NZ vs SA Dream11 Prediction Today’s, CWC Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates for Cricket World Cup 2023, 32nd Match

South Africa last won a game against New Zealand in ODI World Cup in 1999.

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Preview

On Wednesday, November 1, at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune, New Zealand and South Africa NZ vs SA will play the 32nd match of the ODI World Cup 2023. So far in the tournament, these two squads have been among the most dominant. In second position, South Africa has won five of the last six games, while New Zealand has won four of the last six.

In their most recent encounter, New Zealand was defeated by Australia by a scant five runs. Australia’s openers, Head and Warner, got things going quickly, scoring a Powerplay record 118 runs in the first ten overs. Warner reached a century with 109 off 67 deliveries, while Head scored 81 off 65 deliveries. After scoring 388 runs in 49.2 overs, Australia amassed 93 runs in the final ten overs.

New Zealand responded by losing their first two innings but managing to score 73 in the Powerplay. Mitchell scored 54 while Ravindra and Mitchell combined 96 for the third wicket. In the ODI World Cup against Australia, Rachin Ravindra became just the third hitter to score a century (116 off 89). In the final over of play, New Zealand needed to score 19 runs to win. They lost by a margin of five runs.

For New Zealand, Glenn Phillips and Trent Boult each claimed three wickets; in his ten overs, Phillips gave up just 37 runs. With three wickets for 74 runs in ten overs, Australia’s top bowler was Adam Zampa.

The last game South Africa played was against Pakistan. After losing both of their openers and managing just 58 runs in the first ten overs, Pakistan’s innings got off to a rough start. Marco Jansen claimed both of their wickets. Once Babar Azam hit fifty, Pakistan was in trouble until a partnership of eighty-four runs between Saud Shakeel and Shadab Khan took the total past 200. With a top score of 52, Shakeel led Pakistan to a final bowling score of 270 in 46.4 overs. The most effective bowler was Tabraiz Shamsi, who took four wickets for 60 runs. Marco Jansen also picked up three wickets to keep up his good form.

Despite losing two wickets in the Powerplay, South Africa suffered a similar early blow and only scored 67 runs. With 91 runs and an important 70-run partnership with David Miller, Aiden Markram led the innings. Despite facing challenges following Markram’s demise, South Africa managed to win in 47.2 overs by one wicket. Usama Mir and Muhammad Wasim Jr. both claimed two wickets, while Shaheen Afridi stole the show with three.

NZ vs SA

Match Information

Match 32, Pune, November 01, 2023, 02:00 PM

South Africa
357/4(50.0ov)
New Zealand
167/10(35.3ov)

South Africa beat New Zealand by 190 runs

Weather Report

stadiumMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune

Clouds Clouds 23.4°C
humidity 47% (Humidity)

Pitch Report

The surface at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium is likely to have a lot to offer to the batters. The average first innings score in the last five games has been 296 runs. The team winning the toss might look to bowl.
60% Pace Bowling
40% Spin Bowling
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70% Batting Pitch
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296 Average Score
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30% Bowling Pitch

Team Form (Last 5 matches)

L
NZvsBAN
BAN Won By 9 wickets
W
NZvsBAN
NZ Won By 7 wickets
W
NZvsBAN
NZ Won By 44 runs (D/L method)
L
NZvsIND
IND Won By 70 runs
W
NZvsSL
NZ Won By 5 wickets
L
SAvsIND
IND Won By 78 runs
W
SAvsIND
SA Won By 8 wickets
L
SAvsIND
IND Won By 8 wickets
L
SAvsAUS
AUS Won By 3 wickets
W
SAvsAFG
SA Won By 5 wickets

Players Stats in Series

765 Runs

11 Matches

597 Runs

11 Matches

594 Runs

10 Matches

578 Runs

10 Matches

552 Runs

10 Matches

535 Runs

11 Matches

24 Wkts

7 Matches

23 Wkts

11 Matches

21 Wkts

9 Matches

20 Wkts

11 Matches

20 Wkts

8 Matches

18 Wkts

9 Matches

6 Fifties

11 Matches

4 Fifties

9 Matches

4 Fifties

9 Matches

4 Fifties

9 Matches

3 Fifties

4 Matches

3 Fifties

9 Matches

201* Runs

128 Balls Faced

177* Runs

132 Balls Faced

174 Runs

140 Balls Faced

163 Runs

124 Balls Faced

152* Runs

121 Balls Faced

140 Runs

107 Balls Faced

Probable Playing XI

New Zealand:

Will Young, James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Tom Latham(c)†, Devon Conway, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Matt Henry.

South Africa:

David Miller, Temba Bavuma(c), Rassie van der Dussen, Aiden Markram, Marco Jansen, Quinton de Kock†, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Gerald Coetzee.

Fantasy Sports Team

Injury and availability news

Will be added when there is an update.

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Lungi Ngidi, Will Young

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