World Cup: What lies ahead for India, NZ, SA, Australia

India’s formidable pace trio of Bumrah, Shami, and Siraj poses a threat to New Zealand’s batting brilliance in the first World Cup semifinal. India’s strength lies in their strong pace bowling attack, while their weakness lies in the lack of backup options if their bowlers start leaking runs. New Zealand’s strength lies in their top-order batting, but their weakness lies in their bowling, especially when there is no assistance for the pacers. South Africa’s explosive top-order batting is their strength, but their weakness lies in their tendency to choke while chasing.