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New Zealand will look to win this tie, and seal the series, as well as clinch the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy from Australia Getty Images

Hosts New Zealand get set to take on visitors Australia in the second of the three-match One-Day International (ODI) series of the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, at the McLean Park in Napier on Thursday. The live cricket streaming of the match will be available on Sky Go, while the live telecast is available on Sky Sport NZ. In Australia the live cricket streaming of the match will be available on Foxtel Play, while the live telecast will be available on Fox Sports and Fox Sports HD. The kiwis are currently in the driver’s seat, following a commendable 6-wicket win over the mighty Aussies in the opening ODI, as they will look to win this tie, and seal the series, as well as clinch the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy from them. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: New Zealand vs Australia, Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, 2nd ODI at Napier

The second ODI will be played at the McLean Park in Napier, a venue where the visitors will be playing after 7 years. Australia have so far played 4 ODIs here, losing 2 and winning as many. However, their mixed record will have no bearing on their fortunes on the game to be played on Thursday, with the Kiwis eyeing to extend their winning momentum and the Australians aiming to put up a better performance across areas. Australia made far too many errors and despite the heroics from Marcus Stoinis, they fell short and now stand the danger of losing the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy in Kiwis backyard for the second consecutive time.

Despite the absence of David Warner and Steven Smith in their batting line-up and a collapse, Australia were served well with the depth they carried into the first game. However, with a series defeat dangling on their heads, the seniors in Finch, Shaun Marsh and Glenn Maxwell will have to show more gumption and take Australia as far as they can.