India and New Zealand will meet on Thursday (13th June) at Trent Bridge in the match 18 of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

India will play their third match of this tournament while New Zealand will play their fourth match of this tournament. Ahead of this match, both teams have won their all matches in the ongoing Cricket World Cup.

Before this 18th match of the ongoing Cricket World Cup, let’s look at some vital statistical preview of this match.

Teams’ recent ODI form

India (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Lost, Lost, Lost, Won and Won

New Zealand (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Lost, Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won and Won.

ODI records at Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

India

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
6 3 3 0/0

 

New Zealand

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
7 2 5 0/0

 

Head-to-Head ODI records

Overall (106 matches): India won 55 ODIs; New Zealand won 45 ODIs (1 tied and 5 no results)

At neutral venues (32 matches): India won 15 ODI; New Zealand won 15 ODIs (2 no results)

In England (3 matches): India won 0 ODI; New Zealand won 3 ODIs

At Trent Bridge, Nottingham (1 match): India won 0 ODI; New Zealand won 1 ODI

In the World Cup (7 matches): India won 3 ODIs; New Zealand won 4 ODIs

In the last ten matches:  India won 7 ODIs; New Zealand won 3 ODIs

  • Since 2003, it will be the first Cricket World Cup meeting between India and New Zealand.

 

Also Read : ICC World Cup 2019: Match 18, India vs New Zealand – India’s Predicted Playing XI 

Players’ stats

(India)

Virat Kohli

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i) The right-handed batsman Virat Kohli has scored 10,943 ODI runs. With 57 more runs, Kohli will become the third Indian batsman to score 11,000 ODI runs. Till the date, among the Indian batsmen, only Sachin Tendulkar (18,426 runs) and Sourav Ganguly (11,363 runs) scored 11,000 ODI runs. While a total of eight batsmen have scored 11,000 ODI runs, Sachin Tendulkar is holding the record of fastest 11,000 ODI runs as he achieved this feat in 276 ODI innings. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli is chasing to break Sachin Tendulkar’s fastest 11,000 ODI runs record as he has played 221 ODI innings.

 

Ravindra Jadeja

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i) The left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja has already claimed 397 wickets in international cricket. He needs three more wickets to complete his 400 wickets in the international career. Till the date, six Indian bowlers have taken 400 international wickets.

 

Hardik Pandya

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i) The all-rounder Hardik Pandya has bagged 97 wickets in the international career. With three more wickets, the right-arm pacer will reach the 100-wicket milestone in his international career.

 

MS Dhoni

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i) It will be MS Dhoni’s 341st ODI for the Indian national cricket team. He will be the second most-capped ODI player for India by surpassing Rahul Dravid (340 ODI). Only Sachin Tendulkar will be ahead of Dhoni in this list as Tendulkar played the world record 463 ODIs for India.

ii) MS Dhoni is one stumping away to create a new record of most number of stumpings by an Indian wicketkeeper in Cricket World Cup history. MS Dhoni and Kiran More are the joint record holders for India as both have made six stumpings in CWC history.

 

(New Zealand)

Martin Guptill

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i) Opening batsman Martin Guptill has scored 907 runs in Cricket World Cup. By adding 93 more runs, Guptill will become the second New Zealand cricketer to score 1,000 runs in CWC history. Their former cricketer Stephen Fleming scored 1,075 runs in CWC.

 

Tim Southee

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i) The right-arm pacer Tim Southee has taken 33 wickets in Cricket World Cup. Among the New Zealand bowlers, only Jacob Oram and Daniel Vettori took more wickets in CWC as both picked up 36 CWC wickets.

ii) Tim Southee has already bagged 496 wickets in the international career. The right-arm pace bowler is four wickets away to complete 500 international wickets. After Sir Richard Hadlee (589 wickets) and Daniel Vettori (696 wickets), Southee will be the third New Zealand bowler to take 500 international wickets.

 

Kane Williamson

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i) As a captain, Kane Williamson has scored 2,920 ODI runs. By adding 80 more runs, Williamson will become the second New Zealand ODI captain to score 3,000 runs. Stephen Fleming is leading this table who scored 6,295 runs as an ODI captain.