India New Zealand Match Live Streaming: India vs New Zealand T20 Cricket Match: Where to Watch, Live Streaming and Other Info

After a heartbreaking loss in the semi-finals of the recently concluded ICC Men’s T20 World Cup tournament, Team India will face the Black Caps in their first T20 match of the India Tour of New Zealand on November 18th. During this tour there will be three T20 and ODI matches between two teams. Both teams failed to live up to expectations and lost their semi-final matches of the T20 World Cup tournament and the English cricket team eventually won the title. Here is all the information you need to live stream and prepare Team India:

  1. When will the first IND vs NZ T20 match take place and where will it be held?
    The first T20 game between India and New Zealand is scheduled for Friday 18 November at 12:00 PM IST. The game will be played at the Wellington Regional Stadium in New Zealand.
  2. Where to Watch IND vs NZ T20 Match Online?
    The cricket series is live streamed on Amazon Prime Video and aired on the DD Sports channel. Additionally, Prime Video will stream the India Tour of New Zealand live in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada.
  3. How do I get an Amazon Prime Video subscription?
    To watch the India vs New Zealand game you need an Amazon Prime subscription. Prime membership costs Rs 179 (monthly), Rs 459 (quarterly) and Rs 1,499 (yearly). Prime membership also gives you access to Amazon Prime Shopping, Prime Video for movies and shows, and Amazon Music, among others.

Meanwhile, India’s deputy head coach VVS Laxman said Thursday that Team India will try to pack the side with T20 specialists as they seek a course correction after yet another World Cup defeat.

Speaking to the media ahead of the New Zealand limited overs tour, Laxman said multidimensional players are the order of the day in T20 cricket.

“In white ball cricket you need specialized players and in the future you will see a lot more T20 specialists in T20 cricket. T20 cricket has shown us over the years that you need multidimensional cricketers,” predicted the current NCA boss the opening T20I on Friday.

“We have bowlers who can bat and thugs who can bowl. A greater number of bowlers who can hit allows the team to have depth and hitters the freedom to go out and express themselves.

“I think that’s the need of an hour and more and more teams will incorporate that into their selection process and identify multidimensional players.”

The next T20 World Cup is two years away but India will hit the reset button with the three games against New Zealand followed by as many ODIs.

In Rohit Sharma’s absence, Hardik Pandya will lead the team and is considered the future captain of the T20 unit. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are the other top batters rested for the series.

“T20 cricket requires a lot of freedom and clear thinking and whatever I’ve spent with these players and seen them grow in international cricket, that’s their strength.

“It’s important to play with that freedom, but you also have to assess the conditions and meet the needs of the team,” said Laxman.

“All players trust Hardik”

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