Ahead of India's clash against New Zealand in the semi-final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, captain Virat Kohli confirmed that his entire squad is fully fit. The match will be played on Tuesday, July 9 at the Old Trafford Cricket Stadium in Manchester.

India had topped the points table in the league stages with 15 points while New Zealand finished at the fourth position with 11 points

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NZ wins toss and bat first

Star Sports IND vs NZ Semi final broadcast

Star Sports will broadcast the semi-final match live in India.

Hotstar will live stream the match via the app and the website in the Indian subcontinent.

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

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India big decision on their bowling unit

India will face a problem of plenty once again when they go out to play their crucial semi-final.

With Bhuvaneshwar Kumar getting injured midway through the tournament, Mohammad Shami came in and has had a great competition so far. Considering that, it will be quite interesting to see what kind of bowling attack does India go in with against New Zealand.

Dinesh Karthik is likely to remain at no. 7, but beyond that number, it seems only Chahal and Bumrah's place is confirmed so far.

For the rest of the two spots, there will be a fierce showdown between Shami, Bhuvi, Kuldeep, and Jadeja. The batting order will undoubtedly be as same as the last league match.

New Zealand's batting worries

New Zealand's concern over their batting order continues as they look to face an uphill task against India.

They could do it two ways, either bring back Colin Munro and drop Henry Nicholls or interchange the batting positions of Nicholls and Tom Latham. Other than this, Lockie Ferguson is expected to return to the side after missing out from the previous match. Tim Southee is expected to miss out.

The Manchester pitch is generally good for batting, and it has been the case for the entire tournament. If that continues, we can expect a cracker of a match with quite a few runs on the board. The rain is unlikely to play a significant spoilsport, but there could be some showers.