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Aus vs NZ 2nd ODI Australia Falls Short on 195/9: Live Score and Updates

Sep 8, 2022
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AUS vs NZ, 2nd ODI live Updates: Steve Smith fell for sixty-one as Australia went 8 wickets down inside the 2nd ODI against New Zealand. Smith and Maxwell had put on a 49-run partnership after Australia were 54/five at one degree. But the latter went directly to the sky in an attempt off Trent Boult and Martin Guptill took an awesome diving trap. Sean Abbott and Smith then fell in brief succession as New Zealand looked to wrap up the innings.

At the same time as Australia skipper Aaron Finch fell for a duck inside the 2nd over, David Warner become out for 5 soon after. Matt Henry accounted for the wickets of each of the openers. Boult then took over wicket-taking duties, as he trapped both Marnus Labuschagne and Marcus Stoinis LBW to go away the hosts reeling at 26/four. Mitchell Santner then had Alex Carey stumped to depart Australia five down after the wicketkeeper looked to consistent them alongside Smith. Henry then had his 0.33 wicket as he had Abbott stuck at cowl before Tim Southee sent Smith packing. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson received the toss and opted to bowl as they appeared to level the series.

Australia replaced one of all their heroes from the ultimate match, Cameron green, with pacer Sean Abbott, with the all-rounder’s workload being managed. He had suffered cramps all through his heroic knock within the first ODI. For new Zealand, Tim Southee has replaced Lockie Ferguson. New Zealand has gained their closing five ODI series, along with a recent 2-1 triumph in the West Indies, and ought to win these days to preserve that streak alive. Australia had won the primary ODI, which become a low-scoring mystery.

Australia has finished their innings at 195/9 and that is a very low total. They came into this match after an impressive victory over New Zealand in the previous ODI. It’s now on Australian bowlers to win for their team as they also scored some valuable runs for their team.

Both Squads Aus vs NZ


Aaron Finch (capt), David Warner, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Sean Abbott, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

New Zealand:

Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson (capt), Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Michael Bracewell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Tim Southee, Trent Boult

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