- Asmita Saxena
T20 World Cup 2022: In the Super 12 match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, New Zealand, and Ireland will square off on Friday in Adelaide. The final game for both of these teams in the Super 12 stage will be played today.
Both teams have played four games each. New Zealand is presently leading the points standings in the Super 12 stage after winning two of its first four games. After losing to England by 20 runs in their previous game, they are now playing.
However, Ireland only managed to win one of their four games during the Super 12 stage. And as a result, they are currently ranked second-to-last on the points table.
So far, these two sides have faced off against one another four times in this style, with New Zealand coming out on top each time. To virtually certainly secure a spot in the semifinals, New Zealand will be hoping for another dominant performance in this game.
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The Netherlands and Zimbabwe will meet in Adelaide’s opening match on November 2. This location will host a total of seven games, including the second semifinal. Adelaide is one of Australia’s top batting venues, providing excellent grip and assistance for spinners.
The start time of the NZ vs. IRE game is 1.30 pm IST, or 6.30 pm local time. While The evening game will take place in a partly cloudy environment with a temperature of about 11. There will be less than 5% chance of rain and a humidity of around 73%.
On the day of the game, the temperature is predicted to be approximately 13°C. That with a humidity of 66% and a wind speed of 8 km/hr. Precipitation is not anticipated during the game. The Adelaide Oval’s surface is conducive to batting, and there is always help available for the batters.
In Australia, it is regarded as one of the pitches that favour batters the most. If bowlers put in the effort and have strong lines and lengths, they may have an impact. Particularly early in the innings.
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New Zealand: Finn Allen, Devon Conway (wk), Kane Williamson (c), Glenn Phillips, Daryl Mitchell. James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult
Ireland: Paul Stirling, Andy Balbirnie (c), Lorcan Tucker (wk), Harry Tector, Curtis Campher. George Dockrell, Gareth Delany, Mark Adair, Fionn Hand, Barry McCarthy, Josh Little
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