India vs New Zealand live stream: how to watch Cricket World Cup 2023 semi-final free online and TV now as the Black Caps chase 398 to reach the final

 Devon Conway of New Zealand plays a shot during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup India 2023
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Watch FREE India vs New Zealand live stream

India vs New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup 2023 semi-finals is FREE to watch with a via 9Now in Australia and PTV Sports in Pakistan. In the US, it's live on ESPN Plus and Willow TV (via streaming service Sling) . In UK, you'll need Sky Sports. And you can use a VPN to watch your domestic India vs New Zealand live stream from anywhere, if you happen to be away from home.

Both teams unchanged from their final group stage games, and the match is underway. India won the toss and decided to bat first on what looks like a good pitch to set a target as Kiwi captain Kane Williamson says he would also have batted.

Virat Kohli led the way with his 50th ODI century as India scored a towering 397-3 that also featured a majestic 67-ball century form Shreyas Iyer. Kiwi seamer Trent Boult went around the park in his 10 overs, leaving New Zealand with a mountain to climb if they're to reach a third successive World Cup final. Their run chase will start shortly.

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India vs New Zealand:Wednesday 15 November 2023 | 8.30am GMT, 3.30am ET, 12.30am PT, 2pm IST, 7.30pm AEDT
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India vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup semi-final preview

If the group stage of the Cricket World Cup is a series on bite-size hors d'oeuvres designed to whet the appetite, then the knockout stage is an in-your-face burger, an all-out assault on the senses and dripping in intrigue. India vs New Zealand in the first semi-final more than lives up to that billing. A repeat of the 2019 last four clash in which the Black Caps won by just 18 runs, it features the highly fancied hosts desperate to end their curse against the Kiwis.   

India go into the encounter as undoubted favourites. Rohit Sharma and Co have swept all before them in their own backyard this tournament, winning nine out of nine group stage matches, including a four-wicket win over New Zealand nearly a month ago. Batter-supreme Virat Kohli is the tournament's top scorer, averages one run shy of a century and has more scores over 50 than anyone else, while skipper Sharma tops the list of most boundaries (and sixes) hit. The semi-final venue also holds fond memories for India – the Wankhede Stadium hosted the 2011 final, the last time they won the 50-over crown.

New Zealand, meanwhile, had won their first four group stage games before that India defeat sparked a run of four losses as the 2015 and 2019 runners-up only reached the knockout stage on net run rate after a final-game win against Sri Lanka. Kane Williamson, who recovered from injury just in time to captain the Black Caps in India, has an average in the 90s that is only bettered by Kohli, while strike bowler Trent Boult took 3/33 against Sri Lanka that helped secure progress. They remain an exceptionally experienced squad, full of determination to exorcise the ghosts of that 2019 super-over defeat to England in one of the most enthralling games of cricket in history. They upset the mighty Indians four years ago at this stage, why can't they do so again?

Make sure you know how to get an India vs New Zealand live stream from wherever you are. We've also listed the schedule and players at the bottom of this page.

Free India vs New Zealand 2023 live streams

If you're lucky enough to live in Australia, Channel 9 will show India vs New Zealand for FREE, live on TV and via the 9Now streaming service, along with the other semi-final and the final at the weekend.

Cricket fans in India can also enjoy every game of the 2023 World Cup, including India vs New Zealand, live and for free via the Hotstar mobile app for iOS and Android devices.

Meanwhile, in Pakistan, selected games will be shown for free on PTV Sports

Travelling outside India, Australia or Pakistan? No problem – use our favourite cricket VPN to unblock your regular streaming service from overseas. Details below.

Watch India vs New Zealand live stream from anywhere

You won't be able to watch your regular cricket live streams while travelling abroad. The streaming service will spot that you're in a foreign country and block you. You can use a VPN (virtual private network) to get around this, though.

It's a straightforward piece of software that sets your device to appear as if it's in a different country, allowing you to watch any Cricket World Cup 2023 live stream from anywhere in the world.

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How to use a VPN for India vs New Zealand

1. Install the VPN of your choice. ExpressVPN is the one we recommend.

2. Open up the VPN app and choose the location of the service you wish to access. For India vs New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup 2023, you may wish to choose 'Australia' for 9Now.

3. Then head over to 9Now  on your browser or device and enjoy the free India vs New Zealand live stream!

Watch India vs New Zealand live streams in the US

Cricket fans in the US can watch an India vs New Zealand live stream in the World Cup semi-finals on ESPN Plus, which can be accessed through many cable packages. 

The broadcaster has the rights to live stream all 48 matches at the tournament and a subscription costs $10.99 a month or $109.99 per year. It won't unlock all regular ESPN content, but it you will be able to catch thousands of live events, original shows and series that can't be found anywhere else (not even on the standard ESPN service). 

You can also watch the Cricket World Cup on the Willow TV cable channel, which is available with a Sling subscription that costs $10 a month. The cord-cutting service allows you to stream various channels live on up to three devices, as well as enjoying highlights and catch-up tv. There are no long contracts, either – if you're not happy , you can cancel at any time.

These services are only available within the States so be sure to use a VPN if you're a US subscriber stuck abroad. We recommend ExpressVPN as it's reliable and comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee.


ESPN Plus costs $10.99 per month for the basic package, but you can save over 15% by signing up for a year for $109.99. That brings access to more cricket, plus boxing, the NFL, MLB, NHL, PGA Tour golf, soccer, major tennis and even the UFC if you're happy to add the occasional PPV fee.

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Watch India vs New Zealand live stream in the UK

Great news cricket fans in the UK – India vs New Zealand is being broadcast on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.

Take a look at the best Sky TV deals if you're interested in watching the cricket, plus plenty more live sport, in top-quality resolution.

Even without a full Sky subscription, fans can enjoy a 2023 Cricket World Cup live stream with a Now day pass or a monthly pass. Here is our pick of the best Now deals.

TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport) customers can also enjoy the tournament so long as they're subscribed to the TNT Sports Big Sport Bundle, which includes the Sky Sports channels as well as the TNT and Discovery ones. You can add it to your BT/TNT package for £35 per month (reduced from the regular £43).

Virgin Media customers can watch the Cricket World Cup 2023 with a Sky Sports subscription through Virgin Media’s Bigger + Sports bundle.

If you have a Virgin TiVo box and access to TNT or Sky, you can watch on-the-go through Virgin's TV Anywhere app.

Remember, if you're away from Blighty at the minute, you need to use a VPN to access your local live stream from overseas – without being blocked.

Watch India vs New Zealand live stream in Australia for FREE

For cricket fans Down Under, you can watch India vs New Zealand for free on Channel 9. The broadcaster's 9Now streaming service has the rights to the semi-finals and final, and has been the home for every Australia match during the Cricket World Cup 2023. 

There's also a pay-TV option for cricket-loving Aussies. The Fox Sports channels have been showing every fixture in the tournament `and if you don't have those through Foxtel, you can try Kayo Sports. Kayo offers access to over 50 sports live and on-demand. Prices start at $25.

Away from Oz? Use a VPN to access your local live stream from overseas – without being blocked.

Watch India vs New Zealand live stream in India for FREE

For cricket lovers in India, and there are plenty of you, the good news is that every game of the 2023 World Cup – including India vs New Zealand – is being live streamed for free via the Hotstar mobile app (iOS and Android).

However, if you want to tune in on a larger screen over the smaller one, you'll need to pay for a Disney Star subscription. Matches will be shown live on a range of Star Sports channels.

Able to cut the cord and stream instead? Expect to pay around Rs 1,499 per month for Disney Star's all-access content plan.

If you already subscribe to one of those services but are outside of India right now, remember to sign up for a VPN service such as ExpressVPN to follow the World Cup live stream wherever you are are.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray is an award-winning sports writer and columnist. A fluent Spanish speaker and former semi-professional footballer, he was senior staff writer of world-leading football magazine FourFourTwo for seven years and continues to write and edit for them, national newspapers, websites and Premier League clubs. He is not a famous tennis player.