New Zealand Vs India 2020: 2nd ODI, Auckland – Stats Preview

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New Zealand Vs India 2020: 2nd ODI, Auckland – Stats Preview 

New Zealand Vs India 2020: 2nd ODI, Auckland – Stats Preview

On Saturday (8th February), New Zealand will play the second game of their three-match home ODI series against the visitors India at Eden Park (Auckland).

The hosts won the first game of this series and have taken the 1-0 lead in this series with two to go. In the first game at Hamilton, the home side won by four wickets after successfully chasing their record ODI target 348 runs in 48.1 overs (348/6).

New Zealand vs India 2020: Here are some crucial stats previews before the Auckland ODI

Venue stats (Eden Park, Auckland)

Ground’s history in first and second batting in ODIs

Overall

Stats Overall First batting Second batting
Win 71 29 42
Innings average (Average run-rate) 207.58 (4.72) 219.76 (4.68) 195.07 (4.78)

In the last five matches

Stats Overall First batting Second batting
Win 5 2 3
Innings average (Average run-rate) 245.50 (5.83) 262.60 (5.66) 228.40 (6.03)

(Special Note: Included all out, target reached and complete innings. Excluded only incomplete innings)

 

Teams’ ODI records at this venue

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
New Zealand 74 34 35 2/3
India 9 4 4 1/0

 

 

Teams’ stats

New Zealand vs India Head-to-Head ODI records

Stats Matches New Zealand Won India Won Tied/No Result
Overall 108 47 55 1/5
In New Zealand 40 23 14 1/2
At Eden Park (Auckland) 8 4 3 1/0
In the last five matches 5 3 2 0/0

 

In last 10 ODIs

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
New Zealand 10 6 3 1/0
India 10 6 3 0/1

 

 

Players’ stats

New Zealand cricketers’ stats

i) Ross Taylor has played 194 home international matches which is equal to Brendon McCullum. By playing another home international match, Taylor will become the most capped international player for New Zealand at home.

Ross Taylor, New Zealand, India, stats preview, Auckland
Ross Taylor (Image Credit: ICC Twitter)

ii) Ross Taylor (3,986 runs) is 14 runs behind, and Martin Guptill (3,942 runs) is 58 runs away to complete 4,000 ODI runs at home. They are the top two ODI run-scorers for New Zealand at home as no Kiwi batsmen have ever scored the 4,000 ODI runs at home. A total of 11 overall players have scored 4,000 ODI runs at home.

New Zealand, India, stats preview, Auckland
Martin Guptill and Ross Taylor (Image Credit: Twitter)

iii) The right-arm pacer Tim Southee has taken 28 ODI wickets against India. He needs to pick up five more wickets to become the most ODI wicket-taker for New Zealand against India. Only Kyle Mills is ahead of him with 32 ODI wickets against India.

Tim Southee, New Zealand, India, stats preview, Auckland
Tim Southee (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Indian cricketers’ stats

i) Virat Kohli has scored 6,978 ODI runs outside India. By adding 22 more ODI runs, he will become the fourth Indian cricketer to score 7,000 ODI runs outside the home soil. Only Sachin Tendulkar (11,450 runs), Sourav Ganguly (8,111 runs) and Rahul Dravid (7,362 runs) have achieved this feat for this team.

New Zealand, India, stats preview, Auckland
Virat Kohli (Image Credit: Twitter)

ii) Virat Kohli has scored 5,123 ODI runs as a captain. By adding 117 more runs in ODIs, he will surpass Mohammad Azharuddin (5,239 runs) and become the second-most ODI run-scorer as an Indian captain. Only MS Dhoni will remain top of him with 6,641 ODI runs as a captain.

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