New Zealand vs Pakistan, 5th T20I: Stats Preview of Players' Records and Approaching Milestones

Pakistan has lost 12 out of their last 14 international matches.

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After winning all the first four T20 internationals, the in-form New Zealand side will lock horns with strugglers Pakistan for one last time in the series. The fifth and final dead rubber encounter is all set to be played on Sunday, January 21st, 2024, at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. The home side has been dominant with their clinical victories in all the matches as the visitors have looked clueless and out of form completely.

Speaking about the individual performances, explosive right-handed opening batter Finn Allen has been outstanding for the New Zealanders. The 24-year-old youngster has smashed 253 runs at an average of 63.25 and a deadly strike rate of 207.37 with one century and one half-century. Veteran and experienced campaigner Tim Southee is leading the bowling charts as he has picked up the most wickets in the series with eight scalps to his name.

For the visitors, former skipper Babar Azam has been leading the batting department single-handedly. The no. three right-handed player slammed three half-centuries in the opening three fixtures. Babar has 200 runs under his belt at an average of 50.00. Shaheen Afridi and his men will be looking to sign off the tour on a high and avoid the 5-0 whitewash. On the other hand, the Kiwis, who have rested Daryl Mitchell for the final game, would hope to complete the clean sweep by handing the Pakistanis another thrashing.


Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers ahead of the 5th T20I between New Zealand and Pakistan:

Head-to-Head: The BlackCaps and the Men in Green have met each other 38 times in T20Is with New Zealand winning on 17 occasions and Pakistan on 20. One encounter ended with no result.

10 – Finn Allen (90) needs ten fours to complete 100 fours in T20Is.

3 – Allen (47) needs three grabs to reach 50 catches in T20 matches.

3 – Lockie Ferguson (47) needs three scalps to get to 50 wickets in T20 internationals.

57 – Mohammad Rizwan (2943) requires 57 runs to reach 3000 runs in T20Is.

29 – Mark Chapman (2971) is 29 runs short of reaching the landmark of 3000 runs in T20s.

66 – Glenn Phillips (5934) requires 66 runs to complete the milestone of 6000 runs in T20 cricket.

1 – Adam Milne (99) is one game away from appearing in 100 international matches.

2 – Mohammad Nawaz (48) requires two scalps to get to 50 wickets in T20Is.

3 – Haris Rauf (247) needs three wickets to get to 250 wickets in T20 matches.

4 – Rizwan (196) needs four catches to reach 200 catches in international cricket.

1 – Mitchell Santner (99) is one grab away from reaching 100 catches across formats.

4 – Ferguson (146) requires four scalps to complete 150 wickets in international cricket.

1 – Matt Henry (149) is one scalp away from reaching 150 wickets in T20 games.

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