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Cricket Match Information:
New Zealand vs England cricket series will begin at Hagley Oval, Christchurch. It is going to be a five-match T20 cricket series and will be played over the span of two weeks. This England tour of New Zealand will also comprise of two test matches, which will be played from 21st November. Our prediction guru expects an exciting cricket series between the two exciting sides, who were the 50 over World Cup finalists not too long ago.
- Tournament: England tour of New Zealand 2019/20
- Cricket Match format: T20
- Cricket match time: 6:30 am IST
- Cricket match date: 1.11.2019
- Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Weather: Cloudy, Temperature: 15 degrees, Thunderstorms: 0%
- Team A: New Zealand
- Team B: England
- Team A Captain: Tim Southee
- Team B Captain: Eoin Morgan
New Zealand are going to be led by fast bowler Tim Southee in this cricket series. Due to the injury to their regular captain Kane Williamson, Southee has been handed over the responsibility of leading the side.
New Zealand last played a three-match T20 cricket series against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka, which they won by 2-1 margin. They would like to continue the good form shown in this cricket series as well. Kane Williamson was not part of that series and New Zealand would like to take confidence from that fact. Martin Guptill is making a comeback as well after the famous World Cup final. Our prediction expert expects Tom Seifert to bat at number three spot in the absence of Kane Williamson.
Here is our prediction of New Zealand’s playing XI:
- Tim Southee
- Colin Munro
- Martin Guptill
- Tom Seifert
- Ross Taylor
- Colin de Grandhomme
- James Neesham
- Scott Kuggeleijn
- Mitch Santner
- Trent Boult
- Ish Sodhi
The 50 over World Champions, England, will take the field after the recently concluded Ashes series. They are going to be led once again by Eoin Morgan, who led them to their first-ever 50 over title.
England have brought a completely new-look side to New Zealand. Their coaching staffs have also been changed from Trevor Bayliss to Chris Silverwood and Darren Gough has been named the bowling coach. Our prediction guru expects the likes of Tom Banton, Pat Brown and Saqib Mahmood to get a chance in the first game.
Here is our prediction of England’s playing XI:
- Eoin Morgan
- Jonny Bairstow
- Tom Banton
- James Vince
- Sam Billing
- Lewis Gregory
- Sam Curran
- Tom Curran
- Pat Brown
- Saqib Mahmood
- Adil Rashid
Expert Prediction: NZ vs ENG
And so, they meet again. After bringing despair to New Zealand fans on two big occasions in the last few months, England are now in New Zealand for a five-match T20 and two test matches cricket series.
First, the 50 over World Cup final and then the Rugby final, England have hurt where it hurts New Zealand the most. While New Zealand are not among the most hostile people in the world, one would think they would like to go some back to England on this tour, especially when England have thought of experimenting a bit before the World T20 next year.
New Zealand will be without the services of their inspirational leader, Kane Williamson, and in his absence, Tim Southee is at the helm of affairs. New Zealand are among the most consistent and successful sides in the world and no side can afford to take them lightly. They are coming off a successful Sri Lankan tour, where they defeated the home side by 2-1 margin in T20 series.
England have undergone a few changes since these two sides last met. Trevor Bayliss is no longer the coach of England side; Chris Silverwood has now taken the onus to take this side further. Their captain, Eoin Morgan, will be leading a very inexperienced side and it will be interesting to see how the young guns perform. With inexperience comes daredevilry and freedom, and Morgan will be banking on that for the next couple of weeks.
Toss prediction? – In small grounds of New Zealand, the oppositions do not quite know what target should be enough. As a result, it is always better to chase. Hence, the side winning the toss would like to field first.
Who will win? – New Zealand
Top Batsman – Colin Munro (NZ), Jonny Bairstow (ENG)
Top Bowler – Mitch Santner (NZ), Pat Brown (ENG)
Most Sixes – Colin Munro (NZ), Jonny Bairstow (ENG)
Man of the Match – Colin Munro (NZ)
Team Scores Batting first – New Zealand 200+, England 170+
Our Official Partner Odds for New Zealand vs England
New Zealand – 1.62
England – 2.05
*odds may change anytime