Head to Head between New Zealand vs Pakistan Women in ODI World Cup

New Zealand V Pakistan: Head-to-Head in Women’s ODI World Cup

It’s the 2nd last day of the 2022 Women’s World Cup group stage Tomorrow, March 26, and one last chance for the home team New Zealand to keep at least the slightest hope of their playoff qualification intact as they take on Pakistan in Match No. 26 of the tournament, 3:30 AM (IST) Onwards.

 

Head to Head between New Zealand vs Pakistan Women in ODI World Cup
Head to Head between New Zealand vs Pakistan Women in ODI World Cup

 

ODIs played between New Zealand & Pakistan: 13 (3 in the World Cup)

New Zealand: 12 (3 in the World Cup)

Pakistan: 1

Let’s have a look at the previous ODI World Cup meetings between New Zealand and Pakistan where New Zealand lead 3-0:

1. 2009 Women’s World Cup (March 19)

Smashing a brilliant 168 off just 105 deliveries, Suzie Bates took New Zealand to a massive total of 373/7 in their 1st ever ODI World Cup match against Pakistan and the bowlers gave the White Ferns their largest-ever victory (by runs) in the ODI World Cup, winning by 223 runs after crushing Pakistan at 150.

2. 2013 Women’s World Cup (February 3)

Rachel Candy’s 5 wicket haul conceding 19 runs (3 maidens) in her 10 over spell, tumbled down Pakistan with just 104 on the board. Chasing a low target, it was the White Ferns Skipper Suzie Bates’ unbeaten 65 (84) that gave the team a comfortable win yet again. New Zealand won by 7 wickets with 122 balls to spare.

3. 2017 Women’s World Cup (July 8)

A 3-wicket haul to Hannah Rowe and 3 2-wicket hauls for the New Zealand bowling attack, saw Pakistan being restricted at 144 with a great fighting knock of 50 from Skipper Sana Mir being the only 18+ score for them. Chasing an achievable target, Sophie Devine’s unbelievable 41 balls 93 saw the White Ferns reaching the target in just 15 overs, winning by 8 wickets.

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