ODI World Cup 2023: In this year’s ODI World Cup 2023, New Zealand is on the third position on the points table with 8 points. Their only loss was against the men in blue side.
Australia had started this event of the one-day international format with two back-to-back losses against India and South Africa.
But now their ODI World Cup 2023 campaign has come right on track after three straight wins over Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands. The Aussies are in the fourth spot with six points to their name.
Match – Australia Vs New Zealand Match 27th ODI World Cup 2023
Day and Date – Saturday, 28th October 2023
Venue – Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium in Dharamshala
TV Channel – Star Sports
Live Streaming – Disney+ Hotstar Mobile Application
Australia and New Zealand are neighbours and they have had a good rivalry on a cricket field. The last one-day international match between these two countries was played last year in 2022 where the Aussies won by 25 runs. Overall Australia has a good record in the ODI format.
Since 1974 to 2022, Australia and New Zealand have played 141 games of the fifty overs format where the Aussies have won 95 ODI matches and the Blackcaps side has won just 39 games of the one-day international format till now, while seven games have ended in a no result affairs.
The five-time champion side, Australia and the team who hasn’t won a single ODI World Cup title, New Zealand were also the finalists of the 2015 ODI World Cup, where the Aussies won that event and they also became the second host country to win this fifty overs competition after India won it in 2011.
In the ODI World Cup encounters as well, the Aussies are dominant over the Kiwis. These two teams have played 11 matches in the one-day international tournament where the Baggy Greenside has won eight games while the Blackcaps side has just three wins under their belt in history of this ICC mega event of the One Day International format.
1987: Australia won by 3 runs
Australia won by 17 runs
1992: New Zealand by 37 runs 1996
Australia won by six wickets
1999: New Zealand won by five wickets
2003: Australia won by 96 runs
2007: Australia has won by 215 runs
2011: Australia won by seven wickets
2015 – New Zealand won by one wicket
Australia won by seven wickets
2019 – Australia won by 86 runs