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World Cup 2019, India vs South Africa, Bangladesh vs New Zealand ODI Playing 11 Today Match, Squad, Players List: India begin their World Cup 2019 campaign against South Africa while Bangladesh take on New Zealand later in the day.

By: Sports Desk | Updated: June 6, 2019 11:39:54 am
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World Cup 2019, India vs South Africa, Bangladesh vs New Zealand Predicted Playing 11, Squad, Players List: India begin their World Cup 2019 campaign on Wednesday against South Africa in Southampton. Indian skipper Virat Kohli said in the press conference a day ahead of their opener that this World Cup is the toughest test of his career. The Men In Blue have had adequate rest. Meanwhile, South Africa’s confidence will be at its lowest following back-to-back defeats against England and Bangladesh. To make matters worse, senior speedster Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the tournament due to a shoulder injury and has been replaced by left-arm seamer Beuran Hendricks.

India vs South Africa Live Score, Updates

Meanwhile, New Zealand will stick to an unchanged line-up as they seek to build momentum in their second match of the World Cup against a fired-up Bangladesh at The Oval.

Bangladesh vs New Zeland Live Score, Updates

The match will be the first between the sides since Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand was cut short in March after a gunman killed 49 people and wounded more than 20 at two mosques in Christchurch.

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Ind vs SA, Ban vs NZ ODI Predicted Playing 11, World Cup 2019:


    14:46 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    South Africa choose to bat first
    14:09 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    It's a cloudy weather at Southamption!
    13:20 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    The Indian team has reached
    13:00 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Wishes pouring in
    12:58 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Cloudy Southampton

    With all the clouds in Southampton, it looks like it is going to rain. Indian fans, who have waited so long for this match, will not be happy. 

    12:17 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Gearing up for the big match
    12:01 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    ICC, why the delay?

    As India gears up for first match, Indian fans mock delay. Some memes to get you going before the start of the match!

    11:43 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Virat Kohli ready for HIStory

    As India start campaign, captain will take confidence from his squad, which has a personality that suits him. This is the band of men, the team that Kohli has carefully built over the last couple of years.

    11:21 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Kohli has performance butterflies ahead of the match

    "This is going to be the first World Cup for Virat Kohli as skipper and while addressing the media ahead of the match against South Africa, Kohli said that World up 2019 is going to be the toughest test of his career," he said. READ MORE

    10:52 (IST)05 Jun 2019

    India have played South Africa four times in the tournament but emerged victorious only once. And when India take on South Africa in Southampton, they will certainly look to repeat their showing in the 2015 WC

    10:45 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Blow for SA

    Dale Steyn has been ruled out of World Cup with a second shoulder injury, the "shoulder impingement syndrome", that hasn't responded to treatment.

    10:18 (IST)05 Jun 2019
    Predicted Playing XI

    Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the World Cup 2019 where we bring to you all the updates from on and off the field. It is finally the day when India open their campaign against a low-on-confidence South Africa. Later in the day, Bangladesh take on New Zealand. 

    There are usual butterflies before any big event but he doesn't feel anything different on a day before India's World Cup campaign sets rolling. "Honestly, for me, I have this feeling before every game that I play honestly and I can't differentiate. Yes, if you just say the word 'World Cup', it brings a different kind of feeling to your mind and heart. "In 2011 or 2015, I had similar kind of butterflies in my stomach. Even when you walk into play in a Test match and you walk in at 10-2 you have the same butterflies in the stomach, so that is a very consistent factor. When that starts going down, you know what comes next (indicating about retirement). "I'm glad it is going on and I'm feeling excited, anticipation and a bit of nerves as well which is always good for any sportsman to have, so it's pretty similar to the past.”