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["Live-Stream"]! AUS vs NZ live Free TV Broadcast on 28 October 2023


It's third versus fourth as the Kiwis take on the Aussies from the picturesque HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala on Saturday. Australia have won their past three matches while New Zealand tasted defeat for the first time this tournament last weekend.



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Match facts Who: Australia v New Zealand When: Saturday October 28. Coin toss at 3:30pm AEDT, first ball at 4:00pm AEDT (10:30am local) Where: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala How to watch: Fox Cricket, Kayo Sports and mix of Nine and Gem (check local guides) Officials: Shahid Saikat and Marais Erasmus (standing), Nitin Menon (third), Michael Gough (fourth) Live scores: Match Centre Highlights, news and reactions after the match: cricket.com.au, the CA Live app, the Unplayable Podcast The Squads Australia: Pat Cummins (c), Sean Abbott, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa New Zealand: Kane Williamson (c), Trent Boult, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Tom Latham (vc, wk), Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Will Young Local knowledge The serene HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala is the ground every player wants to play at. Located 1500m above sea level, the quaint ground is surrounded year-round by snow-peaked Himalayan mountains. Australia were originally scheduled to play India here in the third Test of this year's Border-Gavaskar Test series but the match was moved after the BCCI deemed the ground unfit to host a Test match. This will be New Zealand's second match in a row at Dharamsala after facing India at the same venue only a few days ago. The match was interrupted in the evening when thick fog descended onto the field of play, but it cleared and India proceeded to a four-wicket win. That shouldn't become a factor as this upcoming fixture is a day match and not a day-night match. Stand-in NZ skipper Tom Latham said that dew wasn't a factor under lights and so it is very unlikely it will impact play on Saturday. From the four World Cup matches at this venue so far, the quicks have taken 44 wickets at an economy rate of 5.51 while the spinners have taken fewer wickets (20) but have been more economical (4.95). Australia skipper Pat Cummins believes his team’s Cricket World Cup clash with New Zealand will be a battle between “mates” as the push for semifinal places enters a critical phase. “I think most of the Kiwis are pretty placid and we’re pretty similar,” said Cummins on Friday on the eve of the game taking place in the Himalayan venue of Dharamsala. “We’ve played a lot of cricket with these guys and some of them are really good mates. If anything, it makes you want to beat your mates even more. It will be intense out there.” Cummins said he was delighted by Australia overcoming early losses at this World Cup to India and South Africa. They have since seen off Sri Lanka, Pakistan and then the Netherlands by a huge 309 runs. “I think in the last few games you’ve seen us be a bit more aggressive – batting and bowling,” said the captain. Most of the aggression in the rout of the Dutch came from Glenn Maxwell who hit the fastest World Cup century off just 40 balls in New Delhi on Wednesday. Cummins shared a 103-run partnership with Maxwell, contributing only eight runs. “I was lucky to be down at the other end, see it firsthand, the creativity that he seems to have, to find boundaries in just different spots, just incredible. He’s a superstar.”

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