Predicted Mumbai Playing XIs, Live Streaming, Pitch Report, and Weather Forecast

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Get all the details for India vs New Zealand semifinal in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 at Mumbai.

India and New Zealand will face off in the first semi-final of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at 2:00 pm IST at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. This will be the second World Cup semi-final meeting between the two teams. In their previous encounter in 2019, New Zealand emerged victorious, knocking India out of the tournament with an 18-run win. As they prepare for another showdown, the stage is set for a high-stakes battle on the iconic Wankhede wicket.

India vs New Zealand live-streaming details

IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: When is India vs New Zealand match to be played?

The India vs New Zealand match will be played on Wednesday, October 15.

IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: At what time India vs New Zealand match will be played?

The India vs New Zealand match will be played at 2:00 pm IST.

IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: Where will India vs New Zealand match be played?

The India vs New Zealand match will be played at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: Where to watch the live telecast of the India vs New Zealand match?

The live telecast of the India vs New Zealand match can be watched on all Star Sports Network channels.

IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: How to live-stream the India vs New Zealand match online?

The India vs New Zealand match live-streaming can be watched on the Disney+ Hotstar app and website.

Weather report

According to AccuWeather, Mumbai will have sunny weather with a minimum temperature of 26 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of 34 degrees Celsius. The day has no threat of rain with 44 per cent humidity in the air at a wind speed of 14 km per hour.

Pitch report

Historically, the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai has been known for its high-scoring encounters. The pitch is a batting wicket with small boundaries that give easy fours and sixes. However, from a bowling point of view, the pitch is known to assist spinners a bit. But the size of the boundaries might be a problem for slower bowlers.