🇳🇿New Zealand vs England🏴 (NZ v ENG) ICC #CWC19 Live Stream on 14th July 2019, 09:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM LOCAL at Lords Cricket Ground – London, England.
Welcome to the Lords! for 🇳🇿New Zealand vs England🏴 (NZ v ENG) Final
Well, this one needs a minimal introduction. The CWC19 has reached its peak and we have a salivation encounter in our hands.
It took England a big change of focus and 27 years to finish in a World Cup final. Its resurgence after the disappointing launch of the 2015 edition began with a 3-2 victory in a highly successful bilateral international series against the New Zealander, finalist of the time.
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Who will win the final between England and New Zealand, ICC CWC 2019?
England traded Australia in the semi-final in Birmingham and set up a title clash with New Zealand by defeating India in the semi-final in Manchester. The final confrontation of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup will take place on July 14 at the Lord’s in London. The live broadcast of the match should start at 10:30 a.m. local time.
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG), ICC CWC 2019: Where to watch/live broadcast
TV channels: Star Sports, Star Cricket, Fox Sports, Sky Sports, Ten Sports, SuperSport, OSN Sports Cricket HD, Gazi TV
Live broadcast: Bet365, Hotstar, Foxtel Go, Sky Go, now, TV, OSN Play
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Whether Report
A pleasant climate is expected without the threat of rain for the final of the World Cup on Sunday. The temperature should be between 18 and 21 degrees Celsius and approximately 63% humidity during the day.
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Pitch Condition
The Lord has hosted four World Cup games and the first team has scored more than 280 goals three times. The playing field was very good for the club but tended to decrease as the game progressed, and we can expect a similar surface on Sunday.
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Toss Prediction
While the field of England slowed down in the second half, the teams preferred to beat in the foreground and put the board under the pressure of the oppositions. We hope that the winning team of the draw in this game will continue the trend. Besides, the last five ODIs (including four from this World Cup) played in this field were won by the first striking team.
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Team News, Key Players, Forms and H2h
England news team and play 11
ENG Team News
England is not afraid of getting injured before its fight against New Zealand. They have remained unchanged since their last three games and since they have won all three games, there is little reason to change their winning combination. Given the prevailing conditions in the Lord, it is unlikely that the home team will deviate from its current attack strategy to the pace of five players and rely solely on the turn specialist Adil Rashid.
ENG key players
Jason Roy: The first game was sublime and one of the key men in the batting field in England. Roy recorded a total of 71 years in this World Cup, for a total of 71 years. The scores of his last four races are worth 153, 66, 60 and 85.
Joe Root: He’s on the list of the five best drummers in the tournament with 549 points to his credit, including two hundred and fifty-three. Root played two good shots in his last three starts and was undefeated at 49 in the semi-final against Australia.
Jofra Archer: the fast thrower is currently third in the charts with 19 windows with an impressive economy of 4.61. He claimed a score of 2-32 in his ten outs in the last game against Australia and is also likely to choose territory with the new ball against New Zealand.
ENG Recent form
England has now won six of their last eight one-day international games and the eight-time victory against Australia the other day in Birmingham was their third consecutive win in format 50 and above. Incidentally, his last ODI defeat was against Australia just two weeks ago, with 64 races there, even during the current World Cup championship phase. England secured a bat and a ball in the semifinals, knocking down Australia 223 before continuing with 33 starts.
Travel from England to the final of the World Cup.
The 2019 World Cup campaign in England had a very good start with four victories out of five. The only blow against Pakistan in Nottingham. They then lost to Sri Lanka in Leeds, and before they could recover from the loss, Australia beat them by 64 points in London. Consecutive defeats put the hosts in a precarious position, forcing them to win their last two round-robin games against India and New Zealand.
England did exactly what they had to do: they beat India and New Zealand with comfortable margins of 31 and 119 points respectively to finish third in the points table and seal their place in the semifinal. The next is Australia, the rival of Australia, in the semifinal of Birmingham, where the men of Morgan obtained a unique stellar victory to qualify for the final.
England’s Match Results in the World Cup 2019
|New Zealand||Won||119 runs||Chester-le-Street||3-July-2019|
|Sri Lanka||Lost||20 runs||Leeds||21-June-2019|
|West Indies||Won||8 wickets||Southampton||14t-June-2019|
|South Africa||Won||104 runs||London||30-May-2019|
England predicts playing 11
Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Jos Butler (week), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood
New Zealand Team News and Playing 11
News of the New Zealand team.
New Zealand made only one change to their lineup the last time after their big loss to England in their final round-robin match at Chester-le-Street. Tim Southee was costly in the game with a score of 9-0-70-1 and was replaced by Lockie Ferguson in the semifinal match against India. Ferguson has shown better skills and should be selected for Sunday’s final against England. Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls will open the bat for New Zealand, while captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor will win in their usual three and four positions respectively.
New Zealand key players
Kane Williamson: The captain led this World Cup. He is one of the top scorers of the tournament with 548 points and an impressive average of 91.33. The key drummer has two centuries and half-centuries in his name and seems ready to face the English attack.
Ross Taylor: Number four in New Zealand is the most experienced drummer on the team and has made an essential contribution to the bat in almost every tournament game. Taylor would have gained confidence after being the top scorer of his team with 74 points in the semifinal against India on a very difficult surface.
Trent Boult: The paceman seems to have returned to his best level after playing the second violin of Lockie Ferguson in the first matches of this World Cup. He has chosen eight windows in the last three games, bringing his total to 17 in the tournament. Boult has two draws at the box office: against the West Indies and Australia.
NZ Recent form
New Zealand has nine wins and three losses in its last 12 international matches. After suffering defeats in three games against Pakistan, Australia, and New Zealand, the Black Caps ended their losing streak with a convincing 18-point victory against India in the Manchester semifinal. After Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson broke their 50 years and elevated the team to a respectable 239, Trent Boult and Matt Henry spit venom with the ball to hit the two tournament champions.
New Zealand’s trip to the World Cup final.
New Zealand could not have asked for a better start to its World Cup campaign. They demolished Sri Lanka in their first match in Cardiff and continued their momentum with consecutive victories over Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Although their match against Afghanistan turned out to be a walk in the park for them, they were put to the test by Bangladesh and set to work hard for the victory. The Kiwis had to share points with India in a rain match in Nottingham before taking the best of South Africa and the West Indies.
The New Zealand squad, however, dived in the run-up to the tournament and suffered heavy losses in their last three league games against Pakistan, Australia, and England. Kane Williamson and company. finally managed to qualify for Round 16 thanks to a higher net growth rate than Pakistan, finishing in fourth place with 11 points. New Zealand then faced India in the semifinal in Manchester and finally defeated the chances of winning with 18 points and confirmed their ticket to London for the final on Sunday.
New Zealand’s Match Results in the World Cup 2019
|West Indies||Won||5 runs||Manchester||22-June-2019|
|South Africa||Won||4 wickets||Birmingham||19-June-2019|
|Sri Lanka||Won||10 wickets||Cardiff||1-June-2019|
Prediction of New Zealand Play 11
Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (week), James Neesham, Great Man Colin, Mitchell Santner, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, and Trent Boult
Team Comparison in the last five games (the most recent first)
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Squad
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) face to face
England won 41 while New Zealand won 43 of the 90 international matches played in a day. Two of them resulted in links, while four resulted in no results.
England won four of their last five ODI crashes against New Zealand, including a 119-point victory at Chester-le-Street last week.
New Zealand has never lost to England in the Lord in the 50-point format. The two countries competed twice in this field, with the Kiwis winning both times: 51 points in June 2008 and 5 windows in May 2013.
- Games played: 90
- ENG Won: 41
- NZ Won: 43
- Tie: 2
- No results: 4
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Betting Odds
England, with a comfortable win in their last three games, against India, New Zealand and Australia, is one of the favorites among the bookies to win this last game of the Cup. 2019 ICC world of cricket. New Zealand is the outsider of the match.
Bet365 ENG Betting
ING to win the match: Bet365 offers a price of 1.33 in England to beat New Zealand.
The ENG drummer scored 50: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, and Joe Root are in very good shape and have 2.20 with Bet365 to reach half a century on Sunday.
Bet365 NZ Betting
New Zealand wins the game: New Zealand has 3.50 outsiders with Bet365 to beat England in the final.
The New Zealand drummer has a score of fifty: Kane Williamson has 2.20 points with Bet365 to hit a fifty against England, while Martin Guptill and Ross Taylor can double to 3 and 2.75 respectively.
ENG Betway Odds
ING to win the match: England makes 1.30 favorites with Betway to win the final of CWC 2019.
ENG Top Batsman: Jason Roy seems interesting to support in 4 with Betway for the best drummer in England. Its opening partners, Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root, are also sold for 4. The boss Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler are 6 and 7 years old respectively.
ENG Top Bowler: Jofra Archer was the best English bowler in this World Cup and has 3.75 points with Betway to capture the best bowling figures for his team against New Zealand. Chris Woakes is 4.50 and Mark Wood is also. Adil Rashid can be trained at 5.
NZ Betway Odds
New Zealand wins the match: New Zealand has 3.50 outsiders and Betway wins this match.
The best New Zealand drummer: Kane Williamson, with an average of 3.25, while Betway gets the best New Zealand score in the final match, while Ross Taylor gets the highest score the last time, has a rating of 4.50. Martin Guptill is 5 years old and Henry Nicholls is 5.50 years old.
NZ Top Bowler: Trent Boult and Matt Henry, both excited in the semifinal against India, are 3.50 and 4.50, respectively, and Betway is the best bowler in New Zealand. Lockie Ferguson has 3.75, while Mitchell Santner has 6.
ING to win the game: England was qualified at 1.30 in Betrally to win this match.
Match man: Jonny Bairstow is 9.75, while Jason Roy is 10 years old with Betrally for the Man of the Match award. Ben Stokes at 2:50 pm and Jos Buttler at 12:50.
Wedding odds in New Zealand
New Zealand wins the game: New Zealand is at 3.45 for the 2019 World Cup final.
The man of the match: Kane Williamson will have a price of 10 to secure the man’s title match on Sunday. Trent Boult and Ross Taylor can be bet at 14h50 and 15h respectively.
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Dream 11 Prediction
Our Dream11 team for the final match of the England-New Zealand 2019 World Cup consists of seven players from England and four New Zealanders, with the home team having a better chance of winning this game.
Jason Roy is in an electrifying form, like the New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, and we did not hesitate to choose them in our Dream11 team. We also selected Jonny Bairstow and Ross Taylor.
Jofra Archer has shone with the ball for England since the start of this World Cup, while Chris Woakes remains a great threat with the new ball. In addition to him, we also include Trent Boult, who has reformed and Adil Rashid, who has the gift of collecting land at key moments.
Ben Stokes and Mitchell Santner made significant contributions with bat and ball to their respective teams throughout the tournament. That’s why both are on our team.
We selected Englishman Jos Buttler in our Dream11 team in the box office category instead of Tom Latham. Buttler has shown a much better form than his New Zealand counterpart and can be sent in order according to the situation of the match, which means more opportunities to score points.
We chose Jason Roy as captain.
We chose Jofra Archer as vice-captain.
England vs New Zealand Dream11 Team
|BATSMEN||ALL ROUNDER||WICKET KEEPER||BOWLER|
|Jason Roy (c)||Ben Stokes||Jos Buttler||Jofra Archer (vc)|
|Jonny Bairstow||Mitchell Santner||Chris Woakes|
|Ross Taylor||Adil Rashid|
|Kane Williamson||Trent Boult|
New Zealand vs England (NZ vs ENG) Prediction
New Zealand has improved their game in the semifinal against India and this should give them a lot of confidence for the final. They have one of the best bowling attacks in the world and they will want to have their chances if they get rid of England’s best order by a few points on the board. That said, the hosts have tremendous batting training with players like Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, and Joe Root, all in shape. The Kiwis will play their second consecutive World Cup final, but they will have to show the same level of intensity against England that they have shown against India. However, the hosts have a better presence in the batting and bowling departments and, unless they have a difficult day, we do not think New Zealand can prevent them from winning their first World Cup title on Sunday.
- Final verdict: England defeats New Zealand at 1.33