England vs New Zealand : Predicted Playing XI New Zealand Might Bring In Henry, England Unchanged England and New Zealand head into their final World Cup group match on Wednesday, each knowing that a win would see them into the semi-finals.
== MATCH INFO ==
Team: England vs New Zealand
Competition: Cricket World Cup 2019
Date : Wedesday, Jul 3,2019
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With both Asian teams well behind on net run-rate, it would take a big New Zealand loss allied to a commanding Pakistan victory or two Bangladesh wins by big margins, to deny the 2015 losing finalists a place in the last four.
England travel to the northeast buoyed by a 31-run win over an India side that were previously unbeaten. Sunday’s success against India, the team that recently replaced England at the top of the one-day international rankings, came after back-to-back defeats by Sri Lanka and reigning champions
By contrast, New Zealand head into the match following successive losses to Pakistan and Australia that have put a taken the gloss off a promising campaign.
An attack led by left-arm quick Trent Boult, who took a hat-trick hero against Australia, and featuring the express pace of Lockie Ferguson is a testing proposition for any side.
Colin Munro was dropped for the Australia game, while fellow opener Martin Guptill has managed just 85 runs from six innings since his 73 not out against Sri Lanka. England look settled and could go into the game unchanged, New Zealand might look at making a couple of changes.
NZ Probable Playing XI: Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson (c), Colin de Grandhomme, Trent Boult, Tom Latham (wk), Matt Henry, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Lockie Ferguson
England Probable Playing XI: Liam Plunkett, Eoin Morgan (c), Adil Rashid, Jos Buttler (wk), Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Joe Root, Mark Wood, Jofra ArcherEngland vs New Zealand at Chester-le-Street weather update, World Cup 2019:
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“Every time we played England in the last little while it’s been a great series. I think it came down to the wire in that series back home and the last time we were here was a must-win.
“I think it was two-all, and Jonny Bairstow (83 not out) came in fresh and batted well. Obviously, another big game coming up tomorrow and hopefully we’re up for it.”England vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Ross Taylor expects Black Caps to bounce back after losing momentum at key stage