India vs New Zealand, World Cup, 1st Semi-final Match Details & Playing 11

India vs New Zealand, World Cup, 1st Semi-final Match Details

The first semi-final match of the World Cup 2019 between India and New Zealand will be played on Tuesday. The winning team will enter the World Cup final on July 14. While the loser will have to go out of the World Cup. The World Cup has been fantastic for the Indian team, in the entire tournament the team had to face only one defeat in England. At the same time, the league match against New Zealand was canceled due to rain.

India vs New Zealand World Cup

In this case, both teams will face face-to-face in the semifinals for the first time. However, before the World Cup 2019 began, a practice match was played between the two teams, which the New Zealand team managed to win. The Indian team can make two changes in the semi-finals. In place of Kuldeep and Bhuvneshwar, Mohammed Shami and Yuswendra Chahal can be given a chance.

Possible Playing 11

India: Kl Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (captain), R Pant,  Dhoni (wicketkeeper), D Karthik, H Pandya, R Jadeja, M Shami, Y Chahal, and J Bumrah

New Zealand: H Nicholas, M Guptill, K Williamson (captain), R Taylor, T Latham (wicketkeeper), de Grandhomme, J Neesham, M Santner, T Bolt, M Henry, Tim Southee.

Rod Tucker will be the third Umpire

The role of the third umpire in the match between India and New Zealand will be played by Australia’s road tuck while England’s Nigel Long will be the fourth umpire. Australia’s former international cricketer David Boon will be the match referee.

During the match, these will be the umpire

Richard Illingworth and Richard Kettleborough’s England pair will play the field umpire in the first semi-final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in Manchester on Tuesday between India and New Zealand. Following the end of the Group stage, the ICC announced the umpires and match officials for the two World Cup semi-finals on Sunday.

It may rain

In England on the day of the match against New Zealand, it can rain in England between 11 am and 12 am. After this, the probability of rain is expected between 1 pm and then between 6 pm and 7 pm.

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