The Lord's Cricket Ground in London is all set to host a day-night match for the second time in its long history as New Zealand and Australia gear up for their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash on Saturday, June 29.

The match will start at 12:30 PM GMT, 10:30 PM AEST, 12:30 AM NZST (June 30). Both the teams from the Trans Tasman area would be geared up for this battle.

Australia won the toss and elected to bat.

Latest Score: 126/5 in 28 overs.

Australia is leading the points table currently with six wins and one loss from seven matches. New Zealand, on the other hand, is at the third position on the points table with five wins and a loss from their seven matches.

Their other match against India was called off due to rain.

AUS vs NZ broadcast details

Fox Sports will broadcast AUS vs NZ Live in Australia. Foxtel Sports and Kayo Sports will together provide online streaming of the match in Australia via their respective apps and websites.

Sky Sports will telecast the match live in New Zealand. SkyGo app and Sky Sports website will stream the match live for the viewers in New Zealand.

Star Sports will broadcast the match live in India. Hotstar will provide the online streaming of the match in the Indian subcontinent.

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Australia likely to stick to the same unit

Australia has had an interesting way of choosing their XI during this World Cup.

Nathan Coulter-Nile was their first choice as the third pacer for a long time into the time but Jason Behrendorff's fifer against England at the Lord's means he should be getting a chance ahead of Coulter-Nile against the Kiwis.

Other than this, Nathan Lyon has bowled well in the previous match but went wicketless. Lyon could hold his spot as Adam Zampa hasn't really come to the party for the Aussies in this tournament.

Basically, Australia could go with an unchanged side for this match.

Kiwis expected to change their XI for the first time in this tournament

Apart from Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson, rest of the New Zealand batsmen have really struggled in this tournament. Tom Latham, Colin Munro and Martin Guptill have hardly scored runs and the Kiwis will be mindful of that.

Henry Nicholls is the most likely candidate to come into the side ahead of this clash and it is expected that he will don the wicket-keeping gloves as well.

Ish Sodhi is another bowler who could come into the side in place of Mitchell Santner.

By the time the match starts in the afternoon, the pitch at Lord's would have got an ample amount of sunshine which could make the surface dry. This will surely invite the spinners into the play.

The tinge of green of the surface will also give the seamers a sniff. The weather is expected to be completely dry and batting would be easier during the day.