2019 New Zealand Cricket World Cup Team | Squad | Fixtures - Results

New Zealand Cricket Team

2019 New Zealand Cricket World Cup Team | Squad | Fixtures - Results

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New Zealand Cricket Team

New Zealand Cricket team was the finalist of last CWC World Cup in 2015 that was held combine in NZ and Australia. It was their first appearance in the Cricket World Cup Final. New Zealand is one of the finest Cricket team which played some good amount of cricket in the last 10 years. Now they are in the top 3 teams of the world, their players are famous worldwide and appear in different Leagues of Cricket. Black Caps will start their world cup journey from 25 May 2019, playing a warm-up match against India First official 2019 Cricket World Cup match of Kiwi team is on 1st June 2019 against Sri Lanka.

Under the Supervision of the Brendon McCullum, the team in last world cup performed well and went to the finals but unfortunately, they lost. NZ was winning the whole tournament matches until it was final when they left the plot empty and Australia got it.

2015 ICC Cricket World Cup New Zealand Results



Group Stage

New Zealand

331/6 (50 overs)

Sri Lanka 233 (46.1 overs)

New Zealand won by 98 runs

Scotland 142 (36.2 overs)

New Zealand 146/7 (24.5 overs)

New Zealand won by 3 wickets


123 (33.2 overs)

New Zealand

125/2 (12.2 overs)

New Zealand won by 8 wickets

Australia 151 (32.2 overs)

New Zealand 152/9 (23.1 overs)

New Zealand won by 1 wicket


186 (47.4 overs)

New Zealand 188/4 (36.1 overs)

New Zealand won by 6 wickets


288/7 (50 overs)

New Zealand 290/7 (48.5 overs)

New Zealand won by 3 wickets

Quarter Final

New Zealand 393/6 (50 overs)

West Indies

250 (30.3 overs)

New Zealand won by 143 runs


South Africa

281/5 (43 overs)

New Zealand 299/6 (42.5 overs) DLS method

New Zealand won by 4 wickets


New Zealand 

183 (45 overs)


186/3 (33.1 overs)

Australia won by 7 wickets


After the World Cup Brendon McCullum played for few matches and left the team and captaincy to other suitable players.

Here is the newly announced Squad of NZ side that is under the leadership of Kane Williamson who is leading first time in the World Cup. New Zealand was the first team who announced their squad before the ICC world cup squad announcement date.

2019 New Zealand Cricket World Cup Squad

Kane Williamson (captain): One of the top-4 batsmen of modern cricket, Williamson is the captain of the Kiwis. As per his number in cricket especially in tests is exceptional, he made some great hundreds for his team. In August 2010 he made his ODI debut against India at Dambulla Stadium, Sri Lanka. Kane has played 133 ODI innings in 139 matches, scoring 5554 runs with the help of 11 centuries and 37 half-centuries. He averages of 45.90 in ODIs, 53.38 in test matches and 31.35 in T20I.

Tom Blundell (wk): The newly added rookie to New Zealand side will do the wicket-keeping for his team. He hasn’t played an ODI yet for kiwis but most likely to make debut in the big stage of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Tom Latham (wk):  The first top choice of wicket-keeping is Latham for the New Zealand cricket team. He has some fitness issue that’s why a backup keeper has been announced in the squad. Tom has played 79 batting innings in 85 ODI from his side, scoring 2395 runs with an average of nearly 34. He has taken 58 catches and made 7 stumpings in his career.

Martin Guptill: The opening batsman of the NZ team is all experienced for the big stage of the World Cup. Guptill is a fire-power house when it comes to his power hitting zone, playing in the team since January 2009. Martin played 166 innings of 169 matches, scoring 6440 runs with 16 centuries and 34 half-centuries. His highest ODI score is 237 (not out).

Colin Munro: The South-African born Kiwi player made his ODI debut for NZ in January 2013 against his born country SA. Munro is a good hard hitting batsman who scored 1146 runs in 47 ODI innings of 51 matches. Also took 7 wickets in his ODI career.

Ross Taylor: All important experience player of the New Zealand Cricket Team who has played almost everywhere in the world. Making his ODI debut for kiwis in March 2006, Taylor is an integral part of his side. He has added 8026 runs so far against his name in 203 innings of 218 ODI matches, averaging of 48.34. Ross Taylor has 20 centuries and 47 half-centuries under his name, he will play a vital role in CWC 2019.

Henry Nicholls: The Left-hand batsman of New Zealand team Nicholls was added in the ODI team in December 2015. Since then he is a key player who bats in middle-order, played 39 innings of 41 ODIs and scored 1029 runs.

Colin de Grandhomme: The Zimbabwean born kiwi player role is an all-rounder in the middle-order. He marks his ODI Debut in March 2012 against South Africa at Auckland ground. De Grandhomme scores 443 runs in 21 innings of 23 matches, He also took 18 wickets.

Jimmy Neesham: The batting all-rounder of NZ team James Neesham is a lower-middle order batsman who plays at 6 or 7th position. He played 42 innings in 49 matches and scores 1015 runs with an average of around 31. He took 44 wickets in 46 bowling innings.

Mitchell Santner: The Bowling all-rounder of kiwi team is a left-arm off-spinner, who has played 59 ODIs for his side, took 63 wickets and scored 826 runs.

Tim Southee: The fast bowling line up of New Zealand has experienced Tim Southee in it, who is playing for Kiwis since June 2008. He took 185 wickets in 139 matches, with the best bowling figure of 7/33.

Trent Boult: The left-arm fast bowler Trent Boult is like a Bullet when he speed-up of around 150kph. He took 147 wickets in 79 ODI matches.

Lockie Ferguson: The young and energetic fast bowler who recently added up in the New Zealand Cricket team has who clicked over 150Kph. He played only 27 matches so far and took 46 wickets in it.

Matt Henry: Another fast bowler in the line-up of NZ Cricket team, Henry has played 43 ODIs for kiwis and took 78 wickets.

Ish Sodhi: The Indian born leg spinner, is the current player of the Kiwi team who played 30 matches and took 39 wickets.

On 3rd April 2019, New Zealand becomes the first team who gives full 15 member squad list to ICC.

2019 NZ Cricket World Cup Fixtures


Time (UK)



1 June 2019


New Zealand VS Sri Lanka

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

5 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Bangladesh VS New Zealand

The Oval, London

8 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Afghanistan VS New Zealand

County Ground, Taunton

13 Jun 2019


India VS New Zealand

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

19 Jun 2019


New Zealand VS South Africa

Edgbaston, Birmingham

22 Jun 2019

13:30 (D/N)

New Zealand VS West Indies

Old Trafford, Manchester

26 Jun 2019


New Zealand VS Pakistan

Edgbaston, Birmingham

29 Jun 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Australia VS New Zealand

Lord's, London

3 July 2019


England VS New Zealand

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

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