#NZ New Zealand World Cup 2019 Squad, Team Players, Playing 11, Fixtures & Statistics

#NZ New Zealand World Cup 2019 Squad, Team Players, Playing 11, Fixtures and Statistics: The ICC World Cup is going to start from 30 May 2019 where several international cricket teams are going to face-off each other till 14 July 2019.  The fixture of the matches has been declared and every team is up with their squads to eliminate other teams. New Zealand also declared its squad on April 3, 2019. The coach of the team is Gary Stead. The declared squad is a 15-man squad including Kane Williamson as the captain of the team. So, here are the squad, fixtures and statistics of the team New Zealand. Australia World Cup 2019 Squad

ICC World Cup 2019: New Zealand’s Squad

The squad that is declared is a 15-man squad in which there are 7 batsmen, 5 bowlers and 3 all-rounders. Here is the list of players that are going to play in the 12th edition of Cricket World Cup. India vs New Zealand Live Streaming


Kane Williamson (c) (age 28)

Tom Blundell (wk) (age 28)

Martin Guptill (age 32)

Tom Latham (wk) (age 27)

Colin Munro (age 32)

Henry Nicholls (age 27)

Ross Taylor (age 35)


Tim Southee (vc) (age 30)

Trent Boult (age 29)

Lockie Ferguson               (age 27)

Matt Henry (age 27)

Ish Sodhi (age 26)


Colin de Grandhomme (age 32)

James Neesham (age 28)

Mitchell Santner (age 27)

ICC World Cup 2019 Live Streaming

ICC World Cup 2019: New Zealand’s Fixtures

Here is the fixture list or the list that you can say contains every match that New Zealand is playing in this World Cup. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Full Schedule

1 June 2019 New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Cardiff

5 June 2019 – Bangladesh vs New Zealand, The Oval

8 June 2019 – Afghanistan vs New Zealand, Taunton

13 June 2019 – India v New Zealand, Trent Bridge

19 June 2019 – New Zealand v South Africa, Edgbaston (10:30 BST)

22 June 2019 – West Indies v New Zealand, Old Trafford

26 June 2019 – New Zealand v Pakistan, Edgbaston

29 June 2019 – New Zealand v Australia, Lord’s

3 July 2019 – England v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street

9 July 2019 – First semi-final: 1st v 4th, Old Trafford (To Be Decided)

11 July 2019 – Second semi-final: 2nd v 3rd, Edgbaston (To Be Decided)

14 July 2019 – Final, Lord’s (To Be Decided)

World Cup 2019 Points Table

NZ World Cup 2019: Statistics

New Zealand has played in World Cup many times and is considered a strong team but unfortunately New Zealand has not won any World Cup’s trophies once in its career. New Zealand has been runner-up once. New Zealand reached final in 2015 in which the team was defeated by Australia. Australia defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets. This year, New Zealand will be playing 3 warm-up matches with Australia and the matches will be played on 5 , 7 and 9 May. The warm-up series will be played in Brisbane. New Zealand has strong batting lineup and with the all-rounders like Colin de Grandhomme, James Neesham and Mitchell Santner, they have pretty toned team for this WC.