New Zealand vs South Africa : Rugby 2019, live stream, TV channel, line-ups, odds, tickets, Two teams in contrasting form go head-to-head at Edgbaston on Saturday when New Zealand take on South Africa.
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The Proteas began the World Cup with three successive defeats, and despite picking up their first win, against Afghanistan last time out, they are in must-win mode.
New Zealand, meanwhile, are one of only two unbeaten sides at the tournament, having won their first three matches and then had their meeting with India at Trent Bridge washed out last week.
However, those triumphs have come against probably the three weakest teams in the tournament, so they still have a bit to prove.
New Zealand look to have severaal of their key men in excellent form. South Africa do not, aand that should be enough to decide this clash.
How To Watch New Zealand vs South Africa Live Rugby Online
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Cricket and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99.
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
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The Black Caps are set to play in their fifth match of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, against South Africa in Birmingham tonight. Niall Anderson runs through all you need to know – well, at least most of what you need to know – about the clash.
Geez, hello to you too, straight in there with a weather question like small talk with the grandparents. I can understand why it’s the big question, after the anticipated clash with India was completely washed out, but I bring good news – we should be able to get a game in.
Hopefully. There is a chance of rain – nothing particularly long-lasting – until about midday, but after that the forecast looks promising. A few brief showers have hit the night before the game, but compared to Nottingham, where it was bucketing down for days on end, the Edgbaston groundstaff should have few problems getting the ground swiftly ready for play.
Rude! Well, the players haven’t had too much do, being trapped inside until two days ago, when they were able to enjoy their first outdoor training in 10 days. Indoor trainings, team quizzes and a few days to themselves kept the mood light though, and the players are raring to get out there against South Africa.