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In form New Zealand is ready to play their next match of Super 10 rounds against Australia on 18th March 2016 at Dharamsala. Here you can catch Australia vs New Zealand astrological prediction. Aus vs NZ match prediction World Cup 2016.
- Event: ICC T20 World Cup 2016 Super 10 Stage
- Match: Super 10, 5th T20
- Teams: Australia vs New Zealand
- Time: 15:00 Local | 09:30 GMT
- Date: 18th March, 2016
- Venue: Dharamsala
Australia to open their world cup journey while facing New Zealand in their inaugural match on 18th March 2016. Australia during their warm up matches did not able to show off any kind of impressive performance as counter side lost their match against West Indies. But Aussies known for their come backs and cricket analyst predicting fighting match between Australia vs New Zealand.
New Zealand cricket team in their opening match against host side India stunt every one with their brilliant display of professional cricket. As the counter side defeated India after one sided match and set another record against former champion as New Zealand bowled out India on lowest total ever in World Cup history. Both batting and bowling line ups of Kiwi’s in top touch but real threat for Australia is the spin attack as Sodhi performed well in last match as he took 4 wickets and played crucial role in victory of their team.
Australia on the other hand of spectrum will try to make strategies how to hand New Zealand bowling attack especially their spin wizards. Aussies no doubt holds a very balanced batting line up. Australia includes many high profile players in their team like Aaron Finch, David Warner and SR Watson but still fighting match is expected between both companies. Australia look busy in their training camps in order to overcome their minor mistakes and march on field with full preparation.
Australia Squad: SPD Smith, DA Warner, AC Agar, NM Coulter-Nile, JP Faulkner, AJ Finch, JW Hastings, JR Hazlewood, UT Khawaja, MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell, PM Nevill, AJ Tye, SR Watson and A Zampa.
New Zealand Squad: KS Williamson, CJ Anderson, TA Boult, GD Elliott, MJ Guptill, MJ McClenaghan, NL McCullum, AF Milne, C Munro, HM Nicholls, L Ronchi, MJ Santner, IS Sodhi, TG Southee and LRPL Taylor.