India vs New Zealand സ്കോര് ബോര്ഡ്, Match 18, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
പരമ്പര : ODI World Cup
തിയ്യതി : Jun 13 2019, Thu - 03:00 PM (IST)
വേദി : Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
India vs New Zealand, ODI World Cup
Jun 13 2019, Thu - 03:00 PM (IST)
Toss yet to happen
Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England
Marais Erasmus, Paul Reiffel
India have won six of their last seven ODIs against New Zealand, including a 35-run victory when they met in February this year – their most recent clash.
This will be the eighth meeting between India and New Zealand at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, with six of their previous seven encounters being won by the chasing side on the day (India W3, New Zealand W4).
India have lost only two ICC Cricket World Cup games since the completion of the 2007 edition (W16, T1) and have picked up two wins from as many games thus far at the 2019 tournament.
New Zealand have won 11 of their last 12 Cricket World Cup fixtures - the exception being their loss in the 2015 Final - their last three victories have all come after winning the toss and electing to bowl first.
This will be India’s seventh ODI at Trent Bridge (W3, L3), they have won their two most recent matches there but have lost both ICC Cricket World Cup games they’ve played at the Nottingham venue, against New Zealand in 1999 and Australia in 1983.
New Zealand have lost their last two ODIs at Trent Bridge, their last victory in this format at the Nottingham venue coming against India at the 1999 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Virat Kohli (India) is 57 runs away from becoming the ninth player to score 11,000 ODI runs, Sachin Tendulkar currently holds the record for the quickest to reach the milestone at 276 innings, Kohli has played just 221 innings so far.
Ross Taylor (New Zealand) boasts an ODI batting average of 55.8 from 27 innings in Europe, his highest on any continent; he’s not been dismissed for less than 40 in any of his last 12 innings in England (exc. Cardiff), a run which includes two centuries and sees him average 74.5.
Rohit Sharma (India) has made scores of 95, 56, 122*, and 57 in his last four ODI innings, the longest run of 50+ scores in his career in the format, if he manages another 50 in this match he’d be the fourth player to do this for India (Tendulkar, Kohli (twice) and Rahane).
Martin Guptill is 93 runs away from becoming just the second Black Caps player after Stephen Fleming (1.075) to score 1,000 ICC Cricket World Cup runs.