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Australia tour of New Zealand 2021


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2021 Australia tour of New Zealand Facts

New Zealand Australia
Dates 22 February – 7 March 2021
Captains Kane Williamson Aaron Finch

Schedule

  • 3rd T20I (N), Wellington, Mar 3 2021, Australia tour of New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • Match yet to begin
    05-MAR-2021, 11:30 AM
    4th T20I (N), Auckland, Mar 5 2021, Australia tour of New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • Match yet to begin
    07-MAR-2021, 08:30 AM
    5th T20I, Mount Maunganui, Mar 7 2021, Australia tour of New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • Match yet to begin

Results

  • 2nd T20I, Dunedin, Feb 25 2021, Australia tour of New Zealand
  • New Zealand 219/7 ; Australia 215/8(20 ov, target 220)
    RESULT: New Zealand won by 4 runs
    PLAYER OF THE MATCH
    Martin Guptill
    New Zealand
  • 1st T20I (N), Christchurch, Feb 22 2021, Australia tour of New Zealand
    Toss
    Australia, elected to field first
    New Zealand 184/5 ; Australia 131 (17.3/20 ov, target 185)
    RESULT: New Zealand won by 53 runs
    Player Of The Match
    Devon Conway
    Series result
    New Zealand led the 5-match series 1-0

Squads

T20s Squad

New Zealand

Kane Williamson (c)
Hamish Bennett
Trent Boult
Mark Chapman
Devon Conway
Martin Guptill
Kyle Jamieson
James Neesham
Glenn Phillips
Mitchell Santner
Tim Seifert (wk)
Ish Sodhi
Tim Southee

Australia

Aaron Finch (c)
Matthew Wade (vc, wk)
Ashton Agar
Jason Behrendorff
Mitchell Marsh
Glenn Maxwell
Ben McDermott
Riley Meredith
Josh Philippe
Jhye Richardson
Kane Richardson
Daniel Sams
Tanveer Sangha
D’Arcy Short
Marcus Stoinis
Ashton Turner
Andrew Tye
Adam Zampa

Grounds

  • Hagley Oval, Christchurch
  • Location Christchurch, Canterbury
    Establishment 1851
    Capacity 18,000
  • University of Otago Oval, Dunedin
  • Former names Logan Park Oval
    Location Dunedin, New Zealand
    Owner Dunedin City Council
    Capacity 3500 (can be increased to 6000 by use of temporary seating)
    Surface Grass
  • Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
  • Former names WestpacTrust Stadium (2000–2002)
    Westpac Stadium (2002–2019)
    Location Wellington, New Zealand
    Owner Wellington Regional Stadium Trust
    (Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council)
    Operator Wellington Regional Stadium Trust
    Capacity 34,500
    Record attendance 46,474
  • Eden Park, Auckland
  • Former names Coopers Catch Park
    (October 12–18, 2020)[1]
    Location Kingsland, Auckland, New Zealand
    Owner Eden Park Trust Board
    Operator Eden Park Trust Board
    Capacity 50,000 (Rugby union and league – with standard seating)[2][3]
    60,000 (Rugby union and league – with temporary seating)[4]
    42,000 (Cricket)[5]
    Record attendance 61,240 (New Zealand vs South Africa, 1 September 1956)
    Surface Grass
  • Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
  • Location Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, New Zealand
    Establishment 2007 (first recorded match)
    Capacity 10,000