Tournament: ICC World Cup 2015
Head to Head
New Zealand vs Australia
Eden Park, Auckland
MATCH 20 Saturday February 28th 2015
MATCH STARTS AT 14:00 LOCAL (01:00 GMT)
UMPIRES: Marais Erasmus, Richard Illingworth, S Ravi, Johan Cloete
REFEREE: Chris Broad
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CWC HEAD-TO-HEAD Teams Squad List:
New Zealand Squad
New Zealand Cricket Team will be unchanged and have not change in final Squad for the Fourth Match of New Zealand against Australia. Southee has recovered his shoulder and feeling easy to play game against Australia. “It’s hard on the guys not playing but they are completely committed and at some point they will get a game,” Brendon McCullum said.
BB McCullum*, CJ Anderson, TA Boult, GD Elliott, MJ Guptill, TWM Latham, MJ McClenaghan, NL McCullum, KD Mills, AF Milne, L Ronchi†, TG Southee, LRPL Taylor, DL Vettori, KS Williamson
George Bailey has made way for Clarke – Australian cricket remains a tough school – and the final spot in the pace attack was handed to Pat Cummins ahead of Josh Hazlewood
MJ Clarke*, GJ Bailey, PJ Cummins, XJ Doherty, JP Faulkner, AJ Finch, BJ Haddin†, JR Hazlewood, MG Johnson, MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell, SPD Smith, MA Starc, DA Warner, SR Watson
At the point when great neighbors get to be great companions. Maybe not on Saturday at Eden Park when New Zealand and Australia replenish a competition which, in one-day cricket, has been in hibernation separated from at worldwide competitions since 2010.
No one is eager to call themselves top picks and there was much shared appreciation being imparted on the eve of the diversion. The challenges inside the challenge to a great extent spin around the two top requests against their individual restriction bowlers. Warner v Southee and Boult, McCullum v Johnson and Starc. It is mouthwatering.
There is surely a willingness to see the New Zealand side against a strong, in-structure assault despite the fact that the same could be connected the other, too. You can likewise toss in with the general mish-mash of subplots the return, postponed because of the Brisbane downpour, of Michael Clarke. For all the recovery and physio, there will dependably be questions encompassing somebody with his wellness record.
As far as the match itself, while it won’t have a heading on each side’s advancement to the following stage it could yet be vital in the match-ups which follow in the knockout stage. In the event that these two sides meet in a semi-last it will be arranged in the nation of the group that completed top of the gathering. Home focal point is an uncommon reward at a World Cup. It merits benefitting as much as possible from.
New Zealand Team News:
Ross Taylor’s World Cup has not gotten light yet. He scratched around against Sri Lanka, worked into the profound against Scotland and was scarcely required against England. Sooner or later, however, New Zealand’s forceful – and some may say, high hazard – methodology could abandon them 20 for 2 and they require Taylor to have the capacity to play that cooling hand at No. 4.
Australia Team News:
Australia’s top request has numerous qualities, and can be fearsome on its day, however the batsmen stay helpless against swing. In Tim Southee and Trent Boult they will confront two of the finest examples in the current diversion, the previous crisp from a record-breaking 7 for 33 against England. Warner will be sharp, as ever, to stamp his power on the match and Aaron Finch, whose top notch profession has been scourged by issues against the moving ball, made the initial hundred of the World Cup – despite the fact that that feels quite a while back at this point. Following two weeks without a diversion, they can’t stand to be discovered resting.
Teams Captains Views:
“We’ve earned some respect around the world in the last 12-18 months with the way we’ve played but also the way we’ve carried [ourselves]. You can’t win every game, but you can control what you bring to the table. So long as we see a team that is desperate [to win], then we’ve got a good chance.”
Brendon McCullum does not see any reason for New Zealand to change their style
“Through my career I can’t remember an easy game against New Zealand, whether you have played them in Australia or over here. They are a really tough opposition.”
Michael Clarke played his part in the mutual respect society
The measurements of the ground have been greatly discussed in the days driving into the match. The scores, however, have not been unworldly high – a year ago there was a tie including India where 314 was scored, yet before that there had just been three 300 or more aggregates in 15 matches.
The climate conjecture has enhanced over late days, as well, and it is presently intended to be fine with a high of 27C, albeit overwhelming showers disturbed Australia’s preparation on Friday.