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Match 3, Hyderabad, September 29, 2023, 02:00 PM


New Zealand beat Pakistan by 5 wickets

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Right then, that's all from this game. As we build up to the World Cup, the action continues on Saturday, the 30th of September, with two warm-up games lined up. India will take on England in Guwahati, whereas Australia will square off against the Netherlands in Thiruvananthapuram. Both games will begin at 2.00 pm IST (8.30 am GMT), but you can join us in advance for the build-up. See you then, cheers!
Kane Williamson is in for a chat. He says that the knee is well and he enjoyed batting out in the middle. He adds that he hoped to recover and return for the World Cup and he feels nice to be able to do that. He mentions that it was pretty good running between the wickets. He appreciates Pakistan for putting a good score on the board and adds that it is nice to compete and win as a unit. Says that there are always things to work on and feels good that the batters could get time in the middle and looks forward to the new game.
Earlier in the game, after Babar Azam won the toss and opted to put runs on the board, Pakistan were dealt twin blows in the form of the two openers. Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan then got together and dominated the entirety of the middle phase with a 114-run stand. Babar was dismissed on 80 but Rizwan kept going and reached his hundred before retiring out. Coming in at number 5, Saud Shakeel upped the ante through his innings and found an able alley in Agha Salman. Thanks to Shakeel's 75, Pakistan did not lose their way and were able to post a mammoth total. For New Zealand, Mitchell Santer was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 2 for 39 from his 8 overs.
As far as Pakistan are concerned, it was a game for two halves for them. With the ball, they were provided with a dream start by Hasan Ali on his return to ODI cricket. However, the rest of the bowlers were unable to capitalise on that early scalp. They bowled a bit too short consistently which allowed New Zealand to get away. Just when the game was starting to get away from them, Salman Agha gave them a glimmer of hope before Usama Mir brought them back into the game with his twin strikes. That said, Pakistan simply failed to mount pressure and had no answers to the brilliance of the Kiwi batters.
New Zealand have steamrolled their way to a victory here in Hyderabad! The Black Caps have made an absolute mockery of the target set by Pakistan. In their pursuit of 346, New Zealand were rocked early as they lost Devon Conway in the second over. Rachin Ravindra was joined by Kane Williamson and in no time the duo began to take the game by the scruff of the neck. Both batters were quick to pounce on loose deliveries and ensured that New Zealand stayed ahead in the chase. Williamson decided to retire after completing his fifty which somewhat opened one end for Pakistan. Ravindra fell four runs short of a hundred and at one point in the game, New Zealand were beginning to lose their way. The trio of Daryl Mitchell, Mark Chapman and James Neesham had other plans as they went into overdrive and through their entertaining knocks, took New Zealand over the line.
In over# 44
Hasan Ali 66/1(7.4)
SIX! That is the game and New Zealand won it comfortably. Hasan Ali goes full again and on off. Mark Chapman slashes hard and one hand comes off his bat. The ball sails over the long on fence all the way for a maximum to finish the game.
Full again outside off. Mitchell Santner drives it to deep cover for a single. A good ball on a free-hit.
Wide! Hasan Ali goes wide outside the off side. Mitchell Santner doesn't reach it and the free hit continues.
Full and on the middle. Mark Chapman digs it out to mid on and takes a single. To add on to their troubles it is a no-ball as Hasan Ali over-stepped.
FOUR! In the gap! On a good length, angling in, on middle, Mark Chapman clears his front leg and heaves it right between deep mid-wicket and deep square leg for four more runs.
FOUR! Smart batting! Low full toss, near the tramline on off, Mark Chapman opens the bat face and slices it wide of deep backward point for a boundary.
In over# 43
Mohammad Wasim 58/1(7)
A half-volley at the pads, Mitchell Santner clips it nicely but straight to mid-wicket.
Back of a length, outside off, Mitchell Santner punches it off the back foot to point.
Mitchell Santner walks in to bat next.
OUT! CAUGHT! Mohammad Wasim has his first wicket but the damage has already been done! Hurls a low full toss, around off, James Neesham waits deep in his crease and tries to go over cover. Does not time it well and skies it towards extra cover where Shadab Khan does the rest. James Neesham departs after playing a good hand.
FOUR! Powered away! Full again, wide outside off, James Neesham frees his arms and drills it wide of extra cover for a boundary.
WIDE! Full again but down leg, James Neesham lets it go for a wide.

NZ vs PAK Match Detail:

Match: New Zealand vs Pakistan

Date: 29 September 2023.

Time: 1:30 PM.

League: ICC Cricket World Cup Warm-up Matches 2023

Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

NZ vs PAK Preview

New Zealand and Pakistan will face off in their third and final warm-up match for the 2023 Cricket World Cup on September 29 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, India.

New Zealand

New Zealand are coming off a comfortable win over Bangladesh in their previous warm-up match, where they chased down a target of 172 with seven wickets in hand. Will Young and Henry Nicholls both scored unbeaten half-centuries in the chase, while Adam Milne was the star bowler for New Zealand with four wickets.

The Kiwis have a balanced team with a mix of experience and youth. Their batting line-up is led by skipper Kane Williamson, who is one of the best batsmen in the world. He is ably supported by Conway, Allen, Young, and Nicholls. Their bowling attack is also strong, with Boult, Milne, and Sodhi leading the way.


Pakistan, on the other hand, are coming off a disappointing loss to Sri Lanka in their previous warm-up match. They were bowled out for 210 in the chase, falling short by 2 wickets. Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman were the only Pakistani batsmen to get going, with scores of 50 and 60 respectively.

Pakistan have a number of world-class players in their ranks, including Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Afridi. However, they have been inconsistent in recent times. They will need to find their form and rhythm if they want to do well in the World Cup.


New Zealand and Pakistan have played 143 ODIs against each other, with New Zealand winning 75 and Pakistan winning 63. One match ended in a no-result.

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad Pitch Report

The pitch at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad is generally batting-friendly, with batsmen getting good value for their shots. The weather conditions are expected to be hot and humid, which could favor the bowlers.

Here NZ vs PAK Team Squads

New Zealand Squad:

Will Young, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson(c), Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham(w), Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Mark Chapman, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson

Pakistan Squad:

Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Abdullah Shafique, Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(w), Iftikhar Ahmed, Saud Shakeel, Agha Salman, Mohammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali, Usama Mir

Frequent Asked Questions For New Zealand vs Pakistan 3rd Warm-up game Live Scorecard?

Q. Which team will play today’s match?

Ans. New Zealand and Pakistan will play today.

Q. Where will today’s NZ vs PAK 3rd Warm-up game be played?

Ans. The venue for the 3rd Warm-up game International between New Zealand and Pakistan is Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad .

Q. Where can I watch live or stream the match?

Ans. Fan code will be showing the Today match between New Zealand and Pakistan live on Channel.

Q. What time does the NZ vs PAK 3rd Warm-up game start?

Ans. 1:30 PM.

Q. Which TV channels will telecast the NZ vs PAK cricket match live in New Zealand?

Ans. The New Zealand vs Pakistan 3rd Warm-up game will be telecast live on Fan code with English commentary, while Fan code Hindi will telecast it live in the Hindi language.

Q. How to live to stream the New Zealand v Pakistan 3rd Warm-up game in New Zealand?

Ans. The live streaming of the New Zealand vs Pakistan 3rd Warm-up game will be available on fan code VIP in five languages.

Q. What time does the NZ vs PAK 3rd Warm-up game match start?

Ans. The 3rd Warm-up game between the New Zealand cricket team and the Pakistan cricket team will begin at 1:30 PM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the NZ vs PAK 3rd Warm-up game?

Ans. New Zealand will hit more sixes in this match.

Q. What is our toss prediction of the New Zealand vs Pakistan Match?

Ans. Pakistan is our toss winner.

Q. How many sixes will be hit in today’s NZ vs PAK match?

Ans. 7+ Sixes will be hit in the 3rd Warm-up game.

Q. Which team makes the highest score in the first 7 overs of the 3rd Warm-up game?

Ans. New Zealand will make the highest score in the first 7 overs.

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