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New Zealand take on Sri Lanka; Australia face Afghanistan

Newdelhi:1/6/19:In world cup  Cricket, the match between New Zealand and Sri Lanka is underway at Cardiff now.

Sri Lankan batting was in tatters as they lost 6 wickets before touching the 100 mark.

They were 115 for 8 in 25 overs when reports last came in.

Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and chose to field.

In the other encounter of the day,  defending champions Australia will face Afghanistan in the two round-robin matches of ICC World Cup in the United Kingdom today.

The Australia-Afghanistan fixture is slated to begin at 6 PM at Bristol.

Last evening, West Indies defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets at Nottingham. India will begin its campaign against South Africa on Wednesday at Southampton.

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