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WI vs NZ

WI vs NZ

WI vs NZ Match Details

Match: West Indies vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI | New Zealand Tour of West Indies

Date: Friday, 19 Aug 2022 / Saturday, 20 Aug 2022

Time: 23:30 (GMT+5.5) / 00:00 (GMT+6)

Format: ODI

Venue: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados


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  • The first ODI was won by West Indies by 5 wickets.
  • After bowlers established an easy goal, Shamarh Brooks’ 79 helped West Indies’ chase.
  • Out of the last five one-day internationals against the West Indies, New Zealand has triumphed four times.

 

On Friday afternoon in Barbados, the second of three one-day international matches between the West Indies and New Zealand will be played at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown. On Wednesday, West Indies defeated their 191-run goal with 11 overs remaining to win the series’ first game by five wickets.  At 14:00, the 2nd game will begin.

In cricket, form and momentum can shift very fast, and West Indies have unexpectedly defeated New Zealand twice in a row. If they want to win three straight games, they will have to perform at their highest level once again.

Although they didn’t play badly on Wednesday, New Zealand missed many excellent opportunities. They have a lot of experience, so we anticipate a stronger performance from them in this match.


WI vs NZ Weather Report

There will be clouds in the sky, and rain is 50% likely. 26 to 30 degrees Celsius will be the temperature range. It will blow 15 to 30 kilometers per hour out of the southwest.


WI vs NZ Match Toss Prediction

The team batting second has won four of the last five games. The toss winner should take the field first.


WI vs NZ Pitch Report

The pitch aids spinners in their efforts. A low-scoring contest is very likely to occur.


West Indies Team News & Probable Playing XIs

Kevin Sinclair, a 22-year-old off-spinner, and Yannic Cariah, a 30-year-old leg-spinner, made their ODI debuts for the home team in the first game of the series. The only pace bowlers in the lineup were Jason Holder and Alzarri Joseph, although neither will need a break after Wednesday’s victory.

Recent form – W L L L L L

West Indies’s Probable XI

Nicholas Pooran (c), Shai Hope (wk), Shamarh Brooks, Kyle Mayers, Jermaine Blackwood, Keacy Carty, Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Yannic Cariah, Akeal Hosein, Kevin Sinclair 


New Zealand Team News & Probable Playing XIs

Lockie Ferguson is likely to sit out this game. In order to preserve his fitness before the T20 World Cup, he frequently sits out back-to-back games. On Wednesday, he was expensive with the ball. We assume that Ish Sodhi, a spinner, will join the squad to take Ferguson’s place.

Recent form – L W W W W

New Zealand’s Probable XI

Kane Williamson (c), Devon Conway (wk), Finn Allen, Martin Guptill, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham, Mitchell Santner, Michael Bracewell, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boult


WI vs NZ Head-to-Head Stats (Last 5 matches)

Team Won Lost
West Indies 1 4
New Zealand 4 1

WI vs NZ – 2nd ODI, Dream 11

Wicket-keeper

  • Shai Hope (c) 
  • Finn Allen

Batters

  • Kane Williamson (vc)
  • Martin Guptil
  • Devon Conway
  • Shamarh Brooks

All-Rounders

  • Jason Holder 
  • Micthell Santner 

Bowlers

  • Trent Boult  
  • Akeal Hosein   
  • Alzarri Joseph

WI vs NZ – 2nd ODI, Dream 11


WI vs NZ Prediction

Winning the toss

  • New Zealand

Top batsman

  • West Indies – Shamarh Brooks  
  • New Zealand – Kane Williamson 

Top bowler

  • West Indies – Akeal Hosein 
  • New Zealand – Trent Boult

Most sixes

  • West Indies – Shamarh Brooks 
  • New Zealand – Finn Allen

Player of the Match

  • New Zealand – Kane Williamson

Team Scores Batting First

  • West Indies – 250+
  • New Zealand – 260+

New Zealand is the favorite to win this match.

 

Even though ODIs are a much lengthier format than IT20s, a game may still be won with just one strong performance. In the first game of the series, Shamrah Brooks delivered that, so it will be intriguing to watch who does so on Friday. Overall, we believe that New Zealand will prevail.

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