After facing back to back defeats against India and Australia in their previous 2 matches, wounded tigers New Zealand will face the red hot South Africa in the match no. 32 of ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023. Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune is the venue for this match and live action will start from 2:00 PM (Indian Standard Time).
Rachin Ravindra, Quinton de Kock, Daryl Mitchell, and Heinrich Klaasen are going to be the key players in this match between New Zealand vs South African on Wednesday, 1 November 2023. Captaincy of both Temba Bavuma and Tom Latham is also going to be under the radar during this match, because both these leaders haven’t turned out that much impressive in the recent times.
New Zealand vs South Africa ICC World Cup 2023 Match 1 November 2023 Dream11 Fantasy Team Prediction
Here is the best Dream11 fantasy team predicted by us that can help you winning massive prizes during the 32nd match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match between New Zealand vs South Africa on 1 November 2023 :
- Quinton de Kock (wk)
- Rachin Ravindra (c)
- Rassie van der Dussen
- Aiden Markram
- Daryl Mitchell
- James Neesham
- Marco Jansen
- Mitchell Santner
- Trent Boult
- Keshav Maharaj
- Gerald Coetzee
New Zealand vs South Africa ICC World Cup 2023 Match 1 November 2023 Winner Prediction
As per our prediction, South Africa win most probably win this 32nd match of ICC men’s cricket world cup 2023 against New Zealand on Wednesday, 1 November, but a close match will definitely take place between both these sides.
Coin toss will play a important role in this match, because South Africa might face some major difficulties while chasing a total against the mighty Kiwis under the lights at MCA Stadium in Pune.
- South Africa chances of winning – 59%
- New Zealand chances of winning – 41%
New Zealand vs South Africa ICC World Cup 2023 Match 1 November 2023 Betting Odds
According to the top cricket betting websites, the odds for New Zealand vs South Africa ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 match no. 32 on Wednesday, 1 November are marginally stacked in favour of Proteas and they are as follows :
- New Zealand (2.07)
- South Africa (1.79)