AUS Vs NZ Dream 11 Prediction, New Zealand tour of Australia 2022

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Australia Vs New Zealand Dream 11 Prediction Outlook:

The two of the strongest teams in world cricket are all set to compete in a three-match ODI series, starting September 6 at the Cazaly’s Stadium in Cairns. Here in this article, we talk about Australia Vs New Zealand Dream 11 Prediction in detail.

New Zealand continues to remain the best team in the world, but this year they haven’t faced much competition. The Blackcaps have played Netherlands, Ireland, and Scotland in ODI matches so far in 2022, with the exception of West Indies, who aren’t playing well in ODIs right now.

Australia will be entering this series after suffering a shocking defeat to Zimbabwe in the final game of the home series. In ODIs, the hosts haven’t fared well this year. The Australians travelled to Sri Lanka for a 5-match ODI series before the home series against Zimbabwe, which they lost 3-2. Prior to it, Pakistan defeated Australia in a three-match ODI series, 2-1.

Let’s dive into the AUS Vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Dream 11 Team Today, ICC, and match detail to learn more details below.

Match Details:

Match – 1 of 3 @ 9:50 AM IST

Venue – Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns

Where to watch live:

The game between Australia and New Zealand will be telecasted on Sony Sports network channels. Fans will be able to watch the live streaming of AUS Vs NZ match on Sonyliv app.

You can also track live scores and updates on the Stumps and Bails website as well.

New Players Availability:

The teams will play with their full potential.

Pitch Report

Two One Day Internationals have been played at this venue so far, both in 2003 against Australia and Bangladesh. The average first innings total in both games was merely 126 runs, and both times the chasing sides triumphed thanks to the pitch’s assistance to the bowlers.

AUS Vs NZ Probable XIs:

Australia XI

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey (wk), Marcus Stoinis, Cameron Green, Glenn Maxwell, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

New Zealand XI

Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Kane Williamson (c), Tom Latham (wk), Daryl Mitchell, Michael Bracewell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult

Power Play scores:

The batting struggles were clear from the 1st ODI and it was only about time until the Aussies were put to bat first, that their batting order collapsed for a low total in their last ODI series against Zimbabwe. Things don’t look so bright for the batting department as Australia face their trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand at home. A 55 to 60 score will be expected from Aussies overs in the first powerplay of the game.

While New Zealand are also capable to score good runs in powerplay, just like we witnessed in their recent games, and if their batters managed to play as per their reputation, then one can expect Hong Kong to score 70 to 75 on board in first 6 overs.

Death Over scores:

Australia batters are capable of scoring quick runs especially in death overs. Considering that we can assume 70 to 75 runs in the final 10 overs for Australia. New Zealand too have some quality batters in their line-up, and they will also post 75 to 80 runs on board during the death overs as well.

Overall scores:

Australia might score somewhere in the range of 260-270 in their 50-over quota. While New Zealand could post 280-290 runs if they opted to bat first.

AUS Vs NZ Fantasy League Playing 11:

Here are the top 3 teams we have for you

Player CreditsPlayer CreditsPlayer Credits
David Warner ©10Tom Latham 9Devon Conway 9
Martin Guptill 9Aaron Finch 8.5David Warner 10
Kane Williamson9.5Steve Smith ©9.5Kane Williamson ©9.5
Steve Smith 9.5Marnus Labushagne 8.5Daryll Mitchell 8.5
Alex Carey 8.5Daryll Mitchell 8.5Glenn Maxwell (vc)9
Glenn Maxwell9Glenn Philips 8Marcus Stoinis 8.5
Jimmy Neesham 8.5Marcus Stoinis 8.5Michael Bracewell 8.5
Mitchell Santner 8.5Tim Southee (vc)8.5Lockie Ferguson 8.5
Mitchell Starc 9Matt Henry 8.5Adam Zampa 9
Trent Boult (vc)9Adam Zampa 9Trent Boult 9

Who will win Today’s match between AUS Vs NZ?

The home team enters the series after being humiliated by Zimbabwe in Townsville on Saturday, losing by three wickets to give the 13th-ranked team in the world its first victory over Australia’s cricketing superpower.

The numbers, however, are not in the visitors’ favour because Australia hasn’t suffered an ODI home loss to New Zealand since 2009.

Notably, the batting order of New Zealand does have a lot of depth, with players like Glenn Phillips and James Neesham batting at positions 7 and 8, respectively, and Mitchell Santner, a bowling all-rounder, at number 9. This indicates that even in the case of a batting collapse early on, New Zealand has a plenty number of significant batters to help them get back into the game.

They having tremendous depth to the Kiwi lineup of all-rounders and wicketkeeper batsmen in the squad. On top of that, the Blackcaps have the top-ranked ODI bowler in the world along with Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson.

AUS Vs NZ Today Dream Prediction:

From Australia the players to watch for in the first match of three-match ODI series would be David Warner and Steve Smith. Alex Carey as wicket-keeper. Glenn Maxwell as all-rounder. While Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will lead the bowling department.

Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson are the strongest players in New Zealand’s line-up. Jimmy Neesham and Mitchell Santner as all-rounders. While Trent Boult will lead the bowling department.

**Disclaimer: Please note that the cricket match predictions are based on our analysis and they do not promise fixed results**

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