Statistical Highlights: New Zealand vs England

<img border='0' align='left' title=' ' src='' class='caption'> Following are the statistical highlights of the group B Champions Trophy match between England and New Zealand.

Updated: September 30, 2009 17:48 IST
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Following are the statistical highlights of the group B Champions Trophy match between England and New Zealand.

  • New Zealand have recorded their 35th win over England in 70 ODIs. (Lost 29, NR 4 & Tied 2).

  • England's 146 is their second lowest score in the ICC Champions Trophy - their all-time lowest being 125 against India at Jaipur on October 15, 2006.

  • Stuart Broad's figures of four for 39 are his second best in ODIs - his best being 5 for 23 against South Africa at Nottingham on August 26, 2008.

  • Martin Guptill's 53 off 55 balls is his first fifty against England - his fifth overall.

  • Guptill has an outstanding batting average in ODIs - 47.15 - 613 in 16 innings, including one hundred and five fifties.

  • Brendon McCullum (48) has posted his highest innings in the ICC Champions Trophy, bettering the 47 against Australia at The Oval on September 16, 2004.

  • McCullum has posted his third successive score of 40-plus in the 2009-10 edition of the ICC Champions Trophy - 44 against South Africa at Centurion; 46 against Sri Lanka at Johannesburg and 48 against England at Johannesburg.

  • Grant Elliot (4/31) has registered his career-best bowling performance in ODIs, eclipsing the 3 for 14 against Scotland at Aberdeen on July 3, 2008.

  • Shane Bond (3/21) has produced his best bowling performance in 14 innings.

  • Bond's aforesaid performance is his second best in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to the 4 for 21 against Bangladesh at Colombo SSC on September 23,2002.

  • Ravi Bopara (30) has recorded his highest score in eight innings.

  • Andrew Strauss' first duck against New Zealand is his seventh in ODIs.

  • Andrew has recorded his first duck in the ICC Champions Trophy - his third in 30 innings as captain in ODIs.

  • Paul Collingwood has performed reasonably well for England in the ICC Champions Trophy, 2009-10, posting 46 against Sri Lanka; 82 against South Africa and 40 against New Zealand.

  • Collingwood has produced an exceptional batting record in the ICC Champions Trophy, aggregating 369 at an average of 52.71, including two fifties, in ten matches.

  • Collingwood's aggregate of 168 (ave.56.00) in three games in the 2009-10 ICC Champions Trophy is exceeded only by Graeme Smith - 206 (ave.68.66) in three innings.

  • Collingwood's overall ODI average is 35.13 but he is quite famous for producing top-class performances in important tournaments e.g. World Cup (45.88), ICC Champions Trophy (52.71), Tri series in Australia (47.71) and Tournament Finals (82.50).

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