New Zealand v South Africa: Head-to-Head in Women’s ODI World Cup
Host New Zealand takes on unbeaten South Africa in Match 16 of the 2022 World Cup. The Momentum Proteas come into the match after registering a historic win against England on Monday while New Zealand suffered a massive 141 runs defeat against Australia on Tuesday.
However, the previous ODI records for the White Ferns against South Africa will definitely give them confidence as they head into the big match on Thursday, March 17, 6:30 AM (IST) onwards.
ODIs Played between New Zealand & South Africa: 16 (3 in the World Cup)
New Zealand: 11 (3 in the World Cup)
South Africa: 5
Let’s have a look at New Zealand’s unbeaten streak of 3 ODI World Cup win against South Africa.
2000 Women’s World Cup (December 11)
A captain’s knock of unbeaten 108 off 104 deliveries from Emily Drumm guided New Zealand to a big total of 265/5 in their first-ever ODI World Cup meeting with South Africa. The White Ferns were able to successfully defend the total winning by 158 runs after bowling out the Proteas at 107 in 35.4 overs.
2009 Women’s World Cup (March 12)
Recording their largest victory by runs against England in ODIs to date, Amy Satterthwaite’s 73 (76), Sarah McGlashan’s 88* (76) and Nicola Browne’s 51* (74) took New Zealand to another big total of 250 with the loss of 5 wickets. Following the great performance by the batters, Suzie Bates and Aimee Watkins 4 wicket haul each with an impressive figure of 4/7 (2 maidens, 5 overs) and 4/2 (2 maidens, 4.1 overs) respectively gave New Zealand 199 runs win.
2013 Women’s World Cup (February 1)
A smashing knock of 145 (131) from Sophie Devine, 73 (91) from Skipper Suzie Bates, and an impressive 20 balls unbeaten 40 from Nicola Browne guided New Zealand to their record highest ODI total against the Proteas, 321 with the loss of 5 wickets. White Ferns bowlers were yet again able to defend the total comfortably, winning by 151 runs.
2017 Women’s World Cup (June 28)
The match was abandoned due to rain. 1 point each was shared between both the teams.
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