ICC World Cup 2019 Final, England vs New Zealand: How to Watch Live Streaming Online From Anywhere

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There will be a new champion in the ICC Cricket World Cup when hosts England take on New Zealand at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground in London on Sunday (July 14).

New Zealand are going to make their successive appearance in the World Cup final after losing to Australia in 2015. Meanwhile, England have made it to finals after 27 years. The last time the hosts reached the finals was back in 1992. Both the teams will aim to lift the World Cup trophy for the first time. Whoever it is, one thing is for sure that the world of cricket will find a new trophy holder.

Match Details

Date: July 14 (Sunday)

Time: 9:30 AM (GMT), 10:30 AM (Local), 3:00 PM (IST) and 9:30 PM (New Zealand)

Venue: Lord’s, London

Head to head stats

Overall: England and New Zealand have faced off in 86 completed ODIs and it’s the Black Caps who have a 43-41 lead over the hosts.

In World Cups: It’s New Zealand who have a slender 5-4 lead over England in 9 World Cup games.

In England: England rule the roost on home turf as they hold a 17-12 lead over New Zealand in 29 completed ODIs.

At Lord’s: New Zealand and England have faced off on 2 occasions at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground and it’s the Black Caps who won both the encounters.

Where to Watch England vs New Zealand Live Streaming Online?

The following is a list of channels that will broadcast the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final.

Countries/RegionChannels Available
USAWillow TV | Hotstar US
AustraliaChannel 9 | Fox Sports
PakistanSony Liv
EnglandSky Sports
New ZealandSKY Sport
Middle EastWavo
South & Central AmericaESPN

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