After two one sided match of the cricket world cup 2019 as England beat South africa and Windies beat Pakistan easily a contest of the world cup 2019 will be carry one today too with the Match No. 3 between New Zealand Sri Lanka. This CWC 2019 Match of 1 June between New Zealand vs Sri Lanka to be starts from the 3-00 PM IST Time, 10:30 AM Local time at Cardiff venue.
Time, Date and Match Venue
Check out below the Full information of the Today’s Match of World cup 2019 Fixtures.
|Match||New Zealand vs Sri Lanka (NZ vs SL)|
|When||1 June 2019|
|Competition||Cricket World Cup 2019|
|Kickoff time||10:30 Local Time (UTC+1 Timezone)|
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 1 June ODI Match Where to Watch, Live Stream, Telecast Details
ICC Who recently revealed the Full list of the Broadcaster for the 21st Century as Fox bagged the rights for the ICC Major Events. As per Official released on ICC, Star sports network to be telecast the ICC world cup warm up Matches in India and their sub continent countries while Fox sports to be bag the rights for the Australia. Online Viewers enjoy the Match action live online streaming via visiting the Foxtel and Hotstar.
Today’s 1 June 2019 Cricket world cup Match-3 of New Zealand vs Srilanka to be telecast and broadcast live via various channel from the below list.
Pakistan Fans enjoy this NZ vs SLWorld cup Match to be live telecast and coverage on PTV sports / Ten sports website while Sri Lankan fans may watch this 1 June NZ vs SL ODI world cup match live in channel eye and hotstar website.
Indian Viewers enjoy the NZ vs SL world cup games live on star sports various channel of Star Sports 1+Star Sports 1HD+Star Sports 1 Hindi+Star Sports 1 HD Hindi+Star Sports 1 Tamil+Star Sports 1 Telugu+Star Sports 1 Kannada+Star Sports 1 Bangla as live coverage begin from the 3-00 PM IST time.
TV channel List
Afghanistan – Moby TV & Hotstar
Australia – Fox Sports, Channel 9, Kayo Live Stream, SEN Radio & Macquarie Sports Radio
Bangladesh – BTV, GTV, Maasranga, Rabbitholebd & Bangladesh Betar (Radio)
England – Sky Sports, SkyGo, NowTV & BBC Radio
India – Star Sports Network, Doordarshan, Hotstar & All India Radio
Ireland – Sky Sports, NowTV & BBC Radio
New Zealand – Sky Sports Nz & SkyGo Fan Pass
Pakistan – Ten Cricket, PTV Sports & SonyLiv
South Africa – Super Sports & SuperSport App
Sri Lanka – Ten Sports, SLRC Channel Eye & Hotstar
West Indies/Caribbean Islands – ESPN & ESPN Play
Zimbabwe – SuperSports & SuperSport App
Asia Central Region – Hotstar Website & App
Canada – ATN Cricket Plus
Europe – Hotstar Website & App
Hong Kong – Star Cricket & Now TV
Malaysia – Fox International & Astro Go
The Middle East – OSN CricHD, Eleven Sports & Wavo Stream
North Africa – OSN
North America – ESPN
Oceania – Digicel & Digicel Play
Scotland – Sky Sports, SkyGo & Now TV
Singapore – Star Cricket, Star Hub Go & Singtel
South American Counties – ESPN Website, ESPN Brazil (Stream) & ESPN Play South
Sub-Saharan Africa – Super Sports
United Arab Emirates – OSN & Wavo
United States of America – Willow TV
Did you know?
– Sri Lanka have the lowest win percentage (28.24) since the last World Cup among the 10 participating teams in this edition. They are 0-4 in games at Cardiff
– Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor share a prolific average partnership of 90.11 in the UK. Their last six stands here read: 121, 206, 101, 99, 95 & 83
– In the ODIs since April 2015, Sri Lanka have lost the most wickets (132) while New Zealand have taken the joint-most number of wickets (120) in the first PowerPlay
What captain said ahead of the game
“It’s about the kind of cricket we want to be playing, showing the characteristics and attributes that are important to us as a side to try and be a competitive side day in day out and we know, we can beat anyone” – Kane Williamson doesn’t believe in the noises from outside about his side’s chances in the World Cup.
“I think all the members in our squad have done really well in the domestic level that’s why selectors want to give them a chance All the other guys, in the last couple of years, failed to perform, that’s why selectors want to give chance to those who do well in the domestic season” – Dimuth Karunaratne sees rationale in the last-minute assembling of the squad.