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NZ v Scotland, Group A Match Information

Match: New Zealand vs Scotland, 6th match of Group A, ICC  World Cup 2015
Date:17 ,February 2015                                     Time: 22:00 GMT
Venue: University Oval,Dunedin

New Zealand Team:

 Brendon McCullum, Martin Guptill, Ross Taylor,  Kane Williamson, Grant Elliott, Corey Anderson, Daniel Vettori, Luke Ronchi,  Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Adam Milne

Scotland Team:
 Calum MacLeod, Hamish Gardiner, Kyle Coetzer,  Matt Machan, Richie Berrington, Preston Mommsen, Mateo Cruz, Josh Davey, Rob Taylor, Iain Wardlaw, Majid Haq
Scotland beat by New Zealand

New Zealand 146/7 (Williamson 38, Wardlaw 3 wickets for 57 runs, Davey 3 wickets for 40 runs) beat Scotland 142 (Machan 56 runs, Berrington 50 runs, Anderson 3 wickets for 18 runs, Vettori 3 wickets for 24 runs)

A target of 143 was never going to test New Zealand but they made unnecessarily interesting persecution with recklessness. Of the seven windows that lost, only that of grant Elliott not was thrown away. Three batsmen were caught in a fence, two gave their windows away minutes after having been abandoned, and even Kane Williamson solid reliable Kane Williamson  could not resist an ugly heave across the line.
At the end, New Zealand concluded the victory with more than half of their extensions remaining, but the direction of the team surely wonder how their approach transforms so dramatically between innings.

Certainly there was no complacency at the start of the game. Scotland had beaten Ireland and run the West Indies uncomfortably close during its preparation, and matches New Zealand retained the same eleven that had in Sri Lanka. Tim Southee and Trent Boult lit from the start, and Boult was beaten with the first two balls of the shot, classic inswing left arm that arose the first flat and all shuffle Calum Macleod and Hamish Gardiner.
McCullum parked five slips and a gully for the ball hat-trick  that it was too broad were free to really test the southpaw Machan. The field of attack remained in place during the rest of the envelope and Boult beat edge Machan thrice in three balls.

Two balls in the fifth most, Southee was in a ' hat-trick, after Kyle Coetzer had cut you directly to short midwicket and Preston Mommsen had nailed compared with one that cut off the field. Scotland sinking quickly.
In the draw, McCullum had suggested the pitch would help to the seamers for the first half-hour or so before easing, and the extension of the movement slowly diminished as Machan and Berrington seated in. After the plays and initial errors front foot of the Machan began foraying by the pitch, and a timely square unit relieved some of their nerves. Adam Milne replaced Southee in the 11 one and produced the first bad real ball of the morning, a large media-tracker Berrington cut up and over the point backwards. On the side Machan put Boult out two more fours through cover extra.

There was no more limits for the next eight overs but Machan and Berrington sought increasingly assured as Scotland reached 60 for 4 in the final of the 20. Southee came back into the attack to the 21 one and fifty partnership came up with both batsmen hitting to the four. His next most was still more expensive Machan caught for six and Berrington rolling his wrists in a square cut struck with force.

Daniel Vettori was typically tight in his first six overs but he also took some punishment in its seventh, when Machan lifted up his fifty with a single nurdled before Berrington celebrates the accomplishments of your partner by Tonking the next ball on the ground for 6. Scotland brought up 100 during the over the first fifty took 101 balls, only the 59 second.

New Zealand returned to Corey Anderson to try to break the partnership, and he did better with the dismissal of two batsmen, both pulls top edge. His dismissal ended resistance of Scotland and the last six counters fell by 33 runs.

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