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AUS vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Captain & Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch report, Weather and other updates

The Chappell-Hadlee series to commence again after it was left unfinished due to the pandemic

The Trans-Tasman rivalry continues as New Zealand will be touring Australia for a 3 match ODI series. The last time these two teams met for an ODI series was in March 2020 and that series was halted only after one match due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 1st ODI will be played on the 6th of September. Both teams are coming on the back of series wins. New Zealand clinched the closely contested series against West Indies 2-1. Australia defeated Zimbabwe 2-1 which included a loss no one would have expected in the final ODI. Having already won the series Australia were bowled out 141 in the 3rd ODI, and even though Zimbabwe lost 7 wickets, they somehow managed to chase down the total.

New Zealand have not had much success in Australia over the years, so they will be looking to put on a fight and change that. Australia would think of the defeat to Zimbabwe as an aberration and would focus to play well against a quality side. In this article, we will provide AUS vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Captain & Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Head-to-head, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Weather, and other updates.

AUS vs NZ: Match Details

MatchAustralia vs New Zealand
Date6th September
Time2:20 pm Local, 9:50 am IST
VenueCazaly’s Stadium, Cairns
Live StreamingSony Sports Network

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AUS vs NZ: Cazaly’s Stadium, Pitch Report, and Weather Forecast-

The surface at the Cazaly’s Stadium has not seen much of international cricket and is likely to be helpful for the bowlers, especially the pacers. The average score at this venue is 126 based on the last five matches. Captains might want to opt to field first if they win the toss.

The forecast suggests the weather to be overcast. The average temperature in Cairns is expected to be upwards of 22°C.

Injury Update:

As of now, there is no such news about any injury. But we will update if there is any official confirmation regarding the injury.

AUS vs NZ Head-to-Head Records:

In the last five matches between the two sides, Australia has won 2 games and New Zealand won 1, with the 2 remaining being no results.

Form Guide (Last 5 Matches)

New ZealandWWLWW

AUS vs NZ Player Stats:

Player Team ODI MatchesRunsWickets
Aaron FinchAustralia14353964
Kane WilliamsonNew Zealand152620737
Martin GuptillNew Zealand19673384

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AUS vs NZ Dream11 Top Picks:

  • Mitchell Starc: The left-arm seamer has a good record against New Zealand and had a decent outing in the Zimbabwe series. He definitely should be considered for the fantasy team.
  • Daryl Mitchell: The middle-order batter has been impressive for New Zealand in all formats for some time now. He would be a crucial pick in the fantasy team.

AUS vs NZ Dream11 Prediction Team:

AUS vs NZ Dream11 Prediction

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AUS vs NZ Dream11 Prediction Team:

  • Wicketkeeper: Tom Latham
  • Batters: David Warner, Steven Smith, Devon Conway
  • All-rounders: Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Santner, Cameron Green
  • Bowlers: Tim Southee, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, Trent Boult

Dream11 Captain & Vice-Captain:

Captain: Josh Hazlewood

Vice-Captain: David Warner

AUS vs NZ Probable XI:

Australia: Aaron Finch (c), David Warner, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson

New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Tom Latham (wk), Kane Williamson (c), Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson

AUS vs NZ Dream11 Match Prediction: Who will win?

Though New Zealand have not had a good record in Australia, they do look a bit stronger and would look to start the series with a win. It is likely to be a close contest.

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Mitash Arora
Mitash Arorahttp://thesportslite.com
Mitash Arora is a student at VIPS, Pitampura currently pursuing Bachelors of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication. He is 19 years old and likes to write about the game of cricket.

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