Both India and New Zealand would aim to build on their ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 matches wins so far when they clash tomorrow at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. The battle will start at 3:00 pm (IST). Both of them have won all their matches in this World Cup so far.
Here are some stats and figures which narrate the story of the clashes between India and New Zealand in the One day International format.
New Zealand have an upper hand against India in the World Cups, winning 4 out of their 7 clashes. Their last clash was 16 years back, in 2003, where India bowled them on a low score of 150. India won the match, due to Zaheer Khan’s splendid bowling spell of 4-42 and unbeaten 129 runs partnership between Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Kaif.
Overall, India has won 55 matches out of the total 106 matches. New Zealand has won 45 matches, and 5 matches did not yield any result. One match ended in a draw.
New Zealand’s highest ever total in ODI matches against India is 349-9 at Rajkot in the year 1999, a game they won by 43 runs. India’s highest ever total against New Zealand is 392/4 at Christchurch in 2009.
New Zealand’s lowest ever total in ODI matches against India is 79 at Vishakhapatnam in the year 2016. India’s lowest ever total against New Zealand is 88 at Dambulla in 2010.
The highest runs scored in a match between New Zealand and India is 726 runs and 14 wickets at Christchurch in 2009. The lowest runs scored collectively is 210 runs and 12 wickets at Chennai in 2010.
The largest victory margin (by runs) for India is 190 Runs at Visakhapatnam in 2016. For New Zealand, it is 200 Runs at Dambulla in 2010. Similarly, the smallest victory (by runs) for India is just a single run at Wellington in 1990. New Zealand has registered their smallest victory by 6 runs at Delhi in 2016.
The Largest Victory (By Wickets) for India is 9 wickets at Nagpur in 1987 and in Leeds in 1979. New Zealand has won by all the 10 wickets in the match at Melbourne in 2010 whereas the smallest victory registered by India is 1 wicket at Auckland in 2003. New Zealand’s is by 3 wickets, first at Brisbane, then Perth and last at Auckland in the years 1980, 1986 and 2002 respectively.
Sachin Tendulkar has played a total of 42 matches against New Zealand which is highest by any Indian batsman. On the other side, Stephen Fleming has played 2 matches short of Sachin i.e 40, which is highest by any New Zealand batsman.
India’s Dilip Vengsarkar and New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum, have gotten out on duck for 5 times each in India-New Zealand games.
Virat Kohli scored a total of 358 runs in the 2016-17 series against New Zealand, which is highest for the Indian batsman. New Zealand’s Ken Williamson scored 361 in a series against India in 2013-14.
Javagal Srinath has taken 51 wickets against New Zealand whereas Kyle Mills has taken 32 wickets against India, which is highest for the respective teams against the other country.
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- Dilip Vengsarkar
- sachin tendulkar
- Kane Williamson
- virat kohli
- Indian Cricket Team
- Stephen Fleming
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
- rahul dravid
- Brendon McCullum
- India vs New Zealand
- New Zealand cricket team
- Javagal Srinath
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- ICC Cricket World Cup 2003
- Mohhamed Kaif