What channel is New Zealand v Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup 2023 match on? TV coverage, live stream and UK time
Check out how to watch New Zealand v Sri Lanka in the Cricket World Cup 2023, including TV and radio coverage, UK time and our key player to watch.
New Zealand play Sri Lanka in Bengaluru, with a win for the Black Caps securing them a place in the semi-finals.
This is, in effect, a quarter-final for the Black Caps. There is a world where they can lose and still make it through, but it’s not one they’ll want to rely on, with a win for either Afghanistan or Pakistan in their final group matches meaning they will advance instead of them.
It didn’t have to be this way for the Kiwis. Four wins from their first four matches meant they had one foot already in the next round, but four losses on the bounce has led to a high-pressure encounter against a Sri Lanka team who have suffered a poor tournament and won just two matches.
New Zealand have a number of injury concerns, with Kyle Jamieson expected to make his first appearance in the tournament after fellow bowler Matt Henry left the squad due to injury.
On paper, the Kiwis are favourites and should win. But pressure does funny things in sport, and it is up to the Black Caps to rise to the occasion.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch New Zealand v Sri Lanka on TV and online, as well as our pick for key player to watch.
When is New Zealand v Sri Lanka?
New Zealand v Sri Lanka will take place on Thursday 9th November 2023.
Check out our Cricket World Cup on TV guide for the latest times and information.
New Zealand v Sri Lanka UK time
New Zealand v Sri Lanka will start at 8:30am.
What TV channel is New Zealand v Sri Lanka on?
You can watch the match live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event from 8am.
You can add the Sky Sports Cricket channel for just £18 per month or pick up the complete sports package for just £25 per month.
How to live stream New Zealand v Sri Lanka online
Sky Sports customers can live stream the match via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.
You can also watch the match via NOW without signing up to a contract.
NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW is also available via TNT Sports.
Listen to New Zealand v Sri Lanka on radio
You can listen to the match on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra, which is available on DAB radio or you can tune into the station via most TV packages.
You can also listen to Radio 5 Sports Extra via the BBC Sounds app, or online via the BBC Sport website and app.
New Zealand v Sri Lanka key player to watch
Glenn Phillips (New Zealand)
The Kiwis XI hinges on Phillips's ability to offer with both the bat and the ball. Such are the injury troubles that New Zealand are suffering from, in their last fixture Phillips was selected as one of their five frontline bowlers, on top of batting in the top six.
He has had success against Sri Lanka in the past, and his country will need him to find that form again.
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