After beating the tournament favourites India, New Zealand will now set their eyes against West Indies in their second and the last warm-up match in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Tuesday, May 28.

Live updates:

NZ 10/0 in 2 overs.

WI 421 [Hope 101]

The match will be played at the County Ground in Bristol. The match will begin at 9:30 AM GMT, 8:30 PM NZDT.

New Zealand defeated India by six wickets while West Indies' previous warm-up match against South Africa was called off due to rain after 13 overs of play in which they were several rain obstructions.

West Indies will face Pakistan first up on May 31 in Nottingham after the tournament begins. New Zealand will play their first match against Sri Lanka in Cardiff on June 1.

NZ vs WI warm-up broadcast details

Sky Sports will broadcast the NZ vs WI warm-up match live in New Zealand. ESPN Caribbean will broadcast the matches of the World Cup 2019 live on its network for the viewers in the Caribbean Islands. Caribbean fans can also catch the live streaming on the ESPN Caribbean play app. In New Zealand, the live streaming of the matches will be available on the website of Sky Sports or the app of Sky Go.

Read: GTV live cricket streaming Bangladesh vs Pakistan ICC World Cup Warm-up Sunday

Latham likely to miss the second warm-up match as well

Tom Latham missed out the previous match and the Kiwis are expected to rest the regular wicketkeeper in order to keep him fit for the main tournament. New Zealand would also want to finalise their final XI for their opening match based on the performances in this match or the previous match.

West Indies yet to decide their combination

West Indies didn't get an opportunity to bat in their previous match but they would see this match as an opportunity to seal their final XI for the matches as well. Under the leadership of Jason Holder, the team has an improvement in a significant amount, but now their only goal would be to have a great campaign at this World Cup.

Even though the chances of rain in Bristol is low, there could be overcast conditions which would support the swing bowlers on both sides. It will help them to get a bit of drift from the surface, and the ball could nip around a bit. Batting won't be much easier against the new ball, hence batsmen have to be cautious during the first powerplay.