India face New Zealand to mark the start of the third week of matches at the Cricket World Cup.
India demolished South Africa in their opening clash before besting Australia in a high quality showdown at the Oval.
New Zealand have won all three of their matches so far, meaning one of these two sides will lose their 100 per cent record in the competition so far.
Fans around the world will be keen to soak up the action, but how can you watch the match in the UK?
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch India v New Zealand on TV and online.
What time is India v New Zealand?
India v New Zealand will begin at 10:30am on Thursday 13th June 2019.
Where is India v New Zealand?
The game will take place at Trent Bridge, Nottingham which holds up to 17,500 fans.
How to watch India v New Zealand on TV and live stream
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Cricket World Cup and Main Event from 10:00am (UK time).
Sky Sports subscribers can also stream the match via the SkyGo app.
If you don’t have Sky, you can watch the match through NOW TV. You can get a Sky Sports day pass for £8.99, a week pass for £14.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without needing a contract. NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.
How to watch Cricket World Cup highlights for FREE in the UK
You can watch full highlights of every Cricket World Cup fixture on Channel 4 throughout the tournament.
How to listen to the Cricket World Cup on radio
Fans can tune in to live coverage of the match on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra from 9:30am.
For the full list of radio coverage times throughout the tournament, see the full schedule here.
How to watch Cricket World Cup fixtures in India
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Cricket World Cup fixtures
There are 48 matches in total for cricket fans around the world to soak up from May to July.
Check out our detailed Cricket World Cup fixtures guide for the full list of matches, previews and TV information.
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