|ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Betting|
| New Zealand
ScheduleSaturday, 28 February 2015 at 01:00 GMT / 01:00 UK / 06:30 IST
VenueEden Park, Auckland
Australia was deprived of two valuable points when their game against a rather lighter side, Bangladesh, was ruled out without a ball being bowled because of rain and they shared one point each. The Kangaroos have played two games, hold the second spot in Pool A with three points with a net run rate of +2.220 and will try to clinch the next one against New Zealand. The latter is leading the table while winning all three matches played so far and have gathered six points at a supreme run rate of +3.586. The two mighty sides of the event will do their best in the forthcoming game which will be a treat to watch for the cricket lovers across the globe.
The skipper of New Zealand, Brendon McCullum, blasted the fastest ODI fifty on 16 mere deliveries and surpassed the record of Sanath Jayasuriya who held that previously off 17 balls. The former smashed 77 off just 25 comprising 7 mighty sixes, 8 fours and ruled the rival bowling. The formidable batting line-up of Kiwis contains Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Grant Elliott and Luke Ronchi. Tim Southee became the highest wicket taker in a match for the Black Caps by grabbing 7-33 as Daniel Vettori, Corey Anderson, Trent Boult and Adam Milne are at their best.
Aaron Finch is the leading batsman of Australia whereas Glenn Maxwell, George Bailey, David Warner, Steven Smith, Shane Watson and Brad Haddin form a strong batting unit. Their lethal bowling battery comprises Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Watson.
Saturday, February 28, 2015 @ 01:00 GMT, 14:00 local at Eden Park, Auckland.
A nice day with little clouds around but mostly sunny and smooth evening with the temperatures around 15-26ᵒC.
The Black Caps won the toss just once in three matches and opted to chase and the Aussies might opt to bat.
The batsmen will enjoy playing their strokes and the bowlers will get after them by their accuracy.
Australia – George Bailey (C), David Warner, Aaron Finch, Shane Watson, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Brad Haddin, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc. Josh Hazlewood.
New Zealand – Brendon McCullum (C), Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Grant Elliott, Luke Ronchi, Corey Anderson, Daniel Vettori, Adam Milne, Tim Southee, Trent Boult.
Team New Zealand is in a sensational form and can win the encounter.