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England vs New Zealand Live Scores, World Cup Final 2019: The New Zealand Winning Wing, who decided to catch England in Lord's | Cricket news



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LIVE BLOG | LIVE SCORECARD

Journalists, opponents Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls, are in the middle. Chris Woakes will open an attack on England. Here we go …

Both teams have settled behind the hymns
KAPITANI:

KANE WILLIAMSON, NEW ZEALAND CAPTAIN

We have a stick. Hard decision. The original surface of the piston, but the overhead conditions cause confusion. First we have a job with a stick. We're playing the same team. Half was a tough reminder for both sides, but we are glad that we crossed the line in this game. We always support Guptill with a stick. He will play with freedom. Our team played with a lot of hearts and fought and led us so many times over the line. Many parts that differ from the end of 2015, different staff, but all experiences are positively learning. It's a different day and everything can happen. Success will be remarkably special, but before that we have to play some good cricket.

EOIN MORGAN, ANGIAN CAPTAIN

There was a 50-50 call. The costs will be tilted towards the ball. No matter which side will play better, it will raise the trophy. Jonny is completely ready and we're playing the same XI. The most powerful part in Edgbaston was our bowling. If we can put a ball today in the area, we have a great opportunity. I'm very proud. Everyone has invested in work for the last four years. All the time of the tournament we took the pressure, and this is the semi-finals.

PLAY XI:


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

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

TEAM CHANGE: Both sides are unchanged.

TOSS: Captain of New Zealand Kane Williamson won and fought England with the Lord


This is TOSS, people.

REPORT:

There was a little rain in the morning. But the sun is now at this moment and the pitch is bright and hard. Much more green than expected in a one-day game. This is a playground with a lot of grass, so that the early movement of the seam will be.
– estimates Sourav Ganguly

Static attack:

All four games on the Lord's ladder in the 2019 World Cup were won by the team.


– Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 games
– Australia beat England in 64 matches
– Australia beat New Zealand in 86 games
– Pakistan beat Bangladesh with 94 runs

Get to know the officials of the game to finally deal with the Lord

Look at the wardrobes in England and New Zealand.

14:22 IST: UPDATE: TOSS will be delayed for 15 minutes. It will now be at 14.45.

Response to the finals of the World Cup

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WATCH: Jofra Archer shows his incredible skills

Lord's honorary board

Can Eoin Morgan men today create history?


14:01 IST: Rain has stopped in London since then



13:37 IST:
Currently in rosette in London. According to the UK Department of Mine, there will be no rain between 14:30 and 16:30 IST. However, due to the current weather conditions, it can be delayed.

Weather forecast from the Lord

What are your predictions?

NEW ZELAND ROAD TO CONCLUSION


against Sri Lanka (June 1st) – New Zealand won 10 doors

against Bangladesh (5 June) – New Zealand won 2 doors

against Afghanistan (June 8) – New Zealand won seven doors

against India (June 13) – the match was dropped due to rain without a ball

against South Africa (June 19) – New Zealand won four doors

vs West Indies (June 22) – New Zealand won 5 matches

vs Pakistan (June 26) – Pakistan won the 6th gate

vs Australia (June 29) – Australia won 86 matches

vs England (July 3rd) – England won 119 matches

Semifinals against India (July 10) – New Zealand won 18 matches

ENGLISH ROUTE TO FINAL:


against South Africa (May 30th) – England won 104 matches

vs Pakistan (3 June) – Pakistan won 14 matches

against Bangladesh (8 June) – England won 106 matches

vs West Indies (June 14) – England won 8 doors

against Afghanistan (25 June) – England won 150 games

against Sri Lanka (21 June) – Sri Lanka won with 20 competitions

vs Australia (June 25) – Australia won 64 matches

against India (30 June) – England won 31 matches

against New Zealand (3 July) – England won 119 matches

Semifinals against Australia (11 July) – England won 8 doors

See today's weather:

Battle ground

England and New Zealand are ready. Are you?

Today is the finals of the World Cup of England and New Zealand!

13:00 IST:

Welcome and welcome to the Live Download of the ICC World Cup 2019 Finals between England and New Zealand at Lord's in London.

REVIEW:

England Eoina Morgan faces New Zealand with Lord's Sunday despair to win the World Cup for the first time after four years of hard vaccination.

When England withdrew from the tournament in 2015 after the unpleasant defeat of Bangladesh, they told them years ago as potential champions four years later.

As Captain Morgan said: "If you offered us a place to play in the finals the day after we dropped out of the World Cup 2015, I would laugh at you."

One person who did not laugh was Andrew Strauss, former English director of cricket.

Ready for a newly formed role, Strauss began a renewal that showed that former captain of England named Australian Trevor Bayliss as a coach, giving more emphasis to cricket with a white ball.

The value of this work was revealed when England, now at the top of the one-day international ladder, defeated Australia's eight-time champions in the semi-finals at Edgbaston with such a performance that justified their billing as favorites before the tournament.

Pacemen Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes destroyed the highest ranking, and Adil Rashid, the spinner of the night, began to hunt and the dynamic duo of Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow began to hunt with another soft centenary partnership.

Australian World Cup winner Steve Waugh said England could become one of the biggest teams in one-day international history if they win Sunday.

But the challenge for the host country when looking for the first title in the 44-year history of the World Cup is to take a Sunday opportunity with the Lord, without hindering their "fearless" brand of cricket.

"It's the culmination of four years of hard work and dedication, a lot of planning and it's a great opportunity to go ahead and try to win at the World Cup," said Morgan.

The back-to-back defeat of the group after Sri Lanka and Australia effectively showed that England played knockout cricket before the semi-finals, but they put their campaign back on the right track with impressive victories against India and New Zealand.

"I think this has helped us, because it is actually made more positive and aggressive and a bit smarter than playing it. It was somehow the last chance," Morgan explained.

New Zealand, which never won the World Cup, helped England to change the humiliating approach in Wellington four years ago and can not be underestimated when India saw Virat Kohli in the semi-final.

The finalists who lost the 2015 season behave in a well-balanced attack led by Trent Boult's left-hander, but his stroke highly depends on captain Kane Williamson, who scored 548 matches in the tournament with an average of 91.33 and Ross Taylor .

Williamson said that his party was happy to accept his status as a supporter, recognizing that England deserved to be popular.

"But no matter what dog we are, it's important to focus on the cricket we want to play," he said. "And through the years, we've seen that anyone can beat anyone – no matter what dog breeds."

While some members of the home page were not even born when England made the last of the three losing appearances in the World Cup finals in 1992, Black Caps have experienced their heavy defeat, hosted by Australia at the peak of the 2015 edition in Melbourne to call .

However, there is a feeling that England will never have a better chance.

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