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India and New Zealand World Cup Semifinal Records

By Ravi - November 10, 2023 - Last updated on Nov 10, 2023 01:28 PM
India and New Zealand World Cup Semifinal Records

India and New Zealand World Cup Semifinal Records

New Zealand has almost confirmed its place in the ODI World Cup semi-finals with a big win over Sri Lanka. Team India is already in the semi-finals after winning 8 consecutive matches.

With the victory of New Zealand, it has also become clear that India will face the Kiwi team in the first semi-final. This match will be held on November 15 at 2 pm at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

How was New Zealand Qualification confirmed?

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka

New Zealand defeated Sri Lanka and increased their run rate to +0.743. In the race for knockout, Pakistan's run rate is +0.036 and Afghanistan's run rate is -0.338. In such a situation, only if Pakistan wins by 287 runs or Afghanistan wins by 438 runs, they will be able to reach the semi-finals. Pakistan's match will be with England and Afghanistan's match will be with South Africa. In history, both the teams have never lost by such a big margin, so New Zealand's play in the semi-finals is 99% certain.

India and New Zealand ODI World Cup records

Comparison PointsIndiaNew Zealand
Total Match10
No Result11

Also Read: Team India No.1 in ICC Men's Test Rankings

India and New Zealand in the semi-finals of 2019 World Cup

India and New Zealand

India and New Zealand will meet in the semi-finals of the ODI World Cup for the second consecutive time. Earlier in 2019 also, the first semi-final of the tournament was held between these two teams. Even then India was on top in the points table and New Zealand was at number-4, this time also the situation will be the same. In 2019, New Zealand won the semi-final match played on Manchester grounds by 18 runs.

New Zealand's stay at number-4 is also certain because South Africa and Australia, occupying number-2 and number-3, have 12-12 points. New Zealand has 10 points and all the matches of the team have ended, so now the team cannot reach the top-3 position by reaching 12 points. Semi-final 2 between Australia and South Africa will be held in Kolkata on 16 November.

India vs New Zealand Records in India

Comparison PointsIndiaNew Zealand
Total Match39
No Result11

India won 8 consecutive matches

World Cup 2023: India had trouble registering victory against Australia in the very first match. In front of the target of 200 runs, the team had lost 3 wickets for 2 runs. But here KL Rahul and Virat Kohli made an excellent partnership and led the team to victory by 6 wickets.

After winning the first match, Team India started dominating and registered one-sided victories over Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, New Zealand, England, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Team India's last league match will be against Netherlands in Bengaluru on 12th November.

Also Read: Team India No.1 in ICC Men T20I Rankings

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