From Eden Park to Hagley Oval: Your venue guide for the ODI World Cup

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New Zealand are set to host the ODI World Cup from Friday (March 4). Six stadiums across New Zealand will host the 31-match event, including group stage matches and the knockouts. Here’s a look at the six venues for the mega event.

Bay Oval, Mouth Maunganui

Highest Team Score: 273/5 by Australia in 2017
Lowest Team Score: 104 all out by New Zealand in 2015
Highest Individual Score: Meg Lanning 127 v New Zealand in 2016
Best Bowling Figures: Leigh Kasperek 6/46 v Australia in 2021

Bay Oval at Mount Maunganui, Tauranga © Getty Images

Bay Oval at Mount Maunganui, Tauranga © Getty Images

 

Fixtures:

New Zealand v West Indies 

March 04, Friday

 

India v Pakistan

March 06, Sunday

 

Australia v Pakistan

March 08, Tuesday



South Africa v Pakistan

March 11, Friday

 

England v South Africa

March 14, Monday

 

England v India

March 16, Wednesday

 

Bangladesh v West Indies

March 18, Friday

 

Basin Reserve, Wellington

Highest Team Score: 266/5 by Australia in 1982

Lowest Team Score:  61 all out by New Zealand in 1999

Highest Individual Score: Karen Rolton 113* v New Zealand in 1997

Best Bowling Figures: Lyn Fullston 5/27 v New Zealand in 1982

Basin Reserve, Wellington © Getty Images

Basin Reserve, Wellington © Getty Images

New Zealand v Australia

March 13, Monday

 

Australia v West Indies

March 15, Tuesday

 

Australia v South Africa

March 22, Tuesday

 

South Africa v West Indies

March 24, Thursday

 

Australia v Bangladesh

March 25, Friday

 

Bangladesh v England

March 27, Sunday

 

Semi-Final 1

March 30, Wednesday

 

Seddon Park. Hamilton

Highest Team Score: 307/4 by Australia in 2009

Lowest Team Score: 96 all out by South Africa in 1999

Highest Individual Score: Janette Brittin 138* v International XI in 1982

Best Bowling Figures: Sune Luus 6/45 v New Zealand in 2020

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Seddon Park, Hamilton © Getty Images

Australia v England

March 5, Saturday

 

New Zealand v India

March 10, Thursday

 

India v West Indies

March 12, Saturday

 

Bangladesh v Pakistan

March 14, Monday

 

New Zealand v South Africa

March 17, Thursday

 

Pakistan v West Indies

March 21, Monday

 

Bangladesh v India

March 22, Tuesday

 

University Oval, Dunedin
Highest Team Score: 223/3 by New Zealand in 2021

Lowest Team Score: 192 all out by New Zealand in 2021

Highest Individual Score: Amy Satterthwaite 119* v England in 2021

Best Bowling Figures: Amelia Kerr 4/42 v England in 2021

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University Oval, Dunedien © Getty Images

Bangladesh v South Africa

March 5, Saturday

 

New Zealand v Bangladesh

March 7, Monday

 

England v West Indies

March 9, Wednesday

 

Eden Park. Auckland

Highest Team Score: 247/5 by Australia in 1997

Lowest Team Score: 138/9 by Australia in 1994

Highest Individual Score: Belinda Clark 142 v New Zealand in 1997

Best Bowling Figures: Emily Drumm 4/31 v Australia in 1994

Eden Park, Auckland © Getty Images

Eden Park, Auckland © Getty Images

 

Australia v India

March 19, Saturday

 

New Zealand v England

March 20, Sunday

 

Hagley Oval. Christchurch

Highest Team Score: 455/5 by New Zealand in 1997

Lowest Team Score: 47 all out by Pakistan in 1997

Highest Individual Score: Karen Rolton 154* v Sri Lanka in 2000

Best Bowling Figures: Julie Harris 4/8 v Pakistan in 1997

Hagley Oval, Christchurch © Getty Images

Hagley Oval, Christchurch © Getty Images

England v Pakistan 

March 24, Thursday

 

New Zealand v Pakistan

March 26, Saturday

 

India v South Africa

March 28, Monday

 

Semi-Final 2

March 31, Thursday

 

Final

April 3, Sunday