ICC T20 World Cup 2021, final, Australia vs New Zealand: Statistical preview

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Fri, 12/11/2021
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0 appearances in T20 World Cup finals for New Zealand. Australia have lost their only final, against England in 2010.

1 match between Australia and New Zealand at the T20 World Cup, at Dharamsala in 2016. New Zealand scored 142/8 and restricted Australia to 134/9.

1 wicket needed by Tim Southee (107) to go past Lasith Malinga (107) and become the second-highest wicket-taker in Men's T20Is. Only Shakib Al Hasan (117) has more wickets.

1 wicket needed by Mitchell Starc (22) to go past Shane Watson (22) and become the leading wicket-taker for Australia in the T20 World Cup.

1.181 win/loss ratio of New Zealand (78 wins, 66 defeats). Australia are just behind them, with 1.13 (78 wins, 69 defeats).

2 wickets needed by Southee (22) to go past Nathan McCullum (23) and become the leading wicket-taker for New Zealand in the T20 World Cup.

3 catches needed by Southee (47) and David Warner (47) to become the fourth non-wicketkeeper to reach 50 dismissals. David Miller (69), Martin Guptill (62), and Shoaib Malik (50) are the only ones to have done this.

5 wickets needed by Adam Zampa (12) and 6 by Trent Boult (11) to go past Wanindu Hasaranga (16) and become the leading wicket-taker in T20 World Cup 2021.

7 runs needed by Warner (2,501) to go past Babar Azam (2,507), 14 to go past Mohammad Hafeez (2,514), 70 to go past Paul Stirling (2,570), and 103 to go past Aaron Finch (2,603), who is currently the fourth-highest run-getter in Men's T20Is. Of course, Finch will also play in the match.

14 matches between Australia and New Zealand, of which England have won 9 and New Zealand 4.

49 runs needed by Guptill (589) to go past Brendon McCullum (637) and become the leading run-scorer for New Zealand in the T20 World Cup.

64 runs needed by Kane Williamson (1,936) to reach 2,000 runs. For New Zealand, Guptill (3,119) and McCullum (2,140) are the only ones to have done this.

68 runs needed by Warner (236) to go past Babar Azam (303) and become the leading run-scorer in T20 World Cup 2021. In the process, he will also have to overtake Jos Buttler (269) and Mohammad Rizwan (281). Daryl Mitchell (197), New Zealand's leading run-scorer, is eighth.

109 runs needed by Guptill (3,119) to go past Virat Kohli (3,227) and become the leading run-scorer in Men's T20Is.