ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 29): New Zealand vs Windies – Stats Preview
New Zealand and Windies will face each other on Saturday (22nd June) at Old Trafford (Manchester) in the match 29 of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
Both teams have played five matches in this tournament. Apart from one rain washout game against India, New Zealand won their all other matches in this tournament. Meanwhile, Windies has won once, lost thrice and the other one had no result.
Before this 29th game of this tournament, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.
Venue stats (Old Trafford, Manchester)
Important ODI stats
|Highest total||397/6 (50 overs) by England against Afghanistan on 18th June 2019||284/5 (55 overs) against England on 18th July 1986||272/9 (55 overs) against England on 31st May 1984|
|Lowest completed total||45 (40.3 overs) by Canada against England on 13th June 1979||152 (41.2 overs) against England on 17th July 1978||110 (46.4 overs) against Australia on 30th May 1999|
|Highest score||189* by Sir Viv Richards (West Indies) against England on 31st May 1984||114* by Glenn Turner against India on 14th June 1975||189* by Sir Viv Richards against England on 31st May 1984|
|Best bowling||5/14 by Glenn McGrath (Australia) against West Indies on 30th May 1999||3/25 by Bruce Taylor against England on 20th July 1973||4/20 by Bernard Julie against Sri Lanka on 7th June 1975|
Venue’s ODI history in the first and second batting
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||208.01 (4.43)||221.91 (4.46)||194.11 (4.39)|
In last 10 completed ODIs
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||214.45 (5.46)||237.50 (5.71)||191.40 (5.17)|
(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)
Teams’ ODI records at Old Trafford (Manchester)
New Zealand vs Windies
|Stats||Total ODIs||New Zealand Won||Windies Won||Tied/No Result|
|At neutral venues||12||3||5||0/4|
|At Old Trafford (Manchester)||–||–||–||-/-|
|In the World Cup||7||4||3||0/0|
|In last 10 ODIs||10||6||4||0/0|
- Since 1999, New Zealand has never suffered a defeat against Windies in Cricket World Cup history. The Blackcaps achieved victories in their last three CWC meetings with this Caribbean team.
i) Martin Guptill (942 runs) is 58 runs away to complete his 1,000 runs in Cricket World Cup. Among the New Zealand batsmen, only Stephen Fleming (1,075 runs) scored 1,000+ runs in CWC.
ii) Ross Taylor (1,979 runs) is 21 runs away to complete his 2,000 international runs against Windies. Taylor will be the first New Zealand batsman to score 2,000 international runs against Windies.
iii) Taking four more wickets, pacer Tim Southee (496 wickets) will complete his 500 international wickets. He will be the third New Zealand bowler to take 500 international wickets. Sir Richard Hadlee (589 wickets) and Daniel Vettori (696 wickets) were the first two Kiwi players to achieve this feat.
iv) Tim Southee (33 wickets) is four wickets away to become the most wicket-taker for New Zealand in Cricket World Cup history. Among the Blackcaps’ bowlers, only Jacob Oram and Daniel Vettori took more wickets than Southee in CWC history as both picked up 36 CWC wickets.
i) Chris Gayle (10,203 runs) is 146 runs away to become the leading ODI run-scorer for Windies. The legendary batsman Brian Lara is the record holder with 10,348 ODI runs for Windies.
ii) It will be the 32nd Cricket World Cup match for Chris Gayle. After surpassing Shivnarine Chanderpaul (31 CWC matches), Chris Gayle will become the second most-capped Windies player in CWC history. Only Brian Lara will remain ahead of Gayle who played 34 CWC matches.
iii) Taking four more wickets, Andre Russell (96 wickets) will complete his 100 international wickets.
iv) Off-spinner Ashley Nurse (49 wickets) is one wicket behind to complete his 50 ODI wickets. Adding one more wicket, he will become the sixth Windies spinner to claim 50 or more ODI wickets.
|Jaipur Pink Panthers||8||6||31|
|Dabang Delhi K.C.||7||5||29|
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