England Vs New Zealand Live Stream


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England Vs New Zealand Live Stream

England Vs New Zealand

Team: England Vs New Zealand

Time: 9 AM, Local

Date: 6th June 2017

Venu: Sophia Gardens

Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the ICC Champions Trophy Group A encounter between pre-tournament favourites England and New Zealand at Cardiff on Tuesday.

England started their campaign in the tournament opener against Bangladesh, comfortably chasing down the target of 305 set by a spirited Bangladesh. Going into the game, England seem to hold the upper hand based on recent form and probable line-ups.

New Zealand, on the other hand, come into the game with just a point, having seen their match against Australia being washed out on Friday. However, they can take heart from their performance against Australia, where they looked comfortably placed for victory against their neighbours.

With the game between Australia and Bangladesh also being washed out, today’s game has become much more important for both the teams.

Stay tuned for live scores and updates on this do-or-die encounter between England and New Zealand.



Preview: New Zealand will look to revive their Champions Trophy campaign by beating England in Cardiff on Tuesday after a frustrating start to the one-day international tournament.

Kane Williamson, the New Zealand captain, lived up to his billing as one of the world’s best batsmen with a superb hundred in their Group A opener against Australia at Edgbaston on Friday.

New Zealand’s Kane Williamson after reaching his century against Australia.Reuters New Zealand’s Kane Williamson after reaching his century against Australia. Reuters
A late collapse meant New Zealand’s total of 291 was less than it might have been but, even so, Australia had slumped to 53 for three before rain ended the match before the 20 overs required in the second innings to constitute a result had been bowled.

The upshot was that Australia and New Zealand received just a point apiece, while England took two after defeating Bangladesh by eight wickets in their opener at the Oval.

Tuesday’s match is now all the more important to New Zealand’s bid to get out of the four-strong group and reach the semi-finals of a tournament featuring the world’s top eight ODI teams.

But New Zealand opener Martin Guptill said the side would draw strength from their showing against Australia — the team that beat them in the 2015 World Cup final.

“Absolutely,” Guptill told reporters in Cardiff on Monday.

“We did some very good things in that last game, and it was unfortunate the rain came when it did.”

New Zealand’s aggressive approach to white-ball cricket has had a huge influence on England.

Guptill was involved when New Zealand hammered England by eight wickets in a World Cup group match two years ago.

But he said Eoin Morgan’s men were now a much improved one-day outfit.

“It’s very much a new-look England side over the last couple of years, and it’s worked very well for them,” said Guptill.

“We play our way, and they play their way, which is a similar brand, and it works for both