ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Photos: New Zealand are ready for the Trans-Tasmanian battle against Australia. Here's proof

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: This is a repeat of the 2015 World Cup Finals where it was these two nations that locked horns for the ultimate crown

New Zealand take on Australia tomorrow in the Trans-Tasmanian battle. This is a repeat of the 2015 World Cup Finals where it was these two nations that locked horns for the ultimate crown. A couple of years back, the Black Caps ended up at the wrong end but this year they are a more dangerous unit. It is pitted to be a revenge match, something like India and Pakistan, but is is not that intense like the sub continental giants. For New Zealand it is a chance to avenge their World Cup defeat, which must have hurt them no ends. The Black Caps are leaving no stone un-turned and hence they were seen going through a rigorous practice session at Edgbaston where India take on Pakistan on Sunday.

It is bound to be a quality match as both the teams are studded with quality players like David Warner, Steven Smith, Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill, in the bowling front there is Mitchell Starc and Trent Boult from either camps.

In a press conference before the game Kane Williamson also said that they know it is a big game and are not taking it lightly.

This is what he said, “Tomorrow’s a big game & it’s a one off occasion in a tournament, so we have to start strong.”

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