Blogs & Opinion
Stephen Fleming says that New Zealand will take the positives from their nervy one-wicket win over Australia.
Michael Clarke rued Australia's 'horrendous' batting as they lost their first game of the World Cup against New Zealand.
New Zealand maintained their perfect World Cup record as they beat co-hosts Australia by one wicket in an incredible game at Eden Park.
Stephen Fleming says confident New Zealand are ready for their blockbuster clash with Australia.
Andy Bichel says that New Zealand are better prepared for the clash of the co-hosts than Australia.
New Zealand’s group A game against Australia will provide the winners with both a psychological and a playing advantage.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson insists the World Cup showdown against Australia will be treated as just another match.
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