Pakistan vs New Zealand, New Zealand Playing XI vs Pakistan (Predicted), ICC T20 World Cup 2022, Semi Final 1

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Pakistan vs New Zealand, New Zealand Playing XI vs Pakistan (Predicted), ICC T20 World Cup 2022, Semi Final 1.  New Zealand and Pakistan will clash in the first semifinal of the T20 World Cup 2022 in Sydney on November 9. The T20 World Cup 2022 1st semifinal match between New Zealand and Pakistan is scheduled to start at 01:30 PM IST on Wednesday, November 9 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Trophy
ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Trophy. Image Credits: Twitter

New Zealand were far more consistent, beating Australia by a massive 89-run in their first match, but had to take a point from their game against Afghanistan which was washed out. Kane Williamson‘s men bounced back with a win over Sri Lanka, although a defeat to England delayed their progress to the semis, which they ultimately sealed by beating Ireland.

Pakistan vs New Zealand
Pakistan vs New Zealand. Image Source: Twitter

New Zealand topped Group B with three wins from five matches. Pakistan had a bit of rub green going their way as they finished on six points in Group A with three wins. Babar Azam-led side have found some momentum heading into the semi-finals.

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Kane Williamson returned to form at just the right time, cracking 61 off 35 balls, as New Zealand became the first team to make it to the T20 World Cup semi-final.

New Zealand 185 for 6 (Williamson 61, Allen 32, Little 3-22) beat Ireland 150 for 9 (Stirling 37, Ferguson 3-22, Santner 2-26, Southee 2-29, Sodhi 2-31) by 35 runs

Sri Lanka had New Zealand 15 for 3 in the powerplay. But then they dropped Glenn Phillips, and it was all new Zealand from there. Glenn Phillips bashed 104 off 64 deliveries to almost single-handedly carry New Zealand to 167 for 7 (the next-highest score in the team was 22), before Trent Boult and Tim Southee put on a powerplay showcase, taking four wickets between them while the fielding restrictions were still on in Sri Lanka’s chase.

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New Zealand 167 for 7 (Phillips 104, Rajitha 2-23) beat Sri Lanka 102 (Shanaka 35, Boult 4-13) by 65 runs

Tim Southee and Trent Boult
Tim Southee and Trent Boult Image Source: Twitter

New Zealand-NZ registered their first win in Australia in any format since 2011. New Zealand defeated Australia by 89 runs in the first Super 12 match. NZ’s pacer Tim Southee (3/6) was the one who started the Aussie downfall with his figures.

NZ spinner Mitchell Santner (3/31) owned the middle phase with his spell. NZ pacer Trent Boult (2/24) took care of the tail. Earlier, Devon Conway (92*) and Finn Allen (42) helped New Zealand to put on 200/3 after being put into bat first by Australia in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 match.

New Zealand 200 for 3 (Conway 92*, Allen 42) beat Australia 111 (Maxwell 28, Southee 3-6, Santner 3-31) by 89 runs

Jos Buttler chose to bat first on a used pitch and produced his first significant innings of the tournament, making a superbly-paced 73 off 47 balls after two reprieves to set up England’s total of 179. He became England’s leading scorer in men’s T20Is in the process, on the night he won his 100th cap.

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England managed to strike regularly towards the end: Ben Stokes removed Kane Williamson, Mark Wood rushed James Neesham, and Sam Curran closed out the win with a superb spell at the death.

England 179 for 6 (Buttler 73, Hales 52, Ferguson 2-45) beat New Zealand 159 for 6 (Phillips 62, Curran 2-26) by 20 runs

NZ Probable XI: Devon Conway, Finn Allen, Kane Williamson, Glenn Phillips, Daryl Mitchell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson

Pakistan vs New Zealand, New Zealand Playing XI vs Pakistan (Predicted), ICC T20 World Cup 2022, Semi-Final 1

Finn Allen

New Zealand’s Finn Allen (Photo- Twitter/ICC)
New Zealand’s Finn Allen (Photo- Twitter/ICC)

Finn Allen scored 13, 16, 62, 32, and 12 in the recent tri-series also featuring Pakistan and Bangladesh.  He was the 6th highest run-getter in the New Zealand-NZ tri-series by virtue of scoring 135 runs in 5 T20Is averaging 27 at a strike rate of 145.16.

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Finn Allen, who was picked ahead of Martin Guptill, showed his explosive power at the top, striking at just over 145 across five games. He scored 42 off only 16 balls against Australia in the first Super 12 match. He has scored 91 runs averaging 22.75 in 4 T20Is in T20 World Cup 2022 batting at a strike rate of 189.58.



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