Besides the top position in Pool A, Australia and New Zealand will also be vying for the Chappell-Hadlee one-day trophy, named after the great Australian and New Zealand cricket families, on Saturday.

The Chappell cricketing family is made up of brothers Ian, Gregory and Trevor, while the New Zealand family is that of Walter Hadlee and his 
three sons, Barry, Dayle and (Sir) Richard.

Richard Hadlee said he wanted to see the trophy, held by Australia since 2011, regained by New Zealand.

"We want it back. Hopefully on Saturday, it might just lift the ante a little bit," he said. - AFP.