1st ODI Match, Australia vs New Zealand, AUS VS NZ, New Zealand tour of Australia 2020 , SG Sports Prediction

1st ODI Match, Australia vs New Zealand, AUS VS NZ, New Zealand tour of Australia 2020 , SG Sports Prediction, Sanjay Goyal +918923458133, +918958901033

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TEAMS

 Australia

New Zealand

SQUADS

Australia Squad : Aaron Finch (c), Alex Carey (wk), David Warner, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, D Arcy Short, Mitchell Marsh, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Kane Richardson, Ashton Agar, Matthew Wade

New Zealand Squad : Kane Williamson (c), Tom Latham (wk), Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Ross Taylor, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Kyle Jamieson, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson, Ish Sodhi, Tom Blundell, Matt Henry

SCHEDULE

Mar 13, FriAustralia vs New Zealand, 1st ODI
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
9:00 AM
03:30 AMGMT / 02:30 PM LOCAL

Mar 15, SunAustralia vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
5:00 AM (Mar 15)
11:30 PMGMT (Mar 14) / 10:30 AM LOCAL

Mar 20, FriAustralia vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
9:00 AM
03:30 AMGMT / 02:30 PM LOCAL

There’s been a wave of nostalgia and a flurry of #throwback as Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket flooded social media with photoshoots of their retro kits-clad players in the build up to the series.

Australia’s bright yellow with green streaks and New Zealand’s famous teal jersey is indeed a deep-dive into the 1990s as far as visual memory is concerned. It’s a decade Australia would love to travel back in time to when they dominated world cricket with some of the most envious ODI line-ups in tow. More so now, when they’ve hit a rough patch extending to five straight defeats in the format. New Zealand meanwhile, would prefer staying as far away from that period as they can, and you can’t really blame them – why be perennial also-rans when you can be recurring finalists?

New Zealand have arrived on the shores of their Trans-Tasman rivals with very little focus or relevance of the impending series. If it being a T20 World Cup year wasn’t enough to dilute the importance of a 50-over series, there’s a wide spreading pandemic that’s putting the entire sport – and many others – in perspective.

AUS VS NZ

AUS VS NZ

AUS VS NZ

AUS VS NZ

AUS VS NZ

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