New Zealand vs Australia 13th Match World Cup 2022 today match prediction. World Cup T20. We give 100% certain predictions for today’s cricket matches. tips from Raja Babu. Who will be the winner of today’s match? NZ against AUS? World Cup toss prediction. Live score, ball-by ball update. Prediction of the Cricket Toss.
The world is ready to witness yet another big battle of World Cup T20. The 13th match of World Cup T20 2022 is scheduled to play between New Zealand and Australia on Saturday, 22nd October 2022 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney. We are posting a safe, accurate, and secure today match prediction of the ICC T20 World Cup.
Two teams from this year’s ICC T20 World Cup are set to face off in the opening match that will be played in Super 12. Australia has won the title of the ICC T20 Men’s World Cup and is confident to defend their title. They will play in conditions at home and this could be a huge help for Australia.
New Zealand missed the chance to win the title of champions in T20 cricket in the past however, they’re taking the field with a vengeance. Australia as well as New Zealand had played a many times against one another in recent times , and they know their weaknesses and strengths well. In terms of conditions, Australia are similar as those in New Zealand and there will be no issue for the players from New Zealand to adjust to the conditions.
New Zealand Reviews
New Zealand had recently faced Pakistan and Bangladesh at home in a tri-series, and were runners-up in the final game against Pakistan. They were knocked out in the final by Australia at the end match of last season’s ICC T20 World Cup and they now stand a chance to get revenge. Daryl Mitchell will not be in the final playing eleven in this game and this could be a huge hit to New Zealand. Daryl Mitchell will be joining the team for the second game against Afghanistan. Martin Guptill had been in great form and produced 592 runs over the last 20 innings, with an average of around 30. We’re sure that he’ll be an effective player for the blackcaps.
Australia is among the top candidates for ICC T20 World Cup and they’re able to defend their title. There are two main motives behind this. The first is that they’re playing in their own locations and are aware of the conditions extremely well. Another motive is the fact that they committed all their strength to this event. Steve Smith was tested as an opening batter in several earlier matches, and he confirmed this choice. He could be the opening hitter in the in the inning for Australia along with David Warner. If that happens we believe that the captain, Aaron Finch will be batting at the third spot or at the fourth position. David Warner is a hard batsman in T20 cricket. He was the main player in helping claim the title in the previous season’s ICC T20 World Cup.
New Zealand vs Australia Head-to-Head Matches Record
New Zealand played 15 matches against Australia winning five matches , while Australia had 10 victories.
Toss Prediction for Today’s Match Match Prediction
The toss is going to be a key factor in the final decision of every match of the World Cup T20. A good score in the field is an advantage when playing these types of major matches. Based on our toss prediction which is based on the prediction of the team who wins the toss could decide the first bat.
Pitch Report , Conditions and Terms
The 13th game of the World Cup T20 2022 is set to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney. We’ve noticed in earlier matches that the track at this location is great for bats. It is slower than any other we’ve played on and aids spinners quite a bit. We’re hoping that the track will slow down and become somewhat more difficult to use to bat on in this game. If you score 180, it’s bound be a challenge to chase.
Australia T20 World Cup Squad
Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins (vc), Tim David, Aaron Finch (c), Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa.
New Zealand T20 World Cup Squad
Kane Williamson (c), Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Mitchell Santner, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Adam Milne, Martin Guptill, Lachlan Ferguson, Devon Conway, Mark Chapman, Michael Bracewell, Trent Boult, Finn Allen.