Six weeks hard work two countries have reached to the final of 2015 cricket world cup and one has got opportunity to become new cricket world champion. After 48 matches of 11th world cup finally the moment has arrived for which billions of cricket followers wait as final match has been scheduled to play on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The two teams who favorite before the starting of tournament have entered in the final and they’ve proven that why they have been strongest teams to claim title. Australia and New Zealand are the hosting nations of CWC and they will meet to win the title. Australian team has won world cup on 4 occasions in 1987, 1999, 2003 and 2011 but they haven’t won world cup in front of their home crowd.
New Zealand are playing their first world cup final hence they will be feeling more pressure. But the way Brendon McCullum has led his team through-out the world cup campaign it’s really been awesome and they played aggressive cricket throughout the 2015 world cup. They won all matches and now looking to ended it with the massive win against hosts Australia.
Michael Clarke is playing his last ODI tomorrow as he has announced retirement from 50-over format cricket to focus on test cricket. He’ll be desperate to say bye ODI cricket by winning biggest event in his career under his own captaincy. Australian team lost only one match in the tournament which was pool game against Blackcaps.
Australia defeated defending champs India in the semi-final to get here in world cup final for the seventh time and will be eager to win it. Aussies are in good form and they played good cricket against seven consecutive matches winner team India in last game. So it’s going to be in interesting battle tomorrow between Kiwis and Kangaroos.
Read more: Australia vs New Zealand match preview
This New Zealand vs Australia live world cup final match is scheduled to play on 29 march, 2015 and it will begin at 14:30 local time, 3:30 GMT.
Date: 29 March, 2015
Time: 14:30 AEDT, 3:30 GMT
Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Telecast: Star Sports, Fox Sports, Sky Sport
Won you’ll support tomorrow, Australia or New Zealand?