Preview followed by live coverage of the October 18th 2021 cricket match between New Zealand and Australia - commentary, stats, photos, videos, scores & match report
The New Zealand cricket team toured Australia in November and December 2019 to play three Test matches. The Test series was played for the Trans-Tasman Trophy and formed part of the inaugural 2019–2021 ICC World Test Championship. The first Test was a day/night match at the Perth Stadium. Cricket Australia confirmed the fixtures for the tour in May 2019. New Zealand returned to Australia in March 2020 to play three One Day International matches for the Chappell–Hadlee Trophy. In the ...
1st Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground - Dec 29, 1973 - Jan 2, 1974, Australia won by an innings and 25 runs (Australia 462/8d; New Zealand 237 and 200 f/o). 2nd Test at Sydney Cricket Ground - Jan 5-10, 1974, Drawn (New Zealand 312 and 305/9d; Australia 162 and 30/2). 3rd Test at Adelaide Oval - Jan 26-31, 1974, Australia won by an innings and 57 runs (Australia 477; New Zealand 218 and 202 f/o).
New Zealand meet Australia in their warmup fixture in Abu Dhabi. This is the same venue which would be hosting the Afghanistan-South Africa game earlier in the day. Flashback to 2010. Australia were languishing at number 9 in the ICC T20 rankings and were not given a 1 percent chance of winning the World Cup.
New Zealand and Australia will kick off their T20 World Cup campaign on Monday with a Warm-Up fixture. Led by Kane Williamson, New Zealanders have a solid squad and many of their players were recently part of IPL as well. They were well-versed with the conditions in UAE because of their recent experience in IPL.
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The New Zealand cricket team toured Australia between 13 November 2008 and 15 February 2009. The tour was divided into two legs; commencing with a tour match against New South Wales, the first leg contained two Test matches between New Zealand and Australia in which the sides competed for the Trans-Tasman Trophy. New Zealand then went home for a series against the West Indies and Australia hosted the South African team. New Zealand returned to Australia on 29 January 2009 for the second leg, com