ENG vs NZ | Dream11 Prime Team WC Final | 14-07-2019 15:15


Time :  14 July (SUN), 03:00 pm (IST)
Series : ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Venue : Lord's, London

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❗️After toss Info:
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Toss: New Zealand won the toss & elected to BAT first.

🚦Confirm Lineup:
Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood

Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, James Neesham, Tom Latham(w), Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson

🎯Head to Head:

Total Played: 90
England won: 41
New Zealand won: 43
Tie: 02
No Result: 04

Team form in Last Five Matches:

ENG-  W, W, W, L, L
NZ- W, L , L, L, W

🏟🌦Pitch Report, Weather & Records:

- A pleasant weather with no rain threat has been forecast for the World Cup final on Sunday. Temperature is expected to be between 18 and 21 degrees Celsius and humidity around 63% during the day.

- The Lord's has hosted four matches in this World Cup and the team batting first has posted 280+ on three occasions. The pitch has been very good for batting but has tended to slow down as the game progresses, and a similar surface can be expected on Sunday.

Overall Average Ist Innings score in ODI : 240 runs.
Total Match Played : 75
Batting first Won : 32
Batting second Won : 40
No Result : 03
Highest Score : 334/4 (60 Ov) by ENG vs IND
Lowest Score : 107/10 (32.1 Ov) by RSA vs ENG
Highest Chased: 326/8 (49.3 Ov) by IND vs ENG
Lowest Defended: 204/5 (50 Ov) by PAK vs ENG

πŸ“°Team NEWS:

- England have the psychological advantage as they crushed New Zealand by 119 runs when the two teams met earlier in the tournament. 

- England are carrying plenty of momentum with them into this final after having registered comfortable wins in their last three matches. 

- New Zealand have never lost an ODI against England at the Lord's; the Kiwis have won both their matches against the hosts at this ground.


England's Journey to World Cup Final

England's World Cup 2019 campaign got off to a very good start with four wins from the first five fixtures; the only blip coming against Pakistan at Nottingham. They next suffered a shock defeat to Sri Lanka at Leeds and before they could recover from that loss, Australia thrashed them by 64 runs at London. Back-to-back defeats put the hosts in a precarious position, making it imperative for them to win their final two round-robin games against India and New Zealand.

England did exactly what needed to be done - they beat India and New Zealand by comfortable margins of 31 runs and 119 runs respectively to finish third on the points table and seal their spot in the semis. Next up were arch-rivals Australia in the semi-final at Birmingham where Morgan's men secured a resounding eight-wicket win to advance to the final.

New Zealand's Journey to World Cup Final

New Zealand could not have asked for a better start to their World Cup campaign. They demolished Sri Lanka in their opening game at Cardiff and built on the momentum with consecutive wins over Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Though their game against Afghanistan proved to be a stroll in the park for them, they were stretched by Bangladesh and made to work hard for the win. The Kiwis then had to share points with India in a rained-out game at Nottingham before getting the better of South Africa and the West Indies.

New Zealand’s form, however, took a dip as the tournament approached its business end, facing heavy defeats in their final three league games - against Pakistan, Australia and England. Kane Williamson and co. eventually made it to the knockout round on account of a superior net run-rate to Pakistan, finishing fourth on the leaderboard with 11 points. New Zealand then faced India in the semi-final at Manchester and defied the odds to prevail by 18 runs in the end and confirmed their ticket to London for Sunday's final.

🚦Predicted Playing 11:


Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood.


Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (wk), James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Trent Boult.

πŸ“Ή ENG vs NZ #CWC19 Team for Dream11:

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1.   T Latham
2.   J Root
3.   K Williamson
4.   J Bairstow
5.  J Roy
6.   E Morgan
7.   R Taylor
8.   J Neesham
9.   C Woakes
10. M Henry
11. L Plunkett

πŸ”₯Player to Watch:

Jason Roy: The opener has been in sublime form and is one of the key men in England's batting line-up. Roy has hit a century and four half-centuries in this World Cup and is averaging 71. His last four innings' scores read 153, 66, 60 and 85.

Joe Root: He is featuring on the list of top five batsmen in the tournament with 549 runs under his belt which includes a couple of hundreds and three fifties. Root has played two good knocks in his last three outings and finished unbeaten on 49 in the semi-final against Australia.

Jofra Archer: The fast bowler is currently third on the wickets charts with 19 wickets at an impressive economy of 4.61. He claimed 2-32 from his ten overs in the last match against Australia and he is likely to pick wickets with the new ball against New Zealand as well.

Kane Williamson: The skipper has led from the front this World Cup. He is amongst the tournament's leading run-scorers with 548 runs and a terrific average of 91.33. The key batsman has two centuries and as many half-centuries to his name and looks set to take on the English attack.

Ross Taylor: New Zealand's number four is the most experienced batsman in the team and has made vital contributions with the bat in almost every game in the tournament. Taylor would have grown in confidence after top-scoring for his side with 74 runs in the semi-final against India on a very challenging surface.

Trent Boult: The paceman seems to have returned to his best after playing second fiddle to Lockie Ferguson in the first few matches of this World Cup. He has picked eight wickets in the last three games which has taken his tally to 17 in the tournament. Boult has a couple of four-wicket hauls to his name - against West Indies and Australia.


Eoin Morgan (c), Jofra Archer, Tom Curran, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk) Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Liam Dawson, Mark Wood, Moeen Ali, James Vince, Chris Woakes.

Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham(w), James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Henry Nicholls, Tim Southee, Tom Blundell, Ish Sodhi.

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