The 5th T20I of the England tour of New Zealand, 2019 will see the clash between New Zealand and England at the Eden Park, Auckland on November 10. Keep reading to find out New Zealand vs England 5th T20I Match Prediction.
The twists and turns of the series continued as England came back to win the 4th game handsomely to draw level. The 5-match series is now tied at 2-2 which makes for a perfect finale in the 5th T20I. Before the start of the series, it was expected that the competition would be intense and the two world-class teams have produced just that. The Auckland game promises to be a mouth-watering contest which would decide the fate of the series.
In the last game, England stamped their authority by amassing 241/3 batting first after they lost the toss. Dawid Malan scored a stupendous century while the skipper Eoin Morgan slammed 91. New Zealand, despite a fiery show in the second innings, fell short by 76 runs. It’s beautifully set up at the moment and both the teams would battle hard to take the ultimate honors.
Here is our NZ vs ENG 5th T20I Prediction
Case 1: If New Zealand bats first
First Innings score prediction: New Zealand will score 180-190
Result prediction: New Zealand will win the match by 5-15 runs
Case 2: If England bats first
First Innings score prediction: England will score 190-200
Result prediction: England will win the match by 10-20 runs
NZ vs ENG Predicted XIs
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England Predicted XI:
NZ vs ENG head to head in T20Is
NZ vs ENG Total Matches: 20
New Zealand Won: 7
England Won: 12
No Result: 1
NZ vs ENG Match Prediction: The team batting first has won 3 out of 4 games in the series so far. We have witnessed that runs on the board matter a lot and chasing has been difficult. So, the advantage would reside with the team making first use of the surface.
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