ENG vs NZ Dream11 Today Match Prediction| New Zealand vs England, Match Preview
Following the Dream11 Match Prediction for ENG vs NZ, New Zealand and England will be battling for the T20 series in the 3rd T20I on Tuesday, 5th November 2019 at 6:30 AM in Saxton Oval, Nelson.
Starting from the practice matches, a gentlemen’s war is running around. Both the teams are overpowering each other one by one. In the second T20 match, New Zealand didn’t allow England to chase, unlike the first T20I.
The match is again played on a new pitch, where only 1 T20 has been played till now. Looking out the pattern, England would be waiting for their turn. Let’s see if the intent can change this pattern or not.
Date & Time: Tuesday, 5th November 2019 at 6:30 AM
Venue: Saxton Oval, Nelson
Not much T20I games are played at this pitch. By the virtue of limited records, the pitch considered fast and likewise the previous games, batsmen will get some favor here. The pitch gets a bit slow in the 2nd innings, thus there would be an upper hand for the team going to bat first at this pitch.
Head to Head(Last 5 encounters)
NZ Won: 2
ENG Won: 3
ENG vs NZ Dream11 Team News
New Zealand Team News
IS Sodhi is costing too much to the team in terms of the bowling economy.
Blair Tickner could be tried in this match at IS Sodhi’s place.
Batting lineup would not have any change in the coming match.
New Zealand Squad:
Ross Taylor, Tim Southee (c), Martin Guptill, Colin de Grandhomme, Colin Munro, Ish Sodhi, James Neesham, Tim Seifert (wk), Mitchell Santner, Lockie Ferguson, Daryl Mitchell, Scott Kuggeleijn, Blair Tickner
Joe Denly rolled his ankle at the boundary while attempting a catch. He will not be the part of the squad in the further T20 matches.
Saqib Mahmood bowled with an economy of 11.50.
Tom Curran could return to his play by replacing Mahmood.
Any change in the batting lineup is not expected.
Eoin Morgan (c), Adil Rashid, Jonny Bairstow, Chris Jordan, James Vince, Dawid Malan, Lewis Gregory, Sam Billings (wk), Saqib Mahmood, Sam Curran, Patrick Brown, Tom Curran, Matthew Parkinson, Tom Banton