England vs New Zealand Betting Tips and Score Prediction
The majestic, state of the art and historically significant Edgbaston Cricket Ground located in Birmingham, Warwickshire, will play host to a fascinating game between the home team England and the visiting side New Zealand in the second Test match of the bilateral series being played between the two countries from 10 June 2021, Thursday to 14 June 2021, Monday. The two countries are very well matched with each other, and we are sure that New Zealand's batting matches up to England's bowling.
We expect the visiting side of New Zealand to win this match against their opponents, England. This can be a very close encounter between the two countries, but we believe that the visiting side will be able to pull off a significant result here on Thursday in the end. The result can only be in doubt if the infamous weather in England decides to play truant.
Wicketkeeper Ben Foakes will continue to be ruled out with a hamstring injury, which means that James Bracey from Gloucestershire will keep on donning the big gloves against New Zealand in this game as well. Ollie Robinson, who made a good debut against the visiting side in the first Test, may also retain his spot in the starting eleven.
England Team News
New Zealand, who handed out a Test cap to opener Devon Conway, and who responded in style with a classy double-century at Lord's, will most probably go with the same eleven unless and until fast bowler Trent Boult flies in from New Zealand in time for the final of the ICC World Test Championship competition against India.
New Zealand Team News
England vs New Zealand can be viewed in England on Sky Sports and Sony Ten Six, and other live streaming platforms worldwide.
- Devon Conway, who opens the batting for New Zealand and Tom Latham, became only the 12th opener in history to score a Test century at Lord's on debut and 6th to score a double century on debut.
- England, who have not qualified for the final of the ICC World Test Championship, will look to put up a stellar showing.
- New Zealand will play for the final time before taking on India in the ultimate showdown of the ICC World Test Championship later this month.
New Zealand to win
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