15-7 New Zealand's win-loss record in the last year (since the beginning of 2014). Their win-loss ratio of 2.14 is third during this period, next only to Australia (3.40) and South Africa (2.28). Sri Lanka are fourth, with a ratio of 2.14.
5 Number of consecutive World Cup games in which Sri Lanka have beaten New Zealand: once in 2003, and twice each in 2007 and 2011, including the semi-finals of both years. The last time New Zealand beat Sri Lanka in a World Cup game was in the 1992 tournament in New Zealand, when the hosts won by six wickets in Hamilton. Overall, Sri Lanka have a 6-3 advantage in World Cup games against New Zealand.
21-11 New Zealand's win-loss record in home ODIs against Sri Lanka. However, that's largely because New Zealand won the first nine matches, in the 1980s and early 1990s. Since then, the record is a more even 12-11. The overall advantage is also negligible: 41-40 in New Zealand's favour.
8.82 New Zealand's batting run rate between the 41st and 50th overs of an ODI innings since the beginning of 2013, which is the best by far among all teams. It is almost a run ahead of India, who are in second place with 7.88, while Australia are third at 7.87. Sri Lanka are in seventh place with a run rate of 7.55.
180 Luke Ronchi's strike rate in the last ten overs in the last two years: he has scored 323 runs in 179 balls.
21.69 New Zealand's average opening partnership in ODIs since the beginning of 2013, which is by far the worst among all teams; West Indies are next with an average of 28.57. New Zealand have only one century partnership in 43 innings during this period, and their last five opening stands read as follows: 43, 31, 0, 0, 0.
4 The number of Sri Lanka batsmen who've scored more than 1000 ODI runs since the beginning of 2014: Kumar Sangakkara, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Angelo Mathews and Mahela Jayawardene. Three of them - Sangakkara, Dilshan and Mathews - have averaged more than 45 in doing so, with Mathews scoring 1298 runs at an average of 59 and a strike rate of 88.
1 Number of New Zealand batsmen who've scored 1000-plus ODI runs during this period: Kane Williamson has made 1177 runs at an average of 69 and a strike rate touching 90. Ross Taylor is almost there too, with 995 runs at an average of 62 and strike rate of 87.
463 Number of ODI runs Brendon McCullum has scored during this period, at an average of 27.23 and a strike rate of 117.21.
25.50 The combined average for Sri Lanka's batsmen in ODIs outside Asia since the beginning of 2013, the worst among the top eight teams.
38 Wickets for Ajantha Mendis in ODIs since the beginning of 2014; however, he is not a part of Sri Lanka's World Cup squad. Among those who are in the squad, their leading wicket-taker is Sachithra Senanayake, with 31 at 29.54. Mendis took his wickets at an average of 21.63.
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