#NZvENG, Rivalry Records, Statistics, Predicted playing XI

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Sports Desk – On Sunday, New Zealand and England will fight for the Cricket World Cup Trophy 2019.

England has never won a Cricket World Cup and they are reached for the first time in the final of the CWC since 1992, in which they lost to Pakistan.

On the other side, New Zealand has also never won a CWC and this will be their second final of the CWC. Last time they reached the final in 2015, in which they are beaten by Australia who has won the most CWC (5 times).

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This time, we will get a new champion as both the teams have never won a CWC. The hosts – England will remain the favourites in the match.

World Cup Records & Live Streaming

New Zealand and England has clashed 8 times in the CWC and in which New Zealand have dominated England.

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Total Match Played: 8

New Zealand won: 5

England won: 3


Rivalry Records

Apart from the World Cup, both the teams have played 90 matches between them since 1973.


Total Match Played: 90

New Zealand won: 43

England won: 41

Tied: 2

No Result: 4

This will be 91st match which has to be played between them. According to the history, New Zealand has dominated England. Both the teams has defeated India in this CWC and India has lost two matches, only by these two.

Predicted XI

New Zealand

  • Kane Williamson – BAT
  • Ross Taylor – BAT
  • Colin Munro – BAT
  • Martin Guptill – BAT
  • James Neesham – ALR
  • Tom Latham – WK
  • Matt Henry – BOW
  • Colin de Grandgome – ALR
  • Loki Ferguson – BOW
  • Trent Bolt – BOW
  • Mitchell Santner – ALR


  • Eoin Morgan – BAT
  • Jonny Bairstow – BAT
  • Joe Root – BAT
  • Jason Roy – BAT
  • Jos Buttler – WK
  • Ben Stokes – ALR
  • Mark Wood – BOW
  • Chris Woakes – ALR
  • Jofra Archer – BOW
  • Liam Plunkett – BOW

Adil Rashid – ALR

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Khushi joined Sports Big News in 2022. She is an avid cricket and football lover who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through her keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, she aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in her writing. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, Khushi seeks to infuse his writing with the same level of precision.