Last 2 unbeaten teams, India and NZ, meet in World Cup

India's Rohit Sharma arrives to bat in the nets during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge i

India's Rohit Sharma arrives to bat in the nets during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge i

India's captain Virat Kohli laughs during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge in Nottingham,

India's captain Virat Kohli laughs during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge in Nottingham,

Indian team coach Ravi Shastri, left, watches captain Virat Kohli, center, bat in the nets during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup

Indian team coach Ravi Shastri, left, watches captain Virat Kohli, center, bat in the nets during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup

New Zealand's Martin Guptill hits out during the ICC Cricket World Cup group stage match against Sri Lanka, in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday June 1, 2019.

New Zealand's Martin Guptill hits out during the ICC Cricket World Cup group stage match against Sri Lanka, in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday June 1, 2019.

LONDON (AP) — The last two unbeaten teams in the Cricket World Cup meet when India plays New Zealand at Nottingham on Thursday.

New Zealand is 3-0 and India 2-0 to start the tournament.

Two-time World Cup champion India has won six of the last seven one-day internationals against New Zealand, including the most recent in February.

But in World Cup history, New Zealand leads India 4-3, including their only previous encounter at Nottingham in 1999.

India captain Virat Kohli needs 57 runs to become the ninth player to score 11,000 ODI runs.

Opener Rohit Sharma's last four ODI innings are 95, 56, 122 not out, and 57, his longest run of 50-plus scores in ODIs. If he scores another, he will be the fourth player from India to achieve the feat after Sachin Tendulkar, Kohli (twice), and Ajinkya Rahane.

Opener Martin Guptill needs 93 more runs to become the second New Zealand player after Stephen Fleming (1,075) to score 1,000 World Cup runs.

The forecast is for showers to 5 p.m.

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