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    New Zealand [173/3] beat Afghanistan [172] by 7 wickets in the 13th match of the 2019 World Cup

    New Zealand, coming fresh after a nervy win against Bangladesh, will aim for an improved batting performance when they take on Afghanistan in their third match of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 in Taunton on Saturday.

    Overview

    Afghanistan v New Zealand

    County Ground, Taunton
    2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, Match 13
    Saturday, 8 June; 1.30pm local, 12.30pm GMT

    New Zealand, much like they did in 2015, have been building up their success in the tournament with their aggressive but disciplined fast bowling. While Matt Henry is leading the wicket-takers' list, Trent Boult, the No. 2 ranked bowler on the MRF Tyres ICC Bowling Rankings, has made his presence felt. Adding to this is the deception of Colin de Grandhomme, which has accounted for Virat Kohli, Angelo Mattews and Shakib Al Hasan on this tour so far; also not to forget Mitchell Santner's guile.

    The batting though slipped terribly in the second half of the run-chase against Bangladesh, before Santner saw them home. Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor will hope for more support from the middle order against the skilled Afghanistan bowling unit.

    Still searching for their first win, Afghanistan will regret the lost opportunity against Sri Lanka, as their batting failed after the bowlers had set it up. While the spin trio lived up to its reputation, the new ball bowlers can ill-afford indiscipline against the aggressive duo of Guptill and Munro. The batting, barring Najibullah Zadran, has so far seemed to lack the intensity and determination required at the biggest stage.

    Things have worsened for the Gulbadin Naib led side, as the explosive wicket-keeper batsman, Mohammad Shahzad, has been ruled out of the remainder of the tournament due to a knee injury.

    Key players

    Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan): Not a big turner of the ball, certainly capable to overturn the flow of a cricket match, Mohammad Nabi once again proved his immense skills as an off-spinner against Sri Lanka. He will look to bring his experience into play once again, to try and fetch the first points for Afghanistan in this World Cup.

    Kane Williamson (New Zealand): Arguably the best player of spin bowling in the Kiwi set-up, Kane Williamson's skill and experience would come in handy against his IPL teammates, Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi, in the middle overs. The New Zealand skipper would look to anchor the innings as the other batsmen will try to exploit the short boundaries at Taunton.

    Conditions

    A few blustery afternoon showers can be expected on an otherwise sunny day at Taunton. Short boundaries will make things difficult for the bowlers, much like it did in the last men's ODI hosted at this venue 20 years ago, when Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid stitched a 318-run partnership against Sri Lanka – a World Cup record till 2015.

    Squads

    Afghanistan: Gulbadin Naib (c), Noor Ali Zadran, Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmat Shah (wk), Asghar Afghan, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Najibullah Zadran, Samiullah Shinwari, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Dawlat Zadran, Aftab Alam, Hamid Hassan, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Ikram Ali Khil

    New Zealand: Kane Williamson (capt), Tom Blundell (wk), Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor

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    Afghanistan v New Zealand

    • This will be the second ODI meeting between Afghanistan and New Zealand; their only
    previous encounter ended in a six-wicket win to the Black Caps when they clashed at the
    2015 World Cup.

    • Afghanistan have lost their last two ODIs heading into this fixture will be aiming to avoid three
    consecutive defeats for the first time since the Cricket World Cup qualifiers in March 2018.

    • Each of Afghanistan’s last five ODIs have been won by the team to have lost the toss on the
    day, with Afghanistan picking up just two wins in that span (L3).

    • New Zealand have won 10 of their last 11 games at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup,
    including two on the bounce thus far in the 2019 edition; their only defeat in that span
    coming against Australia in the 2015 final.

    • New Zealand come into this game having won back-to-back ODIs in England and Wales;
    they had endured a four-match losing streak there immediately beforehand.

    • Kane Williamson (New Zealand) has managed to post 747 runs across his last 10 ODI knocks
    in England and Wales (74.7 average); his 40 against Bangladesh last time out ended a run of
    seven half-centuries there in a row.

    • Najibullah Zadran top-scored for Afghanistan with 56 runs from as many balls in their only
    previous ODI encounter with New Zealand, notching the second half-century of his ODI
    career in doing so.

    • Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan) took bowling figures of 4/30 in his last innings (v Sri Lanka),
    equalling his best ever figures in ODIs; just two of his 90 legal balls have been struck for
    boundaries so far in this edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

    • New Zealand’s Matt Henry has taken 14 wickets in his last five ODI bowling innings, including
    seven thus far at ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019; his yearly tally of 17 scalps in 2019 is
    already his most in a calendar year since 2016 (22).

    • Trent Boult (New Zealand) has taken at least one wicket in every ICC Men’s Cricket World
    Cup match he’s appeared in; he’s taken 25 in total and done so at an average of 18.4 in
    such fixtures.

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    New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.


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    Get the feeling we're losing today.


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    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

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    Zazai just throws his bat at everything

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    Afghanistan doesn't have the seamers to compete in English conditions. Their best hope in this WC is to get rinse on the board and for their spinners to have a say in the game.

    Not sure that their batting line can survive typical English conditions as well.

    NZ should win this.

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    NZ losing would be Pakistan’s advantage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Get the feeling we're losing today.
    Hope so

    If Afghanistan can post 270+ their spin can trouble kiwis

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    I have a feeling nz might lose today

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    noor ali zadran looks class, performing much better than shazad

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    Too much T20s hasn't helped Afghanistan. Need to try and develop a first class structure to take their game to the next level.

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    This is ordinary batting. Afghans keep throwing their bat at everything and are gifting wickets.

    After losing the openers they should've consolidated for a bit.

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    Disgraceful frm afgh. Wil the start they got they cud have gicen nz a scare. But no they want to gidt the kiwis a win and increase their NRR to make it harder for pak

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    Somethings never gonna change. Captain departs 4 down

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    Lol from 66/0 to 70/4.

    Given 4 wickets to trundlers.


    Ki Mohammad (saw) sey wafa tu ney tou hum terey hain
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    NZ test will be against India. If they can win that , they will have to be seen as a serious threat.

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    If nz win today with good margin then they r defos confirmed for semis

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    At last shahidi score 1 after 20 balls.

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    Zimbabwe is much better than Afghanistan.They should have been there instead of this awful team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Get the feeling we're losing today.
    You have that feeling for every game. You underrate your team way too much.


    Does cricket survive off of it's money or does it survive for it's money?

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    A brief rain stoppage but forecast is clear though for the rest of the day in Taunton.

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    Match delayed by rain
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    I see afg not really doing pak any favours here. Big big win on the cards here for the kiwis. Mind you there first 3 matchee have been against 3 weakest teams in tourny which has worked out for them

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    Id call it afghans inexperience rather than kiwis great bowling here.. Not a match to increase the ratings for the WC. Eyesore!!!

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    Hacks gonna hack, nothing surprising here

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    What a BORE FEST lol

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    ICC has gone mad.Such pathetic matches on Saturday

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    I can recall I think Zimbabwe scored around 140 odd and defended it against England in 1992 World Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gullycricket View Post
    ICC has gone mad.Such pathetic matches on Saturday
    Take a look at all the games on Saturdays.

    Majority of them are pathetic. I think the only good one is New Zealand Vs Australia on the 29th

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    When Nisham gets a 5 fer your batsmen are serious rubbish

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    Hope it's rained out

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    This Gulbadin guy is a joke.Can't bat Can't bowl.Playing as a specialist captain.Plus he is enjoying being the captain,promotes himself up the order when he is a horrendous batting average and brings himself to bowl the 7th over.The guy doesn't even bowl at 130kph.

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    Rashid Khan has suffered a concussion and won't play any part in this game.

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    Surprised at the lack of interest in this match

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    Afghanistan is unable to play 50 overs fully, that is where they are having problems in having competitive matches.

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    What sort of a fielding effort was that?

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    The fielding from Bangladesh and Afghanistan has been appalling today.

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    As comfortable as thi should be for nz, they aren't half scrapping for runs. None of the bowling has looked all that threatening at any stage.


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    Oh dear that was out.
    But no reviews left.

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    So they have had their easy matches now the World Cup starts for the Kiwis.

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    Shame Nicholls didn't play today. He's much better than Munro

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    Excellent win for NZ, literally destroyed Afg here.

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    It looked like there was bat first then pad.Anyway even if the umpire had given him out NZ would have won easily.They had plenty of wickets left and not many runs to get.

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    Latham credits bowlers in Afghanistan win

    New Zealand wicket-keeper Tom Latham paid tribute to the pace and accuracy of his team’s first change fast bowlers after gratefully accepting five catches in a seven-wicket victory over Afghanistan at Taunton.

    All-rounder Jimmy Neesham recorded his first five-wicket haul in ODIs while Lockie Ferguson again demonstrated that he brings an extra dimension to the New Zealand attack with his searing speed and hostile bounce.

    The win takes New Zealand to three victories in as many games at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, much to Latham’s delight.

    “I think it was a quality performance all round,” Latham said.

    “The way we went about things with the ball. We were put under a little bit of pressure early on but the most positive thing was the way we responded and the way Jimmy came in and bowled, the way Lockie came in and bowled, all the bowlers to be fair. The way we responded to the pressure we were put under was outstanding and to restrict them to 170-odd was very pleasing.

    “Lockie is certainly bowling pretty quick at the moment which is nice for our side. It’s nice being behind the stumps, standing a wee way back and the ball fizzing through. He’s obviously a vital member of our group and the way we go about things through the middle. He’s been doing a fantastic job and it’s nice to see him getting some wickets today.

    “He bowled pretty quickly today, I think the wicket did help which is nice. But I think the way he is able to adapt to each surface is really good and I think the way he has bowled in this World Cup so far has been great and hopefully he can got from strength to strength for the rest of the tournament.

    “Jimmy was outstanding. He hasn’t bowled 10 overs for a while so I guess the way he came in and bowled, the way he bashed a hard length and got some pace out of the wicket was really good. And for him to get the figures at the end of the day and get those wickets in the middle was certainly confidence boosting, not only for himself but for our group.”

    Afghanistan had made a strong start, with an opening stand of 66 before Neesham ripped through the top and middle order.
    And Latham felt the ability to keep taking wickets at regular intervals was key, particularly at a venue like Taunton.

    He added: “I think it just stops the momentum in terms of the batting side and on grounds which are a little bit smaller, 300 probably is par but when you are taking those wickets it obviously makes it hard to get those scores.

    “So it’s important for us that we keep trying to find ways to take wickets through the middle and we’ve been doing that in the last couple of games so hopefully we can that in the next few games as well.”

    Latham, who has returned to the side after suffering a fractured fingers, also praised the fielding.

    He added: “It’s nice when the guys are taking catches and guys are stopping those one-handed saves, it boosts the morale of the fielding unit. It is something we do pride ourselves on and I guess keep challenging ourselves on as well.”


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    An early World Cup exit for the cricketing public’s favourite underdogs seems inevitable after Afghanistan’s frailties against pace bowling on English pitches were again exposed at Taunton in a third consecutive defeat from as many matches.

    Afghanistan were bowled out for 207 in their opening match against defending champions Australia with both of their openers failing to score. Against Sri Lanka in a rain-shortened game they scored 152 after being set 187. Then at Taunton they succumbed for 172 all out against New Zealand after reaching 66 without loss. New Zealand reached their target with seven wickets and 17.5 overs to spare.

    Heavy rain drenched Taunton on the eve of the match and the weather on the morning of the day-night match was cold, wet and windy, reminding New Zealanders of the Basin Reserve in Wellington when the notorious southerly wind howls.

    Fortunately for the teams and the spectators at one of the more picturesque English grounds, where international rivals Ian Botham and Viv Richards combined to such devastating effect in domestic cricket a generation ago, the wind relented and the sun shone apart from two brief rain breaks.

    In response, after New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson had won the toss and predictably opted to field, Afghanistan initially displayed the enterprise and fighting spirit which has propelled a team who gestated in Pakistan refugee camps to the world’s premier one-day tournament.

    Afghanistan selected Noor Ali Zadran, one of only four players to hit a century in each innings in his first class debut, in place of his nephew Mujeeb Ur Rahman to open the batting with the ebullient Hazratullah Zazai.

    Hazratullah glided the third delivery from Matt Henry’s opening over to the fine-leg boundary, slashed the fourth over Ross Taylor’s outstretched hand at slip and slogged the fifth across the line for a third consecutive four.
    Noor, altogether more orthodox, unfurled sumptuous drives to the boundary off Henry and Trent Boult and flicked the latter delightfully through midwicket for another four. Hazratullah survived difficult chances on 16 and 18 to reach 34 when he was caught off

    Jimmy Neesham for 34 with the total on 66. Noor followed for 31 without addition to the score. Thereafter the Afghanistan middle order fell away with a series off ill-judged shots before Hashmatullah Shahidi came to their rescue with 59, including nine boundaries.

    Afghanistan’s problems at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, after making their debut four years ago in Australia and New Zealand, have been personified by the mixed fortunes of Rashid Khan, their outstanding player in recent seasons.

    Rashid’s quickish leg-spinners and googlies, agile fielding and effective batting down the order have made him a potent force with Afghanistan and in franchise T20 cricket and last year he became his country’s first Indian Premier League millionaire.

    At this year’s tournament Rashid struck 27 against Australia but his eight overs cost 52 runs, he took only one wicket and looked frustrated by the efforts of his fielders. He bounced back with 2/17 from against Sri Lanka but scored just two.

    Against New Zealand, Rashid was dismissed without scoring from the fourth ball of his innings when Lockie Ferguson, who has brought an extra dimension to the New Zealand attack with his pace and control as the first change, fired a short delivery at the

    Afghanistan batsman. Rashid ill-advisedly took a half step forward, was hit on the helmet and the ball fell on to the stumps as he reeled from the impact. The player did not take the field for the New Zealand innings after he complained of feeling unwell and a team spokesman said he had undergone a medical examination and would be assessed again on Sunday.

    Afghanistan will not play another game for seven days when they meet South Africa who have also lost their first three matches.

    Against a team led by Kagiso Rabada, Afghanistan know they will be in for another stern examination from the fast bowlers in Cardiff.


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    3 easy matches and 3 easy wins for NZ... That's a good confident start to the world cup with momentum going! But why nobody is complaining about NZ's lucky draw/scheduling... If India had these matches, then there would have been at least 3 threads against BCCI on PP...

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    Afghanistan have disappointed me this WC. I didn't expect them to play THIS badly against the big teams. I would have thought the games would have been a bit closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    Afghanistan have disappointed me this WC. I didn't expect them to play THIS badly against the big teams. I would have thought the games would have been a bit closer.
    If the games were in the UAE, the games would be much closer with their spinners dominating. Their batsmen can chase 250 in those conditions.

    Flat English pitches actually play against them, the spinners arent as effective, and their batsmen dont know how to set up long innings.

    Also the pressure of the first world cup must be enormous.

    Once they are truly eliminated from the tournament, their performances might improve in their dead rubbers.


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