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ENG vs NZ Dream11 Team Prediction: 2nd ODI, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Dream 11 Prediction

By Sonam G

England will take on New Zealand in the second match of the One Day Series on Sunday. New Zealand won the opening match by eight wickets by comfortably chasing down a target of 291. Conway and Mitchell scored unbeaten hundreds to see them home. England will be keen to bounce back to keep the series alive.

When: 10 September, 3:30 PM IST

Where: The Rose Bowl, Southampton

TV Channel, Live Streaming:  Sony Six, Sony Liv

The Rose Bowl, Southampton Pitch Report

The surface here at Rose Bowl will be tricky early on with good help for pacers and spinners also will have a role in the middle overs. The average score at this venue is 243. Teams chasing have won 17 out of the 34 ODIs at this venue.

England Playing 11

  1. Jason Roy/ Harry Brook
  2. Jonny Bairstow
  3. Joe Root
  4. Dawid Malan
  5. Ben Stokes
  6. Jos Buttler(c & wk)
  7. Liam Livingstone
  8. Sam Curran
  9. Reece Topley
  10. Gus Atkinson/ David Willey
  11. Adil Rashid
  • All the players are fit and available for selection.

Joe Root Stats in ODI

Matches Played Runs Last 5 performance Batting Average Hundreds
159 6213 6, 1, 86, 0, 11 50 16


Adil Rashid Stats in ODI

Matches Played Wickets Last 5 performance Bowling Average vs New Zealand
126 184 1/70, 2/21, 4/45, 2/47, 3/68 32.2 18 wickets

New Zealand Playing 11

  1. Will Young
  2. Devon Conway
  3. Henry Nicholls
  4. Daryl Mitchell
  5. Tom Latham (c & wk)
  6. Glenn Phillips
  7. Rachin Ravindra
  8. Matt Henry
  9. Tim Southee
  10. Lockie Ferguson
  11. Trent Boult/ Kyle Jamieson
  • Trent Boult returns to the ODI squad.

Devon Conway Stats in ODI

Matches Played Runs Last 5 performance Strike Rate Batting Average
19 844 111, 138, 7, 10, 52 86 54

Trent Boult Stats in ODI

Matches Played Wickets Last 5 performance Economy Bowling Average
99 187 2/25, 4/38, 4/40, 3/53, 3/18 4.93 24

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Team Prediction

Wicket-keepers: Jos Buttler, Tom Latham

Batsmen: Dawid Malan, Joe Root, Dary Mitchell, Devon Conway

All-rounder: Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone

Bowlers: Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Adil Rashid

Captain, Vice Captain for Small League, Head-to-Head contests: Joe Root Conway

Captain, Vice Captain for Grand League:  Trent Boult, Adil Rashid

ENG vs NZ Fantasy Tips

  • Boult last played for New Zealand in September 2022 but has been playing T20 leagues around the world. He will spearhead the bowling attack for New Zealand.
  • Daryl Mitchell has been scored three ODI centuries in his previous five matches and has been in sublime form in this format.
  • Devon Conway has been sensational in the ODI format and scored 138 runs of 100 balls against India and also got a century in the opening match of the series.
  • Trent Boult has picked up 18 wickets in his previous 5 ODI matches and will be leading the pace bowlign attack for New Zealand.
  • Tim Southee is an expeinced bowler and has picked up 144 wickets in this format which is the most by any bowler.
  • Adil Rashid will play a key role in the middle overs and has picked up 18 wickets in 14 matches against New Zealand. He has taken atleast 1 wicket in each of his previous 9 ODIs.
  • Henry Nicholls might bat lower down the order and might not face much balls to have an impact. Hence avoid him for this match.
  • Joe Root has scored more than 6000 runs in this format at an average of 50. He will be an automatic captaincy pick.
  • Ben Stokes will not bowl in this series and will play as a pure batsmen. If England are chasing you can avoid picking him in small leagues.
  • Mark Wood has 71 wickes in 59 ODIs and will be the X factor with his pace. Back him to do well in grand leagues if he plays.

Who will win England vs New Zealand today match?

England are expected to win this match

England and New Zealand have faced each other in 92 matches in ODI. Out of these 91 games , England have won 42 whereas New Zealand have come out victorious on 44 occasions . 4 matches ended without a result.

New Zealand won the opening match by eight wickets.

Mitchell and Conway stitched a 180 run partnership to chase down a huge total of 291 in the last game.

17 out of the 34 ODIs at Rose Bowl have been won by the chasing team.



Sonam G

A cricket fan trying to analyze the game from a different point of view.