ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 18): India vs New Zealand – Stats Preview
On Thursday (13th June), India and New Zealand will face each other in the match 18 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at Trent Bridge (Nottingham).
New Zealand has played three matches in this tournament while India has played two matches in this tournament. Both teams have won their all matches of this tournament. India beat South Africa and the defending champions Australia while New Zealand defeated Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
Ahead of the match between India and New Zealand, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.
Venue stats (Trent Bridge, Nottingham)
Important ODI stats
|Highest total||481/6 (50 overs) by England against Australia on 19th June 2018||282/5 (50 overs) against England on 20th July 1990||349/7 (50 overs) against England on 17th June 2015|
|Lowest completed total||83 (23 overs) by South Africa against England on 26th August 2008||158 (37.5 overs) against Australia on 13th June 1983||186 (60 overs) against England on 11th June 1975|
|Highest score||171 by Alex Hales (England) against Pakistan on 30th August 2016||137* by Rohit Sharma (India) against England on 12th July 2018||90 by Kane Williamson against England on 17th June 2015|
|Best bowling||6/25 by Kuldeep Yadav (India) against England on 12th July 2018||6/25 by Kuldeep Yadav against England on 12th July 2018||3/25 by Brian McKechnie against Sri Lanka on 9th June 1979|
Venue’s ODI history in first and second batting
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||238.74 (4.99)||257.11 (5.11)||220.38 (4.85)|
In last 10 completed ODIs
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||291.95 (6.55)||313.60 (6.66)||270.30 (6.43)|
(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)
(Special Note: Overall – In addition, two more ODIs had the tie results at this venue; In last 10 completed ODIs – In addition, one had the tie result at this venue)
Teams’ ODI records at Trent Bridge (Nottingham)
India vs New Zealand
|Stats||Total ODIs||India Won||New Zealand Won||Tied/No Result|
|At neutral venues||32||15||15||0/2|
|At Trent Bridge (Nottingham)||1||0||1||0/0|
|In the World Cup||7||3||4||0/0|
|In last 10 ODIs||10||7||3||0/0|
India cricketers’ stats
i) MS Dhoni will play his 341st ODI for Indian national cricket team. Playing this match, Dhoni will surpass Rahul Dravid (340 ODI) and he will become the second most-capped ODI player for India. Sachin Tendulkar is leading this table with 463 ODIs.
ii) With one more stumping, MS Dhoni will create a new record of most number of stumpings by an Indian wicketkeeper in Cricket World Cup history. At present, MS Dhoni is the joint record holder along with Kiran More as both have made six stumpings in CWC history.
iii) Virat Kohli (10,943 runs) is 57 runs away to complete his 11,000 ODI runs. After Sachin Tendulkar (18,426 runs) and Sourav Ganguly (11,363 runs), Kohli will be the third Indian cricketer to score 11,000 ODI runs. Meanwhile, Kohli is also chasing to break the fastest 11,000 ODI runs record. While he has played only 221 ODI innings, the current record holder Sachin Tendulkar completed 11,000 ODI runs in 276 ODI innings.
iv) Ravindra Jadeja (397 wickets) is three wickets away to complete his 400 international wickets. The left-arm spinner will be India’s seventh bowler (second Indian left-arm bowler) to take 400 international wickets.
v) Hardik Pandya (97 wickets) has to take three more wickets to complete his 100 wickets in the international career.
New Zealand cricketers’ stats
i) Captain Kane Williamson (2,920 runs) is 80 runs away to complete his 3,000 runs as an ODI captain. After Stephen Fleming, Williamson will be the second New Zealand ODI captain to score 3,000 or more ODI runs.
ii) Martin Guptill (907 runs) is 93 runs away to complete his 1,000 runs in Cricket World Cup. After Stephen Fleming (1,075 runs), Guptill will be the second New Zealand batsman to score 1,000 or more runs in CWC history.
iii) Tim Southee (33 wickets) is four wickets away to become the most wicket-taker as a New Zealand bowler in Cricket World Cup history. In this list, Southee is currently behind of Jacob Oram and Daniel Vettori as both took 36 wickets in CWC history.
iv) Tim Southee (496 wickets) has to take four more wickets to complete his 500 international wickets. Among the New Zealand bowlers, only Sir Richard Hadlee (589 wickets) and Daniel Vettori (696 wickets) took 500+ wickets in the international career.
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