South Africa vs New Zealand cricket live streaming & score: WC 2015 semi-final

March 23, 2015, By Priyanka Agarwal

Adam Milne, the New Zealand pacer who put up a powerful show against West Indies in the quarter final will not be playing the semi final as New Zealand is gearing up for the mighty clash against South African on March 24, 2015.

South Africa has won the toss and decided to bat first.  After rain shortened the game to 43 overs a side. South Africa scored 281 runs in 43 overs.

The final score for New Zealand to chase is 298 runs to win the match and reach the final.

The match will be played at Auckland. The high octane battle will begin at 06:30 AM, and it will be shown live in Star Sports.

SA vs NZ toss

Adam Milne’s absence is expected to affect the hopes of New Zealand in a negative manner. The aspiring pacer is suffering from a heel injury, and he is expected to return to ground in five to six days.

When last reports came in, the SA score was 27/1 in six overs. Follow the SA vs NZ live score here.

The pitch in Auckland is flat, and in all probabilities, the team who win the toss will choose batting first.

South Africa was considered as the top favorites when they reach Australia for the World Cup. But two unexpected blows from India and Pakistan put their chances in between the two axes, but later, the porteas bounced back with a series of wins.

New Zealand on the other hand have tasted seven consecutive wins in this tournament. The team is well settled under the captaincy of Brendon McCullum. The team has a strong batting and bowling line up which is blended with both young bloods and veterans.

Sky Sports is telecasting the match in United Kingdom. Pakistan Cricket viewers can watch the live telecast in PTV Sports.

The official websites of PTV Sports and Star Sports are live streaming the match for online audience.

Watch the live streaming online on Star Sports here or HERE.

Tim Southee and Trent Boult are their bowling king pins in this tournament. Daniel Vettori, the veteran spinner has still some ammunition in his arsenal.

Last match, he took a blinder against West Indies, and it played a crucial role in determining the success of New Zealand in the Quarter Final.

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