ENG beat NZ by 76 runs | New Zealand vs England, Highlights And Cricket Score 4th T20I Match
England in New Zealand, 5 T20I Series, 2019Date: Nov 08, 2019 Start Time: 10:30 IST | 05:00 GMT | 18:00 Local
Venue: McLean Park, Napier
Courtesy the rain, the match was shortened and became an 11-over encounter. Batting first, Martin Guptill and Colin Munro gave their side a great start as New Zealand piled up 146 runs in the first innings. The score seemed massive but was in front of the might English batting line-up.
New Zealand lost to England in the 5th T20I of the five-match series on Nov 10, 2019. The game was held at Eden Park in Auckland. This match reminded us of ICC CWC 2019 Final as yet again we saw a super-over. New Zealand fans seems to have got over that tragic moment, however their emotions got hurt one more time.
The last clash of the series witnessed mayhem by Dawid Malan and Eoin Morgan which guided England to an emphatic victory and also shifted the momentum of the series on their favour. On the other hand, the Kiwis will eye a comeback and thrash the visitors in Auckland.
England will square off against New Zealand in the 5th T20I of the five-matches series. The game will be held on Nov 10, 2019, at Eden Park, Auckland. The series is currently evenly balanced at 2-2 as England won the last game by 76 runs to level the series.
Williamson is not part of the ongoing five-match T20I series because of a hip injury and Tim Southee is leading the Black Caps in his absence. "It's been an ongoing niggle, really," he told Sky Sports NZ. "That comes at goes. It is settling, which is nice."
New Zealand will square off against England in the 4th T20I of the five-match series on Nov 8, 2019. The game will be held at McLean Park in Napier. New Zealand currently leads the series by 2-1 as they defeated England in the previous game by 14 runs.
James Vince was the star – a hero in the first game, a villain in the second – for England in the opening two T20Is of the five-match series. Vince’s maiden T20I fifty guided the visitors to a comfortable seven-wicket win over New Zealand in the first game. His innings 59 from 38 balls, which comprised of seven boundaries and two maximums was instrumental in the victory.
New Zealand will lock horns with England in the 3rd T20I of five matches series on Nov 5, 2019. The game will be held at Saxton Oval in Nelson. The series is evenly balanced with 1-1, as the home team won the last game by 21 runs, while England won the 1st T20I by 7 wickets.
After winning the first T20I by 7 wickets, England will take on New Zealand in the 2nd T20I of ongoing England's tour of New Zealand 2019. The 2nd T20I match will be played at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on (Sunday) November 3. The first T20I proved to be a cup of tea for England as the visitors chased the 154-run target in 18.3 overs with 7 wickets in hand.
England beat New Zealand on superior boundary count following a gruelling, exhausting yet thrilling World Cup final on May 15, 2019, to lift their maiden World Cup crown. New Zealand will aim for revenge when England comes visiting though they will have to do it without regular skipper Kane Williamson.
The two teams will face each other for the first time since the controversial 2019 World Cup Final. Tim Southee will lead the New Zealand side as the team’s regular skipper Kane Williamson is ruled out due to a hip injury. For England, senior players like Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler have been rested and the onus will be on other players.
Speaking on his appointment, Gough said, "I very much look forward to working with all the bowlers and helping them improve." "I will gain a lot from the experience and to work at this level will benefit me as a coach for the long-term. I can't wait to get cracking."