Who will win India vs New Zealand, Semi-Final ICC CWC 2019?

India face New Zealand at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester, in the first of Those two ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-finals.

The game occurs on July 9 and the live action begins at 10:30 local time.

IND vs NZ, ICC CWC 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming
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IND vs NZ Toss Prediction
Teams, such as India and New Zealand, have favoured batting first at Old Trafford and the group opening up has generally gone on to triumph. This could be a toss.

IND vs NZ Weather Report
Frustratingly, rain is set to come back to Manchester on Tuesday and there might be a couple of interruptions due to showers.

Should IND vs NZ Semi-Final what is Rained Out?

There’s a chance of the match being washed out because of rain, and if it does, then both the teams will face each other on Friday which has been set as the book day with this semi-final. However, rain was forecast for this day as well so the major question that arises here is that will play the finals in the event the reserve day too gets washed out. In that case, it is India that will progress to play the finals on Sunday due to the high position (first) at the standings than New Zealand (fourth).IND Team News
India rested Mohammed Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal to their final group match against Sri Lanka, together with Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav earned. Both changes are likely to be reversed for the semi-final, nevertheless. Dinesh Karthik has been selected before Kedar Jadhav and can be set to bat at number seven.

IND Key Players
Rohit Sharma has been the stand-out batsman of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, scoring his fifth century in eight innings as India saw off Sri Lanka last time outside. Sharma has scored 100s in his last three consecutive games in his way into some tournament-high 647 runs in total.

Virat Kohli is India’s second highest run-scorer, having scored five consecutive half-centuries throughout the group stage. The India captain has struck 442 runs in total at a mean of 63.14 after his unbeaten 34 against Sri Lanka.

KL Rahul, opening the batting, hit 111 in that game and shared a 189-run partnership with Sharma to proceed to 360 runs from eight innings in complete.

Together with the ball, Jasprit Bumrah claimed three wickets to return to the top of India’s wicket-taking graphs with 17, complemented with a superb economy rate of 4.48 runs per over. Mohammed Shami will be pushing for a recall after taking 14 wickets in only four games, while spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has taken 11 in seven matches.

IND Team Form
India bounced back from their only group stage defeat — a 31-run defeat to hosts England at Edgbaston – by beating Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to sign off on a top.

Rohit Sharma scored 104. Jasprit Bumrah then maintained 4-55 as India bowled the Tigers out for 286 in reply.

Sharma then hit a second century his fifth of the championship and third in a row — to lead India to a commanding victory against Sri Lanka. He scored 103 and KL Rahul forged 111 as India needed only 43.3 overs to chase 265 and win by seven wickets.

The Journey at World Cup 2019 of india
India made a perfect start to their World Cup campaign, beating the likes of South Africa, Australia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the West Indies to win their first five completed matches on the bounce. Their third fixture was against New Zealand that had to be called off due to rain without a ball bowled. After beating the Windies, India subsequently took on the hosts England and suffered a 31-run loss – their only defeat in the championship up to now. They, however, returned to winning ways using back-to-back wins over Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to complete at the top of the leaderboard with 15 points.

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