New Zealand vs Australia cricket world cup 2015 preview.
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New Zealand vs Australia world cup 2015 match-20 preview

The biggest match of pool A in 2015 cricket world cup is scheduled for 28 February as both hosting nations Australia and New Zealand are going to face each other at Auckland. The match is going to be very important and exciting as both the teams are included in the list of strongest teams to claim 11th ICC world cup.

New Zealand vs Australia cricket world cup 2015 preview.

New Zealand cricket team hasn’t lost single match in played three matches of 2015 world cup so far. They are at the top of points table and will remain the same even if Australia beats them.  Kiwi team will be eyeing to get morale booster winning as this is their big match against in-form Australian team. This is the chances for both the teams to test their preparations for world cup whether they can win it or not.

Australia team will be looking to get match after 14 days of time period as they played opening game of world cup on 14 Feb against England which they won comfortably. The second match on 21 February was abandoned due to rain against Bangladesh. But now team will be eager to get good match against home side New Zealand at Eden’s Park in Auckland.

Michael Clarke will be leading Australian side after a long period of time and is expected that James Faulkner may also play tomorrow’s match. Australia-New Zealand match always been exciting and nobody want to miss such contest in both countries.

Both New Zealand and Australia are in great form whatever the department of game is. Brendon McCullum is one of the most vital players for New Zealand in the match and Australian pace bowler Josh Hazlewood also accepted this that McCullum is a dangerous player and will be key batsman for Blackcaps in the match.

Former Kiwi captain Martin Crowe is also believed that Brendon has done well and will be vital player for New Zealand. Both Australia and New Zealand are full with all-rounders and batting line up is having good depth. So we can expect some great cricket over all tomorrow at Auckland.


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