NZ VS AUS Match Prediction 

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23 Feb 2024, 06:10 AM
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Australia

174 (19.5 Ov)

New Zealand

New Zealand

102 (17 Ov)

BatterRB4S6SSR
Travis Head
b Ben Sears
452225204.55
Steven Smith
lbw b Lockie Ferguson
11711157.14
Mitchell Marsh (C)
c Boult b Santner
262112123.81
Glenn Maxwell
c Boult b Ben Sears
6401150
Josh Inglis
c Chapman b Lockie Ferguson
5310166.67
Tim David
c Santner b Milne
17193089.47
Matthew Wade (W)
c and b Santner
130033.33
Pat Cummins
c Lockie Ferguson b Milne
282250127.27
Nathan Ellis
not out
11150073.33
Adam Zampa
c Santner b Lockie Ferguson
130033.33
Josh Hazlewood
c Josh Clarkson b Lockie Ferguson
01000
EXTRAS23 (b 0, lb 9, w 13, nb 1, p 0)
TOTAL174 (10 wkts, 19.5 Ov)
BatterRB4S6SSR
Travis Head b Ben Sears452225204.55
Steven Smith lbw b Lockie Ferguson11711157.14
Mitchell Marsh (C) c Boult b Santner262112123.81
Glenn Maxwell c Boult b Ben Sears6401150
Josh Inglis c Chapman b Lockie Ferguson5310166.67
Tim David c Santner b Milne17193089.47
Matthew Wade (W)c and b Santner130033.33
Pat Cummins c Lockie Ferguson b Milne282250127.27
Nathan Ellis not out11150073.33
Adam Zampa c Santner b Lockie Ferguson130033.33
Josh Hazlewood c Josh Clarkson b Lockie Ferguson01000
EXTRAS23 (b 0, lb 9, w 13, nb 1, p 0)
TOTAL174 (10 wkts, 19.5 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
32-1 (Steven Smith, 2.1), 85-2 (Head, 6.4), 104-3 (Maxwell, 8.5), 108-4 (Mitchell Marsh, 9.1), 115-5 (Josh Inglis, 10.1), 122-6 (Wade, 11.3), 138-7 (Tim David, 14.2), 171-8 (Cummins, 18.5), 174-9 (Zampa, 19.4), 174-10 (Hazlewood, 19.5)
BowlerOMRWECO
Trent Boult4049012.2
Adam Milne4040210
Lockie Ferguson3.501243.1
Ben Sears402927.2
Mitchell Santner403528.8

BatterRB4S6SSR
Finn Allen (W)
b Hazlewood
6601100
Will Young
c Wade b Cummins
570071.43
Mitchell Santner (C)
b Nathan Ellis
7131053.85
Glenn Phillips
c Tim David b Zampa
423532120
Mark Chapman
c Tim David b Mitchell Marsh
230066.67
Josh Clarkson
b Zampa
10131076.92
Adam Milne
b Zampa
01000
Trent Boult
c Steven Smith b Zampa
161111145.45
Lockie Ferguson
b Nathan Ellis
470057.14
Ben Sears
not out
260033.33
Devon Conway
abs hurt
00000
EXTRAS8 (b 0, lb 3, w 5, nb 0, p 0)
TOTAL102 (10 wkts, 17 Ov)
BatterRB4S6SSR
Finn Allen (W)b Hazlewood6601100
Will Young c Wade b Cummins570071.43
Mitchell Santner (C) b Nathan Ellis7131053.85
Glenn Phillips c Tim David b Zampa423532120
Mark Chapman c Tim David b Mitchell Marsh230066.67
Josh Clarkson b Zampa10131076.92
Adam Milne b Zampa01000
Trent Boult c Steven Smith b Zampa161111145.45
Lockie Ferguson b Nathan Ellis470057.14
Ben Sears not out260033.33
Devon Conway abs hurt00000
EXTRAS8 (b 0, lb 3, w 5, nb 0, p 0)
TOTAL102 (10 wkts, 17 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
6-1 (Finn Allen, 0.6), 14-2 (Will Young, 3.1), 26-3 (Mitchell Santner, 5.3), 29-4 (Mark Chapman, 6.3), 74-5 (Josh Clarkson, 11.5), 74-6 (Adam Milne, 11.6), 83-7 (Glenn Phillips, 13.3), 100-8 (Trent Boult, 15.5), 102-9 (Lockie Ferguson, 16.6)
BowlerOMRWECO
Josh Hazlewood401213
Pat Cummins301916.3
Nathan Ellis301625.3
Mitchell Marsh301816
Adam Zampa403448.5

Match
New Zealand vs Australia
Australia tour of New Zealand, 2024
Date
Friday, February 23rd 2024
Time
06:10 AM (06:10 AM GMT)
Toss
06:10 AM (06:10 AM GMT)
Venue
Eden Park, Auckland
Umpires
Chris Brown, undefined, Kim Cotton
Match Referee
Ranjan Madugalle
New Zealand Playing
Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Will Young, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Josh Clarkson, Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Ben Sears
Australia Playing
Travis Head, Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Inglis, Tim David, Matthew Wade, Pat Cummins, Nathan Ellis, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood
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Scorecard

BatterRB4S6SSR
Travis Head
b Ben Sears
452225204.55
Steven Smith
lbw b Lockie Ferguson
11711157.14
Mitchell Marsh (C)
c Boult b Santner
262112123.81
Glenn Maxwell
c Boult b Ben Sears
6401150
Josh Inglis
c Chapman b Lockie Ferguson
5310166.67
Tim David
c Santner b Milne
17193089.47
Matthew Wade (W)
c and b Santner
130033.33
Pat Cummins
c Lockie Ferguson b Milne
282250127.27
Nathan Ellis
not out
11150073.33
Adam Zampa
c Santner b Lockie Ferguson
130033.33
Josh Hazlewood
c Josh Clarkson b Lockie Ferguson
01000
EXTRAS23 (b 0, lb 9, w 13, nb 1, p 0)
TOTAL174 (10 wkts, 19.5 Ov)
BatterRB4S6SSR
Travis Head b Ben Sears452225204.55
Steven Smith lbw b Lockie Ferguson11711157.14
Mitchell Marsh (C) c Boult b Santner262112123.81
Glenn Maxwell c Boult b Ben Sears6401150
Josh Inglis c Chapman b Lockie Ferguson5310166.67
Tim David c Santner b Milne17193089.47
Matthew Wade (W)c and b Santner130033.33
Pat Cummins c Lockie Ferguson b Milne282250127.27
Nathan Ellis not out11150073.33
Adam Zampa c Santner b Lockie Ferguson130033.33
Josh Hazlewood c Josh Clarkson b Lockie Ferguson01000
EXTRAS23 (b 0, lb 9, w 13, nb 1, p 0)
TOTAL174 (10 wkts, 19.5 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
32-1 (Steven Smith, 2.1), 85-2 (Head, 6.4), 104-3 (Maxwell, 8.5), 108-4 (Mitchell Marsh, 9.1), 115-5 (Josh Inglis, 10.1), 122-6 (Wade, 11.3), 138-7 (Tim David, 14.2), 171-8 (Cummins, 18.5), 174-9 (Zampa, 19.4), 174-10 (Hazlewood, 19.5)
BowlerOMRWECO
Trent Boult4049012.2
Adam Milne4040210
Lockie Ferguson3.501243.1
Ben Sears402927.2
Mitchell Santner403528.8

BatterRB4S6SSR
Finn Allen (W)
b Hazlewood
6601100
Will Young
c Wade b Cummins
570071.43
Mitchell Santner (C)
b Nathan Ellis
7131053.85
Glenn Phillips
c Tim David b Zampa
423532120
Mark Chapman
c Tim David b Mitchell Marsh
230066.67
Josh Clarkson
b Zampa
10131076.92
Adam Milne
b Zampa
01000
Trent Boult
c Steven Smith b Zampa
161111145.45
Lockie Ferguson
b Nathan Ellis
470057.14
Ben Sears
not out
260033.33
Devon Conway
abs hurt
00000
EXTRAS8 (b 0, lb 3, w 5, nb 0, p 0)
TOTAL102 (10 wkts, 17 Ov)
BatterRB4S6SSR
Finn Allen (W)b Hazlewood6601100
Will Young c Wade b Cummins570071.43
Mitchell Santner (C) b Nathan Ellis7131053.85
Glenn Phillips c Tim David b Zampa423532120
Mark Chapman c Tim David b Mitchell Marsh230066.67
Josh Clarkson b Zampa10131076.92
Adam Milne b Zampa01000
Trent Boult c Steven Smith b Zampa161111145.45
Lockie Ferguson b Nathan Ellis470057.14
Ben Sears not out260033.33
Devon Conway abs hurt00000
EXTRAS8 (b 0, lb 3, w 5, nb 0, p 0)
TOTAL102 (10 wkts, 17 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
6-1 (Finn Allen, 0.6), 14-2 (Will Young, 3.1), 26-3 (Mitchell Santner, 5.3), 29-4 (Mark Chapman, 6.3), 74-5 (Josh Clarkson, 11.5), 74-6 (Adam Milne, 11.6), 83-7 (Glenn Phillips, 13.3), 100-8 (Trent Boult, 15.5), 102-9 (Lockie Ferguson, 16.6)
BowlerOMRWECO
Josh Hazlewood401213
Pat Cummins301916.3
Nathan Ellis301625.3
Mitchell Marsh301816
Adam Zampa403448.5

Match Info

Match
New Zealand vs Australia
Australia tour of New Zealand, 2024
Date
Friday, February 23rd 2024
Time
06:10 AM (06:10 AM GMT)
Toss
06:10 AM (06:10 AM GMT)
Venue
Eden Park, Auckland
Umpires
Chris Brown, undefined, Kim Cotton
Match Referee
Ranjan Madugalle
New Zealand Playing
Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Will Young, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Josh Clarkson, Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Ben Sears
Australia Playing
Travis Head, Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Inglis, Tim David, Matthew Wade, Pat Cummins, Nathan Ellis, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

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NZ Vs AUS Match Prediction

NZ Vs AUS Key Stats

  • Australia and New Zealand locked horns in the first-ever T20I match back in 2005 and went on to face each other 17 matches. Australia have the upper hand in this duel, winning 11 times. 
  • For Australia, Glenn Maxwell scored 287 runs in 12 matches at a splendid strike-rate of 159.44.
  • Devon Conway has the most runs against Australia in T20Is. He scored 347 runs in seven matches at an average of 69.40 and a strike-rate of 143.98. 
  • Among current players, Mitchell Santner has the most wickets among the hosts, with 14 scalps to his credit while Adam Zampa leads the way for the Aussies with seven wickets. 
     

NZ Vs AUS Match Preview

Australia and New Zealand are set to face each other in the second T20I of the series. The match will be played at the Eden Park, Auckland.

In the first match, both teams played out a tantalising high-scoring match. Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra steered New Zealand to a huge total. However, Mitchell Marsh’s blazing knock in the run chase helped the Aussies win off the final ball. 
 

Series
Australia tour of New Zealand, 2024
Format
T20
Date-Time
Feb 23, 2024 06:10 AM
Venue
Eden Park, Auckland

New Zealand Preview

New Zealand have their eyes set on the ICC T20 World Cup title and having missed out in the last few editions, they will be keen on giving it their all in the run up to the tournament in USA and the West Indies. 

Although their performance with the bat was impressive in the last match, they will look to do better with the ball. The Kiwis are likely to continue with the same playing XI for this contest as well.  
 

New Zealand Lineup
Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Will Young, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Josh Clarkson, Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Ben Sears

 

New Zealand - Who Will Be The Best Batter?

As per our cricket betting tips, opener Devon Conway might be the best batter for New Zealand in the upcoming match. 

The left-handed batter has been a consistent run-scorer against Australia in T20Is and backed his form with a terrific half-century in the first match. The 32-year-old made three half-centuries in only seven matches against the Aussies. 
 

Top Batter Stats - Recent Matches

PlayerMATRBT. AVGSR
Finn Allen832640.75188.43
Glenn Phillips824849.6139.32

Betting Tip - Best Batter For New Zealand

 

New Zealand - Who Will Be The Best Bowler?

The real challenge for New Zealand will be in the bowling department in these batter-friendly grounds. Lockie Ferguson turned up with a big performance in the last match, picking up one wicket and conceding only 23 runs in his four overs in a match where over 430 runs were scored. 

The Kiwis will be dependent once again on the fast bowler to produce the breakthroughs and also keep it tight with the ball.
 

Top Bowler Stats - Recent Matches

PlayerMATWECONSR
Adam Milne61111.1312
Lockie Ferguson5105.6911.9

Betting Tip - Best Bowler For New Zealand

 

Australia Preview

Australia, the current ODI and Test world champions, are in contention to become the only team in history to hold all three ICC titles at the same time, given they lift the trophy in July. 

In the first T20I, they turned up with a terrific performance with the bat, with Mitchell Marsh leading the lines for the team. Glenn Maxwell and Tim David produced some fireworks as well, helping Australia chase down a mammoth total on the final ball of the innings. 
 

Australia Lineup
Travis Head, Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Inglis, Tim David, Matthew Wade, Pat Cummins, Nathan Ellis, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

 

Australia - Who Will Be The Best Batter?

David Warner, who recently announced his decision to retire from international cricket soon, is on a run-scoring spree and is looking to make the most of the time he has left to offer. 

He helped Australia get off to a terrific start against the Kiwis, scoring 32 off 20 balls, which included three sixes and a boundary. The cricket odds are in his favour to be the best batter for Australia in this contest.
 

Top Batter Stats - Recent Matches

Betting Tip - Best Batter For Australia

 

Australia - Who Will Be The Best Bowler?

Mitchell Starc is looking in good touch to make it to the T20 World Cup squad and has been putting up a string of impressive performances in recent matches. 

Starc picked up one crucial wicket of Finn Allen in the first match and conceded 39 runs. On his day, he can provide multiple breakthroughs in the powerplay and death overs.
 

Top Bowler Stats - Recent Matches

Betting Tip - Best Bowler For Australia

NZ Vs AUS - Who Will Be The Player Of The Match?

Glenn Maxwell has been on a terrific spree lately, scoring vital runs for the team in both limited overs formats. 

He recently became the second cricketer in T20Is to score five centuries and notched a terrific 25 off 11 balls. While he couldn’t contribute much with the ball in the first match, he has a knack of producing breakthroughs regularly. 
 

 

NZ Vs AUS - Who Will Win Today's Toss?

As per today's toss prediction, teams should opt to bowl first after winning the toss. Both New Zealand and Australia are well stacked in the batting department and are capable of chasing down any target. 
 

NZ Vs AUS Venue, Pitch and Weather Report

The pitch at the venue in Auckland is set to be a batters’ paradise once again. With the ground dimensions not being very big, the bowlers will have a difficult time. The first innings average in T20Is here is 163, but considering how the first match panned out, we could be in for another high-scoring match.  

There are chances of rain interruption on Friday. While the temperatures will be very pleasant for a full game, fans would be hoping for an interrupted round of action-packed match. 
 

NZ Vs AUS Match Winner Prediction

If you are wondering who will win today's match, we’ve got you covered. The result will be heavily dependent on the toss, but with Australia stacking that extra firepower in their line-up, we back them 
 

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Having penned articles for prestigious platforms including Cricbuzz, The Hindu, The Quint, Fancode, and the Cricketer, Prasenjit's body of work reflects his versatility and profound passion for sports. His bylines across these reputable websites are a testament to his ability to cover a diverse range of sporting events with eloquence and precision.

One of the crowning achievements of Prasenjit's career is his association with the International Cricket Council (ICC). He had the privilege of providing coverage for not just one, but two Cricket World Cups on the ICC's digital platform. This invaluable experience allowed him to offer firsthand accounts of the exhilarating matches and iconic moments that define cricket's global stage.

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Recent Stats
New Zealand
PlayerMATRBT. AVGSR
Finn Allen832640.75188.43
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Key Bowlers to Watch
Recent Stats
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PlayerMATWECONSR
Adam Milne61111.1312
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