England take on New Zealand today with their Cricket World Cup hopes on the line.
Eoin Morgan’s side claimed a vital win against India last time out, ending Virat Kohli’s side’s winning run.
The hosts know that a victory today against the Kiwis will take them into the semi-final stage.
But a defeat to Kane Williamson and co could spell elimination for one of the pre-tournament favourites.
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This huge World Cup clash is set for Wednesday, July 3 with play getting under way at Chester-le-Street in Durham at 10:30am.
The game is being broadcast live by Sky Sports and you can catch all the action from this particular clash on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event.
Sky Sports subscribers can head to Sky Go to stream the action.
If you’re not a Sky subscriber, you can still watch by grabbing a NOW TV pass from £8.99.
This will allow you to watch on any NOW TV supported device, including your mobile, tablet, games console, TV box or computer.
If you’re watching in New Zealand, Sky Sport is the place to head for TV coverage, with the local version of Sky Go allowing you to stream.
Download the Sky Go app to live stream wherever you are.
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