New Zealand vs Australia, 2nd T20I - Live Cricket Score

Australia tour of New Zealand, 2024 | 23 Feb 2024, Fri, 11:40 AM IST | Eden Park, Auckland

ResultAustralia won by 72 runs.


174/10 (19.5 ov)



102/10 (17 ov)

Player of the Match: Pat Cummins

Travis HeadTravis Headb B Sears452225204.55
Steve SmithSteve Smithlbw b L Ferguson11711157.14
Mitchell MarshMitchell Marsh(c)c T Boult b M Santner262112123.81
Glenn MaxwellGlenn Maxwellc T Boult b B Sears6401150.00
Josh InglisJosh Inglis(wk)c M Chapman b L Ferguson5310166.67
Tim DavidTim Davidc M Santner b A Milne17193089.47
Matthew WadeMatthew Wade(wk)c & b M Santner130033.33
Pat CumminsPat Cumminsc L Ferguson b A Milne282250127.27
Nathan EllisNathan EllisNot out11150073.33
Adam ZampaAdam Zampac M Santner b L Ferguson130033.33
Josh HazlewoodJosh Hazlewoodc JA Clarkson b L Ferguson01000.00
Extra( b - 0, w - 13, no - 1, lb - 9, p - 0 )23
Total( 8.77 Runs per over )174 (10 Wkts, 19.5 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

32-1 (Steve Smith, 2.1), 85-2 (Travis Head, 6.4), 104-3 (Glenn Maxwell, 8.5), 108-4 (Mitchell Marsh, 9.1), 115-5 (Josh Inglis, 10.1), 122-6 (Matthew Wade, 11.3), 138-7 (Tim David, 14.2), 171-8 (Pat Cummins, 18.5), 174-9 (Adam Zampa, 19.4), 174-10 (Josh Hazlewood, 19.5)

Trent Boult404900212.25
Adam Milne404021210.00
Lockie Ferguson3.50124003.13
Ben Sears40292007.25
Mitchell Santner(c)40352048.75

Finn AllenFinn Allenb J Hazlewood6601100.00
Will YoungWill Youngc MS Wade b P Cummins570071.43
Mitchell SantnerMitchell Santner(c)b N Ellis7131053.85
Glenn PhillipsGlenn Phillipsc TH David b A Zampa423532120.00
Mark ChapmanMark Chapmanc TH David b M Marsh230066.67
Josh ClarksonJosh Clarksonb A Zampa10131076.92
Adam MilneAdam Milneb A Zampa01000.00
Trent BoultTrent Boultc S Smith b A Zampa161111145.45
Lockie FergusonLockie Fergusonb N Ellis470057.14
Ben SearsBen SearsNot out260033.33
Devon ConwayDevon Conway(wk)Absent hurt00000.00
Extra( b - 0, w - 5, no - 0, lb - 3, p - 0 )8
Total( 6.00 Runs per over )102 (10 Wkts, 17 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

6-1 (Finn Allen, 0.6), 14-2 (Will Young, 3.1), 26-3 (Mitchell Santner, 5.3), 29-4 (Mark Chapman, 6.3), 74-5 (Josh Clarkson, 11.5), 74-6 (Adam Milne, 11.6), 83-7 (Glenn Phillips, 13.3), 100-8 (Trent Boult, 15.5), 102-9 (Lockie Ferguson, 16.6)

Josh Hazlewood41121003.00
Pat Cummins30191016.33
Nathan Ellis30162005.33
Mitchell Marsh(c)30181006.00
Adam Zampa40344008.50

Who Will Win?


NZ (56%)


Tie (26%)


AUS (17%)

Votes 23



Australia tour of New Zealand

Date & Time

23 Feb 2024, Fri, 11:40 AM IST


New Zealand elected to bowl


Eden Park, Auckland


Chris Brown (New Zealand), Shaun Haig (New Zealand), Kim Cotton (New Zealand, TV)

Match Referee

Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)

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PredictionWin Prediction

New Zealand


New Zealand (NZ) will be up against Australia (AUS) in the 2nd T20I of the Australia tour of New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland on February 23. Australia won the last game in a last-ball thriller as they lead the three-match series 1-0. The next game is expected to be a close match and a thriller between the two sides as well.

The last game was held at the Sky Stadium in Wellington, where New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat. With Finn Allen and Devon Conway in a brilliant touch, the Kiwis started amazingly well with the opening stand lasting for 61 runs in just 5.2 overs. Rachin Ravindra came to bat at three and made the most out of it as he joined hands with Conway to amass 113 runs for the second wicket. Glenn Phillips and Mark Chapman provided the finish they needed to put up a total of 215 runs on the board.

Australia needed to start well as they had such a huge target ahead of them. Head, who was looking good, was lost at the score of 29 but then came the skipper Mitchell Marsh who led the way from the front with his performance. He played a brilliant knock of 72 and remained unbeaten. He was aided well by Maxwell who was looking dangerous but Ferguson’s raw pace took him by storm. In the end, it was Tim David who provided the much-needed finish for them as he smashed 31 off just 10 deliveries. Four runs were needed from the last ball when he smashed a boundary to clinch a thriller for his side by six wickets.

Playing XI

New ZealandNZ