New Zealand and Pakistan will clash at Edgbaston, Birmingham in what will be match number 33 of the ICC World Cup 2019, on 26 June 2019. The match will begin at 10.30 AM GMT, 09.30am local time.

The game is crucial for Pakistan, and it must win the game to remain in contention for the semi-final slot.

Live updates:

New Zealand 23/2 in 6 overs

Toss: New Zealand

PTV Sports live streaming info

PTV Sports and Ten Sports will telecast Pakistan, and New Zealand match live in Pakistan. will provide live streaming of the game in the Indian subcontinent through the app and the website for the premium users.

Sky Sport will telecast Pakistan, and New Zealand match live in New Zealand. and will provide live streaming of the game in the region.

Read: India v New Zealand live streaming on Star Sports at 3 PM IST: ICC WC 2019

Most consistent team against its most unpredictable

The two sides are as alike as cheese and chalk.

On the one hand, we have the Kiwis who have been consistently performing well in all its matches and have not lost a single game. On the other hand, Pakistan is one of the most inconsistent performing team frittering away their chances and has landed them in the most challenging situation.

They have performed brilliantly against England before losing continuously against both Australia and India.

However, the championship has evolved into an exciting possibility, and every team except Afghanistan and South Africa have an excellent chance to make into the top four slots.

New Zealand a well-balanced performance

New Zealand is placed comfortably in the top spot, and a win or loss will not make a lot of difference.

The Kiwis have excelled in all the departments of the game. Their skipper has led from the front while Ross Taylor has been in a supporting role. Colin de Grandhomme has contributed both by the bat and the ball and has amply complemented the pace attack.

The Kiwi bowlers are looking as menacing as ever, and it will require a lot of efforts by the Pakistani batsmen to tackle them. Trent Boult can penetrate any defence with his swing while Lockie Ferguson’s pace can draw jitters in the most seasoned batsmen. The only chink in the Kiwi armour is their vulnerability against spin.