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New Zealand vs Australia 2nd ODI Live Score, AUS v NZ, 2017

New Zealand vs Australia 2nd ODI Live Score, AUS v NZ TV & Live Streaming, Team News

New Zealand v Australia 2nd One Day International (ODI) on February 02 at McLean Park, Napier, Australia cricket team on tour of New Zealand for three matches ODI Series.

New Zealand v Australia One Day International (ODI) TV Broadcast & Live Streaming
Following Channels to telecast New Zealand vs Australia three matches One Day International (ODI) Series

Pakistan: Ten Sports, Geo Super, PTV Sports
Australia: Fox Sports
New Zealand: Sky Sports
India: Neo Cricket, Star Sports
UAE: Ten Sports
USA: Willow Tv
Europe: Super Sports

Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI Live Score, IND v ENG Under 19, 2017
Match abandoned without a ball being bowled

Date: Feb 02, 2017
Match: New Zealand vs Australia, 2nd ODI
Venue: McLean Park, Napier
Time: 01:00 AM GMT, 02:00 PM LOCAL
Prediction: New Zealand to win
TV & Live Streaming: Ten Sports, Geo Super, PTV Sports, Fox Sports, Sky Sports, Neo Cricket, Star Sports, Ten Sports, Willow Tv, Super Sports
Result: Match abandoned without a ball being bowled

New Zealand ODI Squad: Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tom Blundell, Tom Latham, Martin Guptill, Neil Broom, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Colin Munro, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Trent Boult, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Dean Brownlie

Australia ODI Squad: Aaron Finch (c), Peter Handscomb, James Faulkner, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis,Pat Cummins, Billy Stanlake, Adam Zampa

Australia v New Zealand 2nd ODI Team News & Reports
Martin Guptill will miss the second One-Day International against Australia due to a hamstring injury. Guptill hurt his hamstring during the first game in Auckland.

Northern Districts batsman Dean Brownlie has been recalled and joins the team for Napier ODI. He has played 14 Tests, 10 ODIs and 5 T20 internationals so far in his career.

Brownlie has scored 203 runs from five innings at an average of 50.75 and strike rate of 70 for Northern Districts in the Ford Trophy.

Australia stand-in skipper Matthew Wade will return home from New Zealand due to a back injury. Wade will return to Melbourne for treatment. No replacement has been named, so Peter Handscomb is likely to continue as wicketkeeper.vAaron Finch will take charge as a captain in the remaining matches.

New Zealand won the first game by six runs and surely looking to seal the series and win the Chappell-Haddle Trophy in 2nd One Day game.

Marcus Stoinins unbeaten 146 knock goes into vain as New Zealand clinch a thrilling six-run win against Australia in the first match of the three-match Chappell-Haddle Trophy.

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