NZ vs PAK 2024 2nd T20I: Seddon Park Hamilton Pitch, Venue Stats, Record, Average Score

Updated on: Jan 13, 2024 1:04 pm IST

NZ vs PAK Seddon Park Hamilton Venue Records

New Zealand will meet Pakistan in the 2nd game of the T20I series on Sunday, 14th January. The Seddon Park in Hamilton will host this fixture at 11:40 AM IST.

Meanwhile, in this post, Check the Seddon Park Pitch, Venue Stats, Record, and Average Score ahead of the 2nd T20I between New Zealand and Pakistan.

Seddon Park Pitch Report

The pitch at Seddon Park Hamilton favours batsmen as revealed by the average first-innings score of 179 in the last T20 matches. Seddon Park Hamilton Scoring Pattern Of Last T20 Matches:

Below Score 150: 1

Score between 150 and 169: 2

Score between 170 and 189: 3

Above Score 190: 6

Is Seddon Park a batting or a bowling pitch?

From the recent T20I matches played here, it has revealed a Batting wicket.

Last Result at the Venue:

New Zealand – 210/3 (Pacers: 0, Spinners:3)

Bangladesh – 144/8 (Pacers: 4w, Spinners: 4w)

New Zealand won by 66 runs (March 28, 2021)

New Zealand T20I record in Seddon Park

New Zealand have played 12 T20I games at this venue and they have won 9 and lost 2 of them. However, 1 match were tied.

New Zealand’s Highest Total at the venue: 212/4 in 20 overs vs India in 2019
New Zealand’s Lowest Total at the venue: 173/4 in 20 overs vs South Africa in 2012

Pakistan T20I record in Seddon Park

Pakistan have played 3 T20I games at this venue and they have lost 3 of them.

Pakistan’s Highest Total at the venue: 168/7 in 20 overs vs New Zealand in 2016
Pakistan’s Lowest Total at the venue: 146/9 in 20 overs vs New Zealand in 2010

Seddon Park Ground Info

Seating Capacity: 10000
Number of matches hosted: 27 Tests, 39 ODIs, and 12 T20Is

Seddon Park T20I Stats and Records

Total Matches Played: 12
Home Team (New Zealand) Won: 9
Visiting Team Won: 2
Neutral Side Won: 0
No Result: 0
Match Tied: 1

Average 1st Innings Score: 179
Matches Won Batting 1st: 6
Matches Won Batting 2nd: 4
Highest Team Total: 212/4 – New Zealand vs India, 2019
Lowest Team Total: 78 – Bangladesh vs New Zealand, 2010
Highest Run Chase: 202/5 – New Zealand vs Zimbabwe, 2012

Highest Individual Score: 117* – Richard Levi (South Africa) vs New Zealand, 2012
Best Bowling Figures: 4/15 – James Franklin (New Zealand) vs. England, 2013
Most Runs: Martin Guptill (New Zealand) – 626 runs in 17 matches
Most Wickets: Tim Southee (New Zealand) – 10 wickets in 10 matches
Most Sixes in T20Is at this venue: Martin Guptill (New Zealand) – 21 sixes in 8 innings

Stats of New Zealand Players at the Seddon Park

T20I:

  • Kane Williamson – 307 runs in 7 innings
  • Tim Seifert – 127 runs in 3 innings
  • Mitchell Santner – 9 runs in 1 innings & 4 wickets in 4 matches
  • Mark Chapman – 37 runs in 1 innings
  • Daryl Mitchell – 19 runs in 1 innings & 2 wickets in 2 innings
  • Finn Allen – 0 runs in 1 match
  • Glenn Phillips – 24 runs in 1 innings
  • Devon Conway – 92 runs in 1 innings
  • Tim Southee – 10 wickets in 10 matches
  • Ish Sodhi – 6 wickets in 5 matches
  • Adam Milne – 1 wicket in 1 match

Domestic T20:

  • Matt Henry – 2 wickets in 3 matches

Stats of Pakistan Players at the Seddon Park

T20I:

  • Mohammad Rizwan – 22 runs in 1 match
  • Fakhar Zaman – 50 Runs in 1 match
  • Haris Rauf – 3 wickets in 1 Match
  • Shaheen Afridi – 2 wickets in 1 match

ODI:

  • Babar Azam – 3 runs in 1 match
  • Fakhar Zaman – 54 Runs in 1 match

No other players from the current Pakistan squad played any matches across formats.

Active Batters with most runs at the Seddon Park in T20I

  • Kane Williamson (New Zealand) – 307 runs in 7 matches
  • Tim Seifert (New Zealand) – 127 runs in 3 matches
  • Devon Conway (New Zealand) – 92 runs in 1 innings

Active bowlers with most wickets at the Seddon Park in T20I

  • Tim Southee (New Zealand) – 10 wickets in 10 matches
  • Ish Sodhi (New Zealand) – 6 wickets in 5 matches
  • Mitchell Santner (New Zealand) – 4 wickets in 4 matches
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