9th Match, Pool A England v/s New Zealand
Ground-Westpac Stadium, Wellington
After a loss, England faces the other co-host and title favourite, New Zealand, as the competition moves to Wellington on Friday.England have to win in this match against New Zealand.Look at this point table.
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by the start of the World Cup winning campaign, now in Wellington, New Zealand on February 20 England’s next match will Biruddh, as we all know, New Zealand is in good form at the moment, and this year’s World Cup is believed to be the favorites. And on the other hand, Ian Morgan led England in every field has completed the straight, to England where Moin Ali, James Taylor, which is the root and gray balance as experienced and Talented batsman, the bowler James Anderson, Steven Finn, Chris Vokes, sharp and dangerous bowler Stuart Broad and Chris Jordan, which prevent the opposing team to score at least have the passion.
Kiwi is in the best form, and is considered a strong contender for the World Cup, New Zealand captain Brendan McCullum and Martin’s innings will Gupitl, both batsmen to have been in good form at the moment, as well as New Zealand’s medium In order to provide Mujbuti, vice-captain Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor and Tom Latham is batting, Williamson is in good form from previous years, and a new stage in the past years, he has given New Zealand, Ross Taylor Mdyamkram good bat, as well as praise from Tom Latham has demonstrated over the past few matches.
New Zealand’s bowling section has also been strong, aside New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Mills near where very skilled and experienced spinner Daniel Vettori, while these two teams Southee, Trent Maclengm such as bolts and Mitchell will join veteran Gendbajo.
Corey Anderson of the New Zealand all-rounder, Grant Elliott and wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi as players, which in any case out of New Zealand, is fully capable of.
Ian Morgan led the England team in every field has completed the straight, to England where Moin Ali, James Taylor, which is the root and gray balance as experienced and Talented batsman, the bowler James Anderson, Steven Finn, Chris Vokes, Stuart Brad and sharp and dangerous bowler Chris Jordan, which prevent the opposing team to score at least have the passion.
The last World Cup encounters:
1975: England won by 80 runs (Nottingham)
1979: England won by 9 runs (Manchester)
1983: England won by 106 runs (Oval)
New Zealand won by 2 wickets (Birmingham)
1992: New Zealand won by 7 wickets (Wellington)
1996: New Zealand won by 11 runs (Ahmedabad)
2007: New Zealand won by 6 wickets (Gros Islet)
Kane Williamson (New Zealand):
Williamson the best time of my career is going, their important role in the World Cup could be the last 5 matches against Sri Lanka 293 runs at an average of 59’s. Which includes one hundred and two fifties. The figures included in this match is not the first match of the World Cup, and is expected to have a good performance against Scotland Williamson yesterday.
Moin Ali (England):
Moin Ali England ODI in recent days, emerging as the trump card here, he is bowling and batting well in both areas, their role may be in the World Cup this time, the 17-day matches 540 runs at an average of 31.76, while 17 wickets at an average of 4.69, he is bowling.
These 1st 2 matches area unit England’s toughest within the league stages, however this additionally presents it a chance to realize early momentum in a very long tournament. However, the team has got to carry its game altogether departments. Against Australia, England’s fielders born 2 crucial catches, conceded 342 runs together with one hundred and five within the last 10 overs and its batsmen were shot call at but forty two overs.
England’s batting line-up is robust on paper, however recent kind has been a priority. The batsmen are bowled out twelve times within the last eighteen matches and average solely fifty eight.80 within the final ten overs.Here are details of both teams and players.
New Zealand (likely): Brendon McCullum (capt), Trent Boult, Grant Elliott, Martin Guptill, Adam Milne, Daniel Vettori, Kane Williamson, Corey Anderson, Tim Southee, Luke Ronchi (wk), Ross Taylor.
England (from): Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Stuart Broad, Jos Buttler (wk), Steven Finn, Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Joe Root, James Taylor, James Tredwell, Chris Woakes.