2019 Cricket World Cup: Windies face must-win situation against New Zealand

Match begins at 6pm (IST). 
Their effort deflated after ancient promise, the West Indies confront a do-or-die struggle against a confident-looking New Zealand at a vital World Cup tie in Manchester on Saturday.
Together with Chris Gayle, the West Indies' batting has begun clicking but the functionality of the bowlers could be a significant source of concern for skipper Jason Holder.
New Zealand have defeated Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and South Africa but their actual test begins today as after West Indiesthey will have three tough encounters against Pakistan, Australia and England.

However, with tough games in the offing, Williamson might Search for Larger donations from the likes of Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Ross Taylor and Tom Latham.
In their final game against South Africa, skipper Kane Williamson played with a match-winning knock of 106 not out to direct New Zealand house at a stressed final finished end whilst pursuing a small 242-run target.
The West Indies are lying in the 10-team standings with two points in their kitty and they can not afford any additional reduction to remain in the combination for a semifinal place.
The West Indies will be smarting from a series of losses from Bangladesh, for example, defeat in their final World Cup game even though posting a big total.

On the front, all of the West Indian bowlers looked leaked and ordinary runs against Bangladesh.  Along with the likes of Sheldon Cottrell, Shannon Gabriel and Oshane Thomas should pull their socks up before it's too late.

Colin de Grandhomme, that left 60 away 47 besides bowling a economic spell of 1/33, also played an essential role alongside Williamson because success.

But since then, things have gone from bad to worse to the Caribbeans and they've endured three beats (against Australia, England and Bangladesh) while the match against South Africa was washed out.

The Windies began their World Cup campaign with a bang, demolishing Pakistan by seven wickets.

The Kiwis, on the other hand, are sitting pretty in the next place with nine points, which comprises four wins from five matches with the game against India being washed out.
Even though Evin Lewis, Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer and Holder have been holding the fort with the bat, both Gayle and Andre Russell have let the team down badly.

The West Indies published a substantial 321 for eight years against the South Asians, a goal which the Tigers chased down in 41.3 overs with seven wickets in hand.
2019 Cricket World Cup: Windies face must-win situation against New Zealand 2019 Cricket World Cup: Windies face must-win situation against New Zealand Reviewed by Munna Shaikh on June 21, 2019 Rating: 5

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