India vs New Zealand World Cup 2023:

India vs New Zealand World Cup 2023: Team India is 2 wins away from winning the 2023 ODI World Cup. India will face New Zealand in the semi-finals. This match will be played on November 15 at 2 pm at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. The Kiwis had eliminated India from the tournament in the last edition. Plus, the statistics from knockout matches are even more frightening. India has never lost to New Zealand in a World Cup match.

Kiwi team dominated in knockout matches

India and New Zealand have faced each other three times in the ICC World Test Championship. India had lost all these matches. The first match between the two teams was the final of the ICC Knockout Match 2000 Champions Trophy when the Stephen Fleming-led side defeated India by four wickets. After this, both the teams faced each other in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup, which was in the name of the Kiwi team. The final of the ICC World Test Championship 2021 was also played between these two teams. India had to face defeat in this match.

Head-to-head record in World Cup

Both teams have played 10 ODI matches against each other. New Zealand won by 5 wickets and India won by 4 wickets. At the same time, during the 2019 World Cup, a match between the two teams was canceled due to rain. This year also both the teams faced each other in the league stage. This time the Indian team was successful in defeating the Kiwi team.

Who has dominance in India?

The Indian team has dominated the New Zealand team on Indian soil. A total of 39 matches have been played between the two teams. India won this match by 30 runs. At the same time, the Kiwi team has been successful in winning only 8 matches and there was no result in 1 match. Apart from this, a total of 117 matches have been played between the two teams so far in One Day International matches. Of these, India has won 59 and New Zealand has won 50.

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