Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Match will begin between the England vs New Zealand at Lords Cricket Ground – London, England. Live telecast is scheduled for July 14 to begin at 1 UK time (17:30 PKT, 18:00 India Time).
England vs New Zealand, ICC CWC 2019 Final Match Details
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England vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Team News and Squad
Cricket World Cup 2019 Squad
England Team News
England do not have any injury scares ahead of their title bout against New Zealand. They have been unchanged since their last three matches, and since they have won all three of those, there seems very little reason for them to tinker with their winning combination. Given the conditions at the Lord’s, the home team is unlikely to deviate from its current strategy of going in with a five-man pace attack and just the one specialist spinner in Adil Rashid.
- Eoin Morgan CPT
- Jos Buttler WKT
- Jason Roy
- Jonny Bairstow
- Joe Root
- Ben Stokes
- Chris Woakes
- Liam Plunkett
- Jofra Archer
- Adil Rashid
- Mark Wood
New Zealand Team News
New Zealand made just the one change to their line-up last time from their heavy defeat to England in their final round-robin game at Chester-le-Street. Tim Southee was expensive in that game, returning figures of 9-0-70-1, and was replaced by Lockie Ferguson in the semi-final clash against India. Ferguson displayed much better skills and is likely to be retained for the Sunday’s final against England. Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls will open the batting for New Zealand while skipper Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor will bat at their usual number three and four positions respectively.
New Zealand Squad
- Kane Williamson CPT
- Tom Latham WKT
- Martin Guptill
- Henry Nicholls
- Ross Taylor
- Colin de Grandhomme
- Jimmy Neesham
- Mitchell Santner
- Trent Boult
- Lockie Ferguson
- Matt Henry
Here is our England vs New Zealand, Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Match Prediction.
England vs New Zealand Pitch Condition
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.
England vs New Zealand Toss Prediction
With pitches in England slowing up during the second-half, teams have preferred batting first and putting the scoreboard pressure on the oppositions. We expect the toss-winning team in this match to continue the trend. Moreover, the last five ODIs (including all four of this World Cup) played at this ground have been won by the side batting first.
England vs New Zealand Prediction
New Zealand upped their game in the semi-final against India and that should give them plenty of confidence going into this final. They have one of the best bowling attacks in the world and will really fancy their chances if they get rid of England’s top order for not many runs on the board. Having said that, the hosts have a formidable batting line-up with the likes of Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root all hitting top form. The Kiwis will be playing their second consecutive World Cup final but they will have to show the same level of intensity against England as they showed against India. The hosts, however, look superior in both batting and bowling departments, and unless they have a really bad day, we don’t think New Zealand can stop them from winning their maiden World Cup title on Sunday.
England are expected to get the better of the fighting New Zealand team & England can claim victory.
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