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How to watch the Australia vs New Zealand World Cup Cricket match

Posted: 29 June 2019 3:26 pm

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It's a top of the table clash in the Cricket World Cup with Australia vs New Zealand. Here is you can live stream the entire match or watch it on demand.

Another huge night at the 2019 Cricket World Cup on June 29, as Australia takes on cross-Tasman rivals New Zealand (see our NZ team guide) in a top of the table clash. Both teams have been playing well, although New Zealand is coming off a rather limp loss, where Australia has been building with every game. A victory against the number one ranked England side in its last outing a real confidence booster.

There's plenty pointing to an Aussie victory when we dive into the 2019 World Cup statistics. The two highest run scorers in the 2019 Cricket World Cup thus far are David Warner (500 @ 83.33) and Aaron Finch (496 @ 70.85). While Smith (282 @ 40.28) isn't far behind. New Zealand, on the other hand, has been heavily reliant on just Kane Williamson (414 @ 138).

When we look at the bowlers, Australia's Mitchell Starc is the 2019 Cricket World Cup's leading wicket taker with 19, backed up by Pat Cummins (10 wickets). For New Zealand, Lockie Ferguson (16 wickets) and Trent Boult (9 wickets) have offered similar value. It's going to be a tight and entertaining contest!

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When does Australia vs New Zealand cricket match start?

StageMatchDateStart time (AEST)TeamsVenueWhere to watch
Group37Saturday 29 June22:30New Zealand vs AustraliaLord'sKayo Sports, Foxtel, 9Gem

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Watch Australia vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup live stream

We've been following the 2019 Cricket World Cup very closely, and we already have a very detailed guide on how to watch every match of the tournament. Obviously, Australia vs New Zealand is one of the highlight matches, so in this article we'll give you a quick overview of your best options for watching the game live.

The easiest method is to tune in to 9Gem, which will broadcast Australia vs New Zealand live. You'll need to suffer through the ads, of course, but this is an attainable and free option for most Australian fans. However, it's not necessarily your best option. And it won't help you at all if you are looking for a replay the next day.

Our pick is Kayo Sports, the live sports streaming service that launched in Australia at the end of 2018. It features over 50 sports live and on-demand, including every game of the Cricket World Cup. There's a handy 14-day free trial, so it's easy to try out for yourself, and it runs on your PC or Mac via a browser, on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, or on your TV via Chromecast, Android TV, Apple TV or Telstra TV.

The reason we like Kayo Sports is the breadth of content, the competitive price ($25 for two simultaneous streams once the trial runs out), the HD content, its great Netflix style UI and the host of unique viewing features that you cannot get anywhere else. Plus, you can watch a replay on-demand during more friendly hours the next day, or catch the entire match condensed into 30 minutes (of every World Cup game) should that suit better.

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