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India will take on South Africa in their opening match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the Rose Bowl in Southanpton, and you can watch all the action unfold right here via our FOX Sports Asia live stream.

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As mentioned, this is India’s first game of the tournament, and the Men in Blue will be keen to start their campaign off on a winning note, while their opponents will be looking for a victory as well.

India’s cricket World Cup campaign finally gets underway on Wednesday, when it takes on South Africa.

The 2011 winners arrived in Britain just over a week before the beginning of the tournament and as such are the last team to enter the competition, making their debut six days after the World Cup got underway.

While India’s tournament is yet to begin, their opponents are already with their back up against the wall after losing both of their opening fixtures.

South Africa have struggled in their first two matches at the World Cup, losing the first game to hosts England, and shockingly falling short against Bangladesh in their second match as well.

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The 30-year-old, who is ranked as the number one batsman in all three formats of the game, averages 59.57 runs per innings in his ODI career and will be keen to set the tone early in his first World Cup game as captain.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Match 8, India vs South Africa at the Rose Bowl in Southampton, Preview: India open their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign, against South Africa in Southampton’s Rose Bowl on Wednesday. Billed as pre-tournament favourites, India, led by Virat Kohli, warmed up to the event with a loss and a win against New Zealand and Bangladesh respectively in practice matches. Meanwhile, Faf du Plessis’ South Africa, searching their maiden World Cup trophy, have stumbled to consecutive losses to England and Bangladesh and need to win most of their remaining seven matches to stake a claim for last-four berth.

India will rely on their top three to fire, while KL Rahul looks likely to bat at the much-debated No 4 spot. Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni, and all-rounder Hardik Pandya complete the batting line-up.

Among bowlers, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami look set to lead the pace attack, while it will be interesting to see if the team management goes for the spin twins Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, or drop one of the two wrist-spinners to make room for left-arm finger spinner Ravindra Jadeja.