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ICC’s big announcement before IND vs NZ semi-final match, Indian fans will jump with joy

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ICC’s big announcement before IND vs NZ match

IND vs NZ World Cup 2023: The league stage matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 have ended. Now the semi-final matches will be played on 15 and 16 November. The first semi-final match will be between India and New Zealand. At the same time, in the second semi-final match, the teams of South Africa and Australia will face each other. ICC has announced the match officials for these matches.

Who will umpire in the IND vs NZ match?

Rod Tucker of Australia and Richard Illingworth of England will be the on-field umpires in the match played between the teams of host India and New Zealand. Let us tell you that Rod Tucker will be seen umpiring in his 100th ODI match. At the same time, in this match, the third umpire will be Joel Wilson and the fourth umpire will be Adrian Holdstock and the match referee will be Andy Pycraft. This means that this time Richard Kettleborough will not be seen umpiring in India’s knockout match. Richard Kettleborough had umpired in the last few knockout matches of Team India and the fans were disappointed.

He got the responsibility for the second semi-final

India’s Nitin Menon and Richard Cattleborough will officiate in the South Africa vs Australia match. At the same time, the third umpire will be Chris Gaffney and the fourth umpire will be Michael Gough. Apart from this, India’s Javagal Srinath will be the match referee in this match.

Match Officials for Semi-finals:

Semifinal 1: India vs New Zealand, Wednesday 15 November, Mumbai

On-field umpires: Richard Illingworth and Rod Tucker

Third umpire: Joel Wilson
Fourth umpire: Adrian Holdstock
Match Referee: Andy Pycroft

Semifinal 2: Australia vs South Africa, Thursday 16 November, Kolkata

On-field umpires: Richard Kettleborough and Nitin Menon
Third umpire: Chris Gaffney
Fourth umpire: Michael Gough
Match Referee: Javagal Srinath

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