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Home  »  Cricket  »  New Zealand vs West Indies 2020  »  1st T20I

New Zealand vs West Indies 2020 1st T20I Live Score

Date : Nov 27 2020, Fri - 11:30 AM (IST)
Venue : Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Match Info
Match New Zealand vs West Indies, West Indies in New Zealand 2020
Date Nov 27 2020, Fri - 11:30 AM (IST)
Toss -
Venue Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Umpires -
New Zealand Squad -
West Indies Squad -
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Match Facts
  • Sheldon Cottrell (West Indies) has a bowling average of just 12.3 against New Zealand in T20Is, his best against any opponent; his 3/28 haul against the Black Caps in July 2014 was his first ever of three wickets or more in a single T20I innings.
  • Tim Southee (New Zealand) has taken 14 wickets at Eden Park in men's T20Is, the most of any player; he is also one of only four players to have bowled a maiden over at the venue in the format.
  • Four of the last five times that West Indies' captain Kieron Pollard has been dismissed in a T20I innings have been when he's played a mis-timed shot, after just one of his 13 innings prior saw him removed via this method.
  • Martin Guptill (New Zealand) scored 63 runs from 38 balls in his last T20I innings against the West Indies, more than twice as many as he had made in any of his seven innings against them prior.
  • Devon Conway is on the cusp of making his T20I debut for New Zealand, having finished the 2019/20 Super Smash campaign with 140 runs more than any other player and the highest batting average (67.9) of any player to face 30+ deliveries.
  • The West Indies have won their last three men's T20Is heading into this series; the last time they won more successive games in the format was a five-game stretch from June to September in 2017.
  • New Zealand have won only one of their last 10 men's T20Is played at Eden Park (T1, L8), and are winless in their last four at the venue (T1, L3); indeed, their win rate at the venue (29%) is the lowest of any of the four New Zealand stadia where they've played at least five games.
  • New Zealand are winless in their last seven men's T20Is heading into this fixture (T3, L4); an eighth straight game without a win would equal their longest ever term without a win in the format (T1, L7 from September 2007 to December 2008).
  • New Zealand are undefeated in their last three bilateral men's T20I series against the West Indies (W2, D1); in fact, the only time they have lost such a series came back in 2012 when the West Indies won 2-0 when they faced off in the USA.
  • New Zealand have lost only one of their last seven men's T20Is against the West Indies (W5, T1), and will now face them in the format for the first time since a 119-run win at Mount Maunganui in January 2018.