Australia have a 4-0 record against New Zealand in CT2017 AFP

0 win for New Zealand against Australia in Champions Trophy history. The teams have clashed 5 times in the tournament: Australia have won 4 times, while 1 ended without a result. New Zealand s 4 defeats without a win are the most losses against a team in the tournament. Other than New Zealand, 4 other teams have record of no wins against a particular side with a 3-match cut-off: England against India (3 defeats in 3), South Africa against India (3 defeats in 3), Pakistan against New Zealand (3 defeats in 3) and Sri Lanka against India (1 defeat in 3, 2 no result). FULL CRICKET SCORECARD, ICC Champions Trophy 2017, Australia vs New Zealand Match 2

3 wins, defeats and no results for New Zealand at Edgbaston in 9 ODIs, which gives them a win-loss ratio of 1 at this venue. New Zealand s win-loss ratio is better than Australia at this ground: with 4 wins, 5 defeats, 1 tie and 3 no results, Australia s ratio is 0.8.

1.56 win-loss ratio for Australia in ODIs since 2015 World Cup, better than New Zealand s 1.33. They stand at 5th and 7th positions on.

7.59 economy rate for New Zealand in England since the 2015 World Cup, the worst economy by any team. Australia has the best, with 5.53.

29.58 bowling average of Australia in England since the 2015 World Cup, best by any team; New Zealand are at 4th, with 42.05.

105.19 New Zealand s batting strike rate in England since the 2015 World Cup, best in the world; Australia are at 4th, with 92.5.

38.36 New Zealand s batting average in England since the 2015 World Cup, better than Australia s 37.78.

54 runs needed for David Warner to touch the 4,000-run mark for Australia. He will become the 16th Australian player and 6th Australian left-handed batsman, after Adam Gilchrist (9,595), Michael Bevan (6,912), Allan Border (6,524), Matthew Hayden (6,131) and Michael Hussey (5,442).

43 runs required for Glenn Maxwell to reach 2,000 runs for Australia in ODIs. He will become the 26th Australian to reach the landmark.

3 instance of Jimmy Neesham being dismissed by Josh Hazlewood, the most by any bowler against him and 2nd-most by for the Australian pacer against any batsman after Quinton de Kock, whom he dismissed 4 times.

84 runs needed for Tom Latham to reach 1,000 runs for New Zealand in away matches. He will become the 15th New Zealand player to reach the landmark.

3 times each of Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell and Travis Head have been dismissed by Trent Boult, joint-2nd most against by him against any batsman.

1 wicket needed for Jeetan Patel to complete 50 wickets in ODIs. He will become the 29th New Zealand bowler and 3rd New Zealand spinner to do so, after Daniel Vettori (297) and Nathan McCullum (63).

3 catches needed for Luke Ronchi as wicketkeeper to complete 100 catches for New Zealand. He will become the 3rd New Zealand wicketkeeper to do so after Brendon McCullum (227) and Adam Parore (111).