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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Live Streaming, Champion Trophy 2013

Watch Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Live Streaming of ICC Champion Trophy on 9th June 2013. SL vs NZ ICC Champion Trophy Live Cricket Streaming online 2013. Watch Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Live Match, 2013. Watch New Zealand vs Sri Lanka is telecast on Star Cricket, Sky Sports HD and Geo Super, PTV Sports and Cricket One.

Sophia Garden in Cardiff will host the second round robin match from group A when Sri Lanka takes on New Zealand. The two sides have a close record against each other in ODI cricket, and it is expected that this will be no different, so expect the match to do down to the wire.

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The Black Caps come into the tournament after a convincing 2-1 series win over England. They are adapt to the local conditions, which will give them a distinct advantage in this fixture. The team must be looked at as one, and not as 11 individuals, this is what makes them so dangerous. Martin Guptill has been in splendid form, scoring two tons against England, he will be backed up by the likes of Taylor who with his enterprising play can take a game away from any team. They will however have to face up to the likes of Lasith Malinga, who will be going all out to destroy the Black Caps top order.

Sri Lanka is a team known to click in big tournaments, and opposition has to be wary of this fact. They have two highly experienced batsmen in the forms of Sangakkara and Jayawardene in the middle order who on their day, can make any bowling line-up look mediocre. The experience of Kyle Mills will be looking to nullify this threat by striking early to put the duo under pressure, thus now allowing them to play with any kind of freedom. Kusal Perera will be key for Sri Lanka, if he can get off to a decent start with his blistering stroke play, he can take the game away from New Zealand in double quick time.

A close encounter is predicted, and many feel the spell of Lastih Malinga will be the key factor in the match; will the New Zealanders look to attack him, or simply play out his spell?

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