Cricket World Cup 2019: Prime TV will air the Black Caps in Lord’s final


It’s another win for New Zealand cricket-lovers. Viewers will now be able to watch the Black Caps play live in the Cricket World Cup final on Prime this Sunday Sky chief executive Martin Stewart announced the move on Twitter on Thursday, following the Black Caps’ win over India in the semifinals Steward wrote: “Congrats to the Black Caps on a superb win! We’re looking forward to the Final on Sunday Sky Sport – and will be showing it on Prime so the whole country can join in ” READ MORE: * Black Caps quiet Indian fans * Black Caps storm past India into Lord’s final * Recap: Black Caps v India * World Cup results and table In a statement sent to , Sky said the final would be aired live from 9pm on Prime TV, on Sunday July 14 Prime would also provide live captions of final for the deaf and hard of hearing community Live captions will be available on its free-to-air coverage from 9pm. The live coverage will change Prime’s Sunday evening schedule and it will differ to what was previously listed But electronic programme guides will soon be updated with broadcast details. “Prime is available on SKY channel 4 and Freeview channel 10, so get ready to #BACKTHEBLACKCAPS as Prime takes you LIVE to Lord’s in London for what promises to be a great match,” the statement read New Zealand toppled India by 18 runs in the first semifinal that spanned two days at Old Trafford, Manchester The Kiwi team will face either England or Australia in the Lord’s final in London on Sunday night (NZT)

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