As the ICC Cricket world cup 2023 in India continues to captivate audiences worldwide, and as we heads towards the 35th match of the world cup 2023 between Pakistan and New Zealand the upcoming match seems to be a riveting spectacle, pitting to cricketing giants each other in a battle for supremacy. Looking at the table after most the teams have played there seven matches seems India and South Africa already qualified for the Semi finals of ICC Cricket world 2023, and now the battle is third and the fourth place because only top four teams from the table will qualify for the Semi finals of ICC Cricket World cup.
As we can see the points table below seems like Australia, Afghanistan, New Zealand and Pakistan are the strongest contestants likely to take third or fourth position. Tomorrow’s match will witness the clash between the New Zealand the runner’s up in ICC World Cup 2019 and Pakistan runner’s up of T20 ICC World Cup 2022 and ICC Cricket World champions in 1992. So far both team have faced each other nine (9) time in this mega event, and Seems like Pakistan will be have statically advantage on Kiwis because out 9 matches Pakistan won 7 matches and Kiwis managed to be victorious in only 2 matches.
Face to Face in ICC World Cup:
Tomorrow on 4th Nov 2023 both team will face each other 10th time in ICC Cricket World cup tournament and in the table you can see where they stand. New Zealand, under the leadership of Tom Latham, aims to halt a three-match losing streak, bolstering their prospects for a top four finish. Meanwhile, Pakistan seeks to maintain their winning momentum, striving to level the playing field with their opponents on the points table. Under the captaincy of Babar Azam, Pakistan put an end to their four-match losing streak with a dominant victory over Bangladesh in their previous match, while New Zealand faced their third consecutive defeat in the tournament, grappling with a demoralizing loss against South Africa.
M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru Stats:
The encounter between New Zealand and Pakistan at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru marks their first meeting at this venue. However, both teams have prior experience playing at this stadium, which has hosted a total of 28 ODI matches. Let’s take a closer look at the historical records of New Zealand and Pakistan at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Pakistan has played 3 matches in M Chinnaswamy Stadium and out 3 matches Pakistan has won only 1 match batting first. But on the other hand New Zealand has also played 3 matches in M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru and New Zealand is still looking for their first win means New Zealand has lost all three matches they played on this venue.
Tribute to the spirit of Cricket:
Beyond the Competitive spirit and the quest for victory, tomorrow’s match will serve as a celebration of the timeless appeal of cricket. It will remind us of the unifying power of sports and the way it transcends boundaries, bringing together fans from all the corners of the globe to revel in this spectacle of a game that has become a shared passion and source of joy for millions.
As we prepare for this monumental showdown, let us embrace the spirit of sportsmanship and revel in the excitement of witnessing these cricketing legends leave their mark on the world stage once again. Tomorrow’s clash promises to be a spectacle that will be etched in the memories of cricket enthusiasts for years to come. But as a Pakistani we will definitely love our team to win and proceed with towards the greater stage in this mega event.