Indian Team Got What It Wanted saib by Shoaib Akhtar for IND vs NZ World Cup 2019 semi final. India will definitely give a tough time to New Zealand in the semi-final. India want new zealand in Semi Final rather England. A straight forward prediction by Honorable Shoaib Akhtar is in the favour of India. Same is predicted by Respected Saqlian Mushtaq that India will beat New Zealand in ICC CWC 2019 first Semi Final.
India vs New Zealand Stats comparison
India vs New Zealand Head to Head Record at Neutral Venue
Total 32 matches has been played between IND and NZ. Both have won 15 matches each. Hence at Neutral venue IND vs NZ has 50% win ratio.
India vs New Zealand Head to Head ODIs
Total 106 head to head matches were played between IND and NZ. India has won 55 and NZ has won 45 match. India has greater win ratio over NZ in overall Ind vs NZ head to head contest.
India vs New Zealand Head to Head at England
India has very weak record against New Zealand in England. India vs NZ 3 matches has been played in England and all 3 matches won by New Zealand. India has 0% win ration vs NZ in England.
India vs New Zealand Head to Head at Old Trafford, Manchester, England
This is snapshot of the only ODI played between India and new Zealand at
Old Trafford, Manchester, England in world cup 1975. New Zealand won that match. This record also favors NEW Zealand.
India vs all teams at Old Trafford, Manchester, England
India has played 10 matches so far at Old Trafford, Manchester, England. India won 5 and lost 5 hence has 50% win ratio at Old Trafford.
NZ vs all teams at Old Trafford, Manchester, England
New zealand had played 7 matches at Old Trafford so far and won only 2 matches.
India vs New Zealand, World Cup 2019 Manchester weather update: What happens if the semifinal gets washed out
According to the British weather reports, Tuesday will likely be a cloudy, with spells of light showers. But unlike the group stage, the semifinals and the final have a reserve day each. In the event of play being interrupted on Tuesday, teams will resume action the next day. But if it’s a washout on both days, then India qualifies for the final on the basis of having garnered more points (15) than New Zealand (11) in the league stage.