Australia will look to seal the deal in Canberra after winning the first ODI against New Zealand by a 68-run margin in Sydney to snap a winless streak of five matches. The visiting Kiwis on the other hand will need to make sure they win this to force this three-match ODI series into a decider on Friday.
The Manuka Oval is usually a run haven and that trend may continue after big hitting exploits of Steve Smith and Martin Guptill in the first ODI. First-innings totals in the past five ODIs at this venue: 348, 411, 372, 267, 329. The trend to continue in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy? Catch live scores and updates from Australia vs New Zealand here.