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Do-or-die Ind vs NZ vital for both: Who will win?

Do-or-die Ind vs NZ vital for both: Who will win?

Ind vs NZ: India vs New Zealand clash is going to hold great importance for the two competitors in order to polish their chances for the semifinal of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Both of the teams, in their T20 World Cup opener, have lost brutally to Pakistan. At first, the Babar Azam-led team defeated India by 10 wickets and later targetted New Zealand by 5 wickets.

Unquestionably, the men in green have far better chances than any other team of Super 12, Group B to qualify for the World Cup semifinal. The potent lineup has won both of their consecutive opening encounters magnificently.

New Zealand and India are placed at fourth and fifth spot respectively with one out of one defeat in Group B Standings for the event. On the other hand, the magical and unpredictable Pakistan are leading the chart with two out of two accomplishments at an NRR of 0.738 and four points.

Notably, if Pakistan, India, and New Zealand will beat all of the low-rank teams in their upcoming encounters, Ind vs NZ match will play a vital role in the qualification of any of the contestants for the semifinal vs Pakistan.

Ind vs NZ Head to Head in T20Is:

It is pertinent to mention that Kane Williamson chaps have an edge over Virat Kohli’s boys. The two sides have been indulged in 16 T20Is so far and the Kiwis have won eight. India secured triumph in six contests and the rest of the two ended up as ‘tied’.

India and New Zealand last met in the final of the ICC Test Championship. Williamson, seeking to own the first-ever ICC trophy, outclassed Kohli, who was hunting for the same. Ind vs NZ is now going to be a do-or-die clash seeking past revenge and a place in the semifinal of the T20 World Cup 2021.

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