T20 WORLD CUP 2021: FINAL: AUS VS NZ: Australia vs New Zealand: Head to Head Records

It is the Trans-Tasman Rivalry, Australia is going to face New Zealand on Sunday night at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai. Both the teams have won the semi-finals and that too in some similar manner and style. Australia has the advantage of knowing the conditions and the pressure to play in a final. Before the historic encounter, we will have a look at the head-to-head records of AUS VS NZ.

HEAD TO HEAD RECORDS : AUS Vs NZ

Matches Played14
Australia Won9
New Zealand Won5
Tied1
No Result0
Australia Win %64.28 %
New Zealand Win %35.71 %
First Played OnFebruary 2005
Last played OnFebruary 2021
IN T20 World Cup 1
Aus won0
NZ Won1

HIGHEST TOTALS & LOWEST TOTALS : AUS Vs NZ

Highest team total: On February 16, 2018, Australia successfully chased down a target of 244 runs within 18.5 overs. The final ball of the innings saw Aaron Finch hitting Colin de Grandhomme for a six which took Australia’s total to 245/5.

Lowest team total: On March 5, 2021, New Zealand were bowled out for just 106 runs while chasing a target of 157. It is the lowest team total between the two sides.

TOP PERFORMERS : AUS Vs NZ

Most Runs :

AUS: 251 (Aaron Finch)

NZ: 435 (Martin Guptill)

Most Wickets :

AUS: 13 (Ashton Agar)

NZ: 16 (Ish Sodhi)

Most Catches :

AUS: 10 (Glenn Maxwell)

NZ: 10 (Martin Guptill)

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES AND MILESTONES :

Highest individual score: During the second T20I in February 2010, Brendon McCullum hit a 56-ball 116 in what was New Zealand’s first-ever win over Australia in T20I. This is the highest individual score in an Australia vs New Zealand T20I game.

Best bowling figure: The third T20I during Australia’s tour of New Zealand in March 2021 saw Ashton Agar finishing with a figure of 6/30. It is the best bowling figure in an Australia vs New Zealand T20I match.

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