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The Knockout Stage of the 2024 ICC T20 World CUp starts on Wednesday, June 19 with the United States taking on South Africa at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua.

The match is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. EST and will be broadcast on Willow TV. Fans looking to watch can do so through FuboTV or DirecTV Stream, both of which offer a free trial. SlingTV doesn’t offer a free trial but does have other promotional offers available.

In the Group Stage, the United States was the second-best team in Group A, losing only once, to Group winner India. An abandoned match against Ireland clinched the USA’s spot in the Super Eight. The squad will also have matches with the West Indies and England to close out play for Second Round Group 2.

South Africa was the class of Group D going 4-0-0 to claim the top spot, including beating fellow Super Eight participant Bangladesh by 4 runs. After this matchup, South Africa will see the West Indies and then England with hopes of qualifying for the semifinals.

Who: United States vs. South Africa

When: Wednesday, June 19 at 10:30 a.m. EST

Where: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua

Stream: FuboTV (free trial); DirecTV Stream (free trial); Sling

Tickets: StubHub and *VividSeats

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After failing to advance out of the Group Stage, some changes appear to be coming for New Zealand’s squad.

According to a story in the Associated Press, captain Kane Williamson rejected a new contract with the nation and will be relinquishing the captaincy.

“Helping push the team forward across the formats is something I’m very passionate about and something I want to keep contributing towards,” Williamson said in a statement Wednesday. “However, pursuing an overseas opportunity during the New Zealand summer means I’m unable to accept a central contract offer.”

New Zealand went 2-2 at ICC T20 World Cup to finish third in Group C with the losses coming to the West Indies and Afghanistan.

“NZC has a strong preference to select centrally-contracted players for the Black Caps. However we’re happy to make an exception for our greatest ever batter, especially as he remains so committed to the team,” New Zealand Cricket chief executive Scott Weenink said.

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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