West Indies is going to visit New Zealand very shortly for a cricket tournament. The tournament is featuring two practice matches 2 Test, 3 ODI, and 3 T20 Matches. New Zealand, as we all know, is one of the best cricket team in the world while on the other hand, West Indies is also a giant who can chase any score in front of them by looking to their previous tournaments. So it will be very exciting to see this upcoming tournament. Below you will get all the details about the West Indies vs New Zealand 2017 Live Streaming along with match details. A complete Schedule of the tournament is available here.

West Indies vs New Zealand 2017 Live StreamingThe Ireland tour of England 2017 competition is starting from Friday 25th November with the 3-day practice match and 1st Test on 1st December. It will be very tough for West Indies to beat the Giants anyhow. But they will surely give a tough competition to their opponents. Both the matches in the tournament will be played at two different stadiums County Ground and Bristol and Lord’s, London. Let’s now move on to West Indies vs New Zealand 2017 Live Streaming Online and on Television.

West Indies vs New Zealand 2017 Live Streaming

Live streaming links and players will appear here before the official match starts. So don’t miss the action and adventure of the great tournament.

In India, Live telecast of all the matches will be available on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 3, Star Sports HD1 and Star Sports HD3 TV channels

While live streaming online will be available on hotstar.com.

Also, Viewer from New Zeland can enjoy the live telecast on Sky Sports TV channel while online stream will be available on Sky Go NZ.

USA and Canada can enjoy the tournament matches through Willow TV.

TV channels List

Country TV Channel
Australia Fox Sports
Afghanistan TenSports
Bangladesh Gazi TV
India Star Sports
New Zealand Sky NZ
United Kingdom SkySports 2
USA Willow TV
Canada WillowTV
Sri Lanka Star Sports
Pakistan TenSports
UAE TenSports
South Africa SuperSports
Middle East OSN Sports
Ireland SkySports