New Zealand by winning the first match of the Chappell-Hadlee Series at Wellington the home side provided the 31st instance in ODI’s when a side winning a match by 10 wickets. This was also the second such instance for New Zealand and for the first time in it history Australia lost by such margin. For the interest of the readers here under are the details.
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