Pakistan Vs New Zealand 1st ODI Match (Preview)

by Nicholas Salgado | Posted on Friday, January 16th, 2015 | 0

The second One Day match of the series between Pakistan and New Zealand will hold at McLean Park. The match will live coverage by Star Cricket Live and TVNZ Sport Extra. Enjoy this match at this 2nd February. Match kick-off time is 8:00pm BST.

2nd ODI Match States:

Venue: McLean Park, Napier

Date: February 2, Monday, 2015.

Match: 2nd ODI match of New Zealand Vs Pakistan

Series: New Zealand tour of Pakistan 2015

Kick-off: 8:30 PM BST

New Zealand Vs Pakistan 1st ODI Match

1st ODI Match Broadcaster:

PTV Sports, Star Cricket Live, NEO Cricket Live, TVNZ Sport Extra, Ten Sports, Sky Sport, Sony SIX, Fox Sports 3.

Team squad:

1st ODI match team Squad of New Zealand

D Brownlie, M Guptill, K Williamson(c), To Latham, R Taylor, A Devcich, N McCullum, L Ronchi(k), A Milne, Ml McClenaghan, M Henry, J Neesham, D Vettori, C Anderson,

1st ODI Match Squad of Pakistan :

N Jamshed, A Shehzad, Y Khan, H Sohail, A Shafiq, U Akmal, S Afridi(c), S Ahmed(k), A Ali, M Irfan, Z Babar, W Riaz, M Hafeez, Y Shah, S Tanvir

Match Brief:

Pakistan is currently 7th in and ODI cricket ranking. They are the 1992 WC champion and played all the WC tournaments. So far Pakistan played 823 ODI matches and they have win 438, lost 360 and tie 8 matches. And the other 17 was end without any result.

They are the most T20 International playing nation in cricket history. They have played 83 T20 matches so far.

Into the ICC WC, Pakistan played 63 matches so far, wining 64 matches, losing 25 matches and 2 were ending with no result.

Pakistan is also the T20 winner of the second ICC T20 tournaments. Played 28 matches and win 18 matches in the 5 T20 world cup appearances.

New Zealand had played 92 One Day matches against Pakistan, is the third most after Australia (125) and India (93). They have also the 3rd most winning against Pakistan (37) after India (41) and England (38).

In total New Zealand have played 662 matches and winning 248 matches, losing 337 matches, ting 6 and 35 matches ending with no results.

New Zealand is currently in the 6th position in the list of the ICC ODI ranking.

Corey Anderson for New Zealand is the fastest ODI century holder in the ODI Cricket history. He had played the 36 balls century in the last year against West Indies.

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