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New Zealand vs South Africa -- paths to ICC World Cup semi-finals

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New Zealand vs South Africa -- paths to ICC World Cup semi-finals

New Zealand v South Africa -- paths to Tuesday`s World Cup semi-final at Eden Park, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00GMT):

NEW ZEALAND

POOL A

Feb 14

At Christchurch

New Zealand 331-6 (Corey Anderson 75, Brendon McCullum 65, Kane Williamson 57) v Sri Lanka 233 all out (Lahiru Thirimanne 65)

New Zealand won by 98 runs
Feb 17

At Dunedin

Scotland 142 all out (Matt Machan 56, Richie Berrington 50) v New Zealand 146-7

New Zealand won by three wickets
Feb 20

At Wellington

England 123 all out (Tim Southee 7-33) v New Zealand 125-2 (Brendon McCullum 77)

New Zealand won by eight wickets
Feb 28

At Auckland

Australia 151 (Trent Boult 5-27) v New Zealand 152-9 (Brendon McCullum 50; Mitchell Starc 6-28)

New Zealand won by one wicket
March 8

At Napier

Afghanistan 186 all out (Najibullah Zadran 56, Samiullah Shenwari 54) v New Zealand 188-4 (Martin Guptill 57)

New Zealand won by six wickets
March 13

At Hamilton

Bangladesh 288-7 (Mahmudullah 128 not out, Soumya Sarkar 51) v New Zealand 290-7 (Martin Guptill 105, Ross Taylor 56)

New Zealand won by three wickets

QUARTER-FINALS

March 21

At Wellington 

New Zealand 393-6 (Martin Guptill 237 not out, Ross Taylor 42) v West Indies 250 all out (Chris Gayle 61; Trent Boult 4-44)

New Zealand won by 143 runs

SOUTH AFRICA

Pool B

Feb 15

At Hamilton

South Africa 339-4 (David Miller 138 not out, JP Duminy 115 not out) v Zimbabwe 277 all out (Hamilton Masakadza 80, Chamu Chibhabha 64)

South Africa won by 62 runs
Feb 22

At Melbourne

India 307-7 (Shikhar Dhawan 137, Ajinkya Rahane 79) v South Africa 177 all out (Faf du Plessis 55)

South Africa lost by 130 runs
Feb 27

At Sydney

South Africa 408-5 (AB de Villiers 162 not out, Hashim Amla 65, Faf du Plessis 62, Rilee Roussouw 61) v West Indies 151 all out (Jason Holder 56; Imran Tahir 5-45)

South Africa won by 257 runs
March 3

At Canberra

South Africa 411-4 (Hashim Amla 159, Faf du Plessis 109, Rilee Rossouw 61 not out) v Ireland 210 all out (Andy Balbirnie 58)

South Africa won by 201 runs
March 7

At Auckland

Pakistan 222 all out (Misbah-ul-Haq 56) v South Africa 202 all out (AB de Villiers 77)

Revised target of 232

South Africa lost by 29 runs (D/L) 
March 12

At Wellington

South Africa 341-6 (AB de Villiers 99) v UAE 195 all out (Swapnil Patil 57 not out)

South Africa won by 146 runs

QUARTER-FINALS

March 18

At Sydney

Sri Lanka 133 all out (Kumar Sangakkara 45, Lahiru Thirimanne 41; Imran Tahir 4-26, JP Duminy 3-29) v South Africa 134-1 (Quinton de Kock 78 not out)

South Africa won by 9 wickets

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