India vs New Zealand World Cup 2023 Semi-Final Live Updates: Today is the most important day for all Indian cricket fans, as the Men in Blue will face New Zealand. It’s time to take revenge for the defeat in the 2019 edition of the World Cup. Till now, India has remained unbeatable, as they have won nine out of nine matches and topped the point table, whereas the New Zealand cricket team has lost four out of nine matches and is ranked fourth in the point table.
India vs New Zealand Live Updates
All eyes will also be on Virat Kohli for his 50th century in the ODI World Cup. However, both teams are at their best, having the best performance. So it will be a very anticipating match for all the cricket lovers as both the teams will do whatever it takes to open their gates for the final.
India vs New Zealand Semi-Final Live Score: Weather report
The match will start within a couple of hours, and all the eyes are also on the weather. The match between the two cricket giants, Ind vs NZ, will be played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, and the temperature has been expected to be around 28 degrees Celsius with 49 percent humidity.
India vs New Zealand Semi-Final Live Score: Pitch report
The pitch of the Wankhede stadium is a balanced track and will likely stay intact throughout the match. The average score of the first innings of the last ten matches was around 318 at this stadium. Experts suggest fielding first at this stadium as the team batting in the second inning has a 60% chance of winning.
India vs New Zealand Live Score: New Zealand’s record in World Cup semifinals
- 1975: Lost by five wickets to West Indies
- 1979: Lost by nine runs to England
- 1992: Lost by four wickets to Pakistan
- 1999: Lost by nine wickets to Pakistan
- 2007: Lost by 81 runs to Sri Lanka
- 2011: Lost by five wickets to Sri Lanka
- 2015: Beat South Africa by four wickets
- 2019: Beat India by 18 runs
- 1983, 1987, 1996, and 2003 – Didn’t qualify
India vs New Zealand Live Score: India’s record in World Cup semifinals
- 1983: Beat England by six wickets
- 1987: Lost by 35 runs to England
- 1996: Lost by default to Sri Lanka
- 2003: Beat Kenya by 91 runs
- 2011: Beat Pakistan by 29 runs
- 2015: Lost by 95 runs to Australia
- 2019: Lost by 18 runs to New Zealand
- 1975, 1979, 1992, 1999, and 2007 – Didn’t qualify
So, are you ready for this iconic clash between the two giants of Cricket? Please tell us in the comment section which team you support in today’s ODI World Cup 2023 Match.