The battle lines are drawn following ending the test series at a tie the visitor Kiwis are ready to give some tough time to the English team at their own property. The New Zealand tour of England One particular day international matches are going to commence from these days and the whole planet have their eyes on this series as it is a need to win for the England team right after the shameful overall performance their have offered in this year’s ICC Cricket Globe Cup. Skipper Eoin Morgan is searching extremely confident as effectively as his boys which is very clear from their practice session that we have noticed a day earlier. So it is surely not going to be an straightforward 1 for captain Brendon McCullum and his squad.
England vs New Zealand Ist ODI Match 2015 Result Prediction
According to our evaluation each the team have some possible match winners in their squad but still assuming from the past record New Zealand has a upper hand here. The stress is definitely going to be on the England group and the main query is are they capable sufficient to manage it, effectively the possibilities are really less. The players that may well prove out to be a large headache for them are Brendon McCullum, Trent Boult, Mitchell McClenaghan and Ross Taylor as they are going through the form of their life correct now. If the English group gets McCullum out in the opening 10 overs than something can occur otherwise gave more than for them.
The toss right here also has a really massive function to play as we have observed climate circumstances are at the moment not great in England and also in todays Ist ODI we are not expecting a complete 100 overs game to come about. So whichever team wins the toss will certainly gets a massive advantage to their side as D/L strategy will surely come into play right here.
New Zealand vs England 1st ODI Match 2015 Winning Perecentage
New Zealand – 65%
England – 35%
England vs New Zealand Ist ODI Probable Playing XI’s
England :- Alex Hales, James Taylor, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jos Buttler(w), Ben Stokes, Chris Jordan, Mark Wood, Steven Finn, Liam Plunkett and Jason Roy
New Zealand :- Brendon McCullum(c), Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Corey Anderson, Grant Elliott, Luke Ronchi(w), Tim Southee, Mitchell McClenaghan, Trent Boult and Matt Henry