Cricket Match Information:
New Zealand vs England cricket series has now gone into a super exciting stage. The series is currently level at 2-2 and it will be all to play for when sides will come out to play at Auckland. England made a strong comeback in the fourth T20 cricket game by winning the game by 76 runs. As predicted before the previous cricket game, England made a grand comeback and levelled the series. Our prediction expert reckons that New Zealand will use their experience well in the fifth game and clinch the series.
- Tournament: England tour of New Zealand 2019/20
- Cricket Match format: T20
- Cricket match time: 6:30 am IST
- Cricket match date: 10.11.2019
- Venue: Eden Park, Auckland
- Weather: Cloudy, Temperature: 22 degrees, Thunderstorms: 13%
- Team A: New Zealand
- Team B: England
- Team A Captain: Tim Southee
- Team B Captain: Eoin Morgan
New Zealand are being 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 had a bad game at Napier, and they would like to forget about it as soon as possible. Their bowling unravelled in the final ten overs against England and as a result of which, they had to chase a mammoth total of 241 runs.
In reply, none of their batsmen could last long to really challenge England’s score. In the end, it was a big loss by 76 runs for New Zealand.
Blair Tickner went for 50 runs in 4 overs and Ish Sodhi went for 49 runs in just 3 overs. Our prediction is that Lockie Ferguson will make a comeback in place of either of those two men.
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
- Mitch Santner
- Lockie Ferguson
- Lockie Ferguson
- Blair Tickener
England are being led by Eoin Morgan in this cricket series. There were some speculations regarding Morgan’s future post the World Cup win, but selectors seem to have made up their mind at least till the World T20 tournament next year.
Eoin Morgan produced a captain’s knock in the last game for England. In an experienced batting lineup, he had to stand up and he did via his knock of 91 runs off just 41 balls. He was outscored by a sensational knock from David Malan, who scored 103 runs off just 53 balls.
During the defence of their mammoth score, they kept on taking wickets and never really allowed New Zealand to threaten them.
Our prediction is that England will stick with the winning eleven of the last cricket game.
Here is our prediction of England’s playing XI:
- Eoin Morgan
- David Malan
- Tom Banton
- Jonny Bairstow
- Sam Billing
- Lewis Gregory
- Sam Curran
- Tom Curran
- Pat Brown
- Chris Jordan
- Mark Parkinson
Expert Prediction: NZ vs ENG
Even before New Zealand came to know what hit them, England had posted 241 runs on the board. Such is the nature of T20 cricket format that it can take the game away from your eyes and you cannot do much about it.
Despite having Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Mitch Santner and Ish Sodhi in their lineup, New Zealand could not contain England. David Malan and skipper Eoin Morgan unleashed mayhem in Napier and if New Zealand do not recover quickly, they might end up losing the series in front of their home crowd.
Our prediction is of New Zealand’s win in the final game. This has a lot to do with their experience of playing in a slightly weird dimension of Eden Park cricket ground. England, however, will not have anything to lose. They have already impressed everyone with a young squad and to have pushed New Zealand so much in an away series will give them great confidence. If England can continue their brave manner, they will give themselves a great chance of winning the cricket series as well.
Toss prediction? – Keeping in mind the different kind of dimensions of Eden Park, no side can know about the safe score. In such circumstances, it is always better to do the chasing hence, our prediction is that the side winning the toss would like to field first.
Who will win? – New Zealand
Top Batsman – Martin Guptill (NZ), Jonny Bairstow (ENG)
Top Bowler – Mitch Santner (NZ), Chris Jordan (ENG)
Most Sixes – Martin Guptill (NZ), Jonny Bairstow (ENG)
Man of the Match – Martin Guptill (NZ)
Team Scores Batting first – New Zealand 190+, England 170+
Our Official Partner Odds for New Zealand vs England
New Zealand – 1.76
England – 1.90
*odds may change anytime