 overs. The third match was held on 5 June 2019 against Team India, where India won by 6 wickets.
The opening match of South Africa was played against England on 30th May 2019 in Kennington Oval, London at 3:00 PM IST, where England made a remarkable winning by 104 runs.
The second match of South Africa was held on 2 June 2019 against Bangladesh in the Oval, London where Bangladesh won by 21 runs. South Africa made 309/8 in 50 overs. The third match was held on 5 June 2019 against Team India, where India won by 6 wickets. The next match of South Africa was against West Indies, where the match was abandoned due to heavy rain. The fifth match was played against Afghanistan where South Africa won by 9 wickets (DLS method).
In this year tournament, New Zealand is in better form as compared to South Africa. New Zealand in their previous tournaments also has marked their great performance. South Africa, on the other hand, has mixed preparation for this year tournament, so we believe that New Zealand is going to win today’s tournament against South Africa.