New Zealand vs. England: Fourth T20I Preview
New Zealand vs. England: Fourth T20I Preview

Match Details:

Series: New Zealand vs England

Venue: McLean Park - Napier, New Zealand  

Date: November 08, 2019 

Time: 10:30 a.m. IST

Match Preview:

Hosts New Zealand will be looking to seal the series when they take on England in the fourth T20I at Napier on November 8. England, who were without their regulars for the series, have come up short with an experimental side as they have been unable to chase 177 and 181 in the last two games. They have handed out T20I debuts to six players in the series thus far, with an eye on the T20 World Cup that will be held next year.  

New Zealand, on the other hand, have won the last two games after losing the first and will have a chance to get an unassailable lead. They will welcome back Trent Boult for this game after he was rested for the first three matches.

Weather Conditions:

It will be a pleasant day for cricket, with the temperature in the mid twenties throughout the match. The conditions will be clear with no prediction of rain.  

Pitch Conditions:

Like most grounds in New Zealand, the track at Napier too aids the batters. The short boundaries sees plenty of sixes, and we could be in for yet another high-scoring affair.  

Predicted Playing XI:

New Zealand:

The Kiwis will welcome back Trent Boult for the final two teams, with Lockie Ferguson making way. Blair Tickner replaced Daryl Mitchell in the third T20I,

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