New Zealand vs India 1st ODI: Auckland Pitch Report, Team India’s Record at Eden Park

Updated on: Nov 24, 2022 4:14 pm IST

  • New Zealand vs India 1st ODI

    New Zealand vs India 1st ODI: The Indian men are set to face New Zealand on Friday (November 25) at 7:00 AM (IST). It’s the first match of the three-match One Day International series and will be played at Eden Park in Auckland.

    New Zealand, earlier, lost the T20I series 0-1 to India. The team will be looking for a stronger comeback in a different format, considering the upcoming 50-over Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.

    India though won the T20I series following a disappointing T20 World Cup campaign. The ‘men in blue’ will be aiming for a victorious run in the ODIs now.

    As New Zealand vs India contest is at the edge, here’s the pitch report and more, from Auckland.

    New Zealand vs India 1st ODI: Auckland Pitch Report, Team India’s Record at Eden Park

    It’s a batting pitch at Eden Park to say, but is better suited for pacers, as almost all the Kiwi pitches do.
    Based on the last five ODI games played at the venue, the first innings score has been around 261, and the average total score varied around 239. 80% of the toss-winning captains opted to bowl first. Although, 60% of the teams won the game while batting first.

    Since 2015, Eden Park has hosted 10 ODIs. However, India have played only two games at this particular venue.

    Team India’s record at Eden Park:


    Match  Result  Year 
    1  India vs Zimbabwe  India won by 6 wickets 



    New Zealand vs India  New Zealand won by 22 runs 


    India win the T20I series 1-0; the Shikhar Dhawan-VVS Laxman combo is back

    Earlier, India won the rain-affected three-match T20I series against New Zealand 1-0. The side had won the second New Zealand vs India derby in Mount Maunganui, and in the third one, it was a tie.

    Furthermore, the last Dhawan captained India in ODIs was against South Africa. The Indian opener was in charge of the team for the three-match series at home in early October. India won that series 2-1, with VVS Laxman being the stand-in coach.

    Besides, the second and third New Zealand vs India ODIs are scheduled on November 27 and November 30 in Hamilton and Christchurch, respectively.

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