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20th December 2017
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1st ODI

New Zealand V West Indies

Cobham Oval (New) / Whangarei / New Zealand

MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Ross Taylor 2 216 55.67
Kraigg Brathwaite 2 201 45.27
Colin de Grandhomme 2 185 110.12
Tom Blundell 2 136 56.9
Jeet Raval 2 130 42.48
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
Neil Wagner 2 14 3.86
Trent Boult 2 10 3.28
Miguel Cummins 2 7 3.41
Shannon Gabriel 2 7 3.78
Kemar Roach 2 6 3.34
MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Steven Smith 3 426 51.51
Dawid Malan 3 276 48.25
Jonny Bairstow 3 241 54.04
Shaun Marsh 3 224 44.18
David Warner 3 196 54.44
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
Mitchell Starc 3 19 3.28
Nathan Lyon 3 13 2.52
James Anderson 3 12 2.38
Josh Hazlewood 3 12 2.9
Pat Cummins 3 9 2.7
MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Virat Kohli 3 610 82.21
Dinesh Chandimal 3 366 49.13
Murali Vijay 2 292 58.4
Cheteshwar Pujara 3 289 45.51
Rohit Sharma 2 217 69.77
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
R Ashwin 3 12 2.91
Ravindra Jadeja 3 10 2.21
Mohammed Shami 2 9 3.51
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 1 8 2.53
Ishant Sharma 2 8 3.07
MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Rohit Sharma 3 217 120.56
Shreyas Iyer 3 159 101.92
Angelo Mathews 3 153 75.74
Upul Tharanga 3 151 106.34
Shikhar Dhawan 3 119 99.17
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
Yuzvendra Chahal 3 6 5.3
Jasprit Bumrah 3 4 4.56
Suranga Lakmal 3 4 4.52
Hardik Pandya 3 4 5.08
Thisara Perera 3 4 8.79

POINTS TABLE

Teams Mat Won Pts NRR
Karnataka 6 4 32 0.479
Delhi 6 3 27 0.333
Maharashtra 6 2 16 0.084
Hyderabad 6 2 16 -0.156
Railways 6 2 14 -0.312
Teams Mat Won Pts NRR
Gujarat 6 5 34 0.097
Kerala 6 5 31 0.636
Saurashtra 6 3 26 0.245
Jammu & Kashmir 6 1 9 -0.077
Haryana 6 1 9 -0.506
Teams Mat Won Pts NRR
Madhya Pradesh 6 3 21 -0.116
Mumbai 6 2 21 0.228
Andhra 6 1 19 0.326
Baroda 6 1 16 0.508
Tamil Nadu 6 0 11 -0.112
Teams Mat Won Pts NRR
Vidarbha 6 4 31 0.358
Bengal 6 2 23 0.244
Punjab 6 2 18 0.609
Himachal Pradesh 6 1 14 0.3
Chhattisgarh 6 1 13 -0.514
MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Mayank Agarwal 8 1157 68.91
Faiz Fazal 8 843 54.74
Anmolpreet Singh 5 753 81.94
Hanuma Vihari 6 752 60.55
Sanjay Ramaswamy 8 718 46.41
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
Jalaj Saxena 7 44 2.37
Dharmendrasinh Jadeja 6 34 3.81
Krishnappa Gowtham 8 34 2.99
Ashok Dinda 8 33 2.84
Vikas Mishra 6 32 2.73
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