Aus vs NZ 1st test day 2 Live Cricket Score and Streaming Australia vs New Zealand, Wellington, Highlights
The 1st cricket test between Australia vs New Zealand (Aus vs NZ) began at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Friday, March 19th, Start time 1100 am (2200 GMT).
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Ricky Ponting won the toss and Australia batted first and made 316 for 4 wickets, Michael Clarke scored a century and Simon Katich scored 79 runs an captain Ricky Ponting scoring 41 runs
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Australia after winning the 5 ODI series 3-1 are on a high note. Previously Australia at home white washed Pakistan in formats of the game including the 3 tests.
Australia have been so dominant against New Zealand in test matches that New Zealand have not beaten them in a test match since 1993.
New Zealand and Australia have played in eight Tests at this venue for two Australian victories, one New Zealand win and five draws
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Pitch and conditions
There was a lot of wind at the stadium in the last ODI which is also going to be there in the test match too, means the fast bowlers will something. The forecast for Friday is fine and 20C
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The probable teams are as follows
Australia 1 Shane Watson, 2 Simon Katich, 3 Ricky Ponting (capt), 4 Michael Hussey, 5 Michael Clarke, 6 Marcus North, 7 Brad Haddin (wk), 8 Mitchell Johnson, 9 Nathan Hauritz, 10 Ryan Harris/Clint McKay, 11 Doug Bollinger.
New Zealand 1 Tim McIntosh, 2 BJ Watling, 3 Peter Ingram, 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Martin Guptill, 6 Daniel Vettori (capt), 7 Brendon McCullum (wk), 8 Daryl Tuffey, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Brent Arnel/Jeetan Patel, 11 Chris Martin.
“We brought a bit of momentum against Bangladesh and Pakistan but Australia are going to be a different challenge. The batsmen are going to be under scrutiny, especially the top five”
Ross Taylor“The Kiwis are always tough to play against, no matter which form of the game you’re playing, they’re very disciplined and they just hang in there for long periods of time. We’re going to have to play very well to beat them.” Michael Hussey
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