England vs New Zealand 1st Semi-Final T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction. New Zealand’s team will face England on Wednesday 10th November in the T-20 World Cup semifinals 2021 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi. So far in the competition, England has performed admirably in all areas.
Their batting order has been led by Jos Buttler. Jason Roy will be missed at the top, but his replacement, Sam Billings, will be a wonderful match. Both Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone have been outstanding with the bat and the ball. In this match, Chris Woakes has the potential to be the game-changer. New Zealand’s batting hasn’t been spectacular, but they’ve kept the innings under control. At the top, Martin Guptill and Daryl Mitchell will be key players. The important players in the midfield will be Devon Conway and Kane Williamson.
Match: England vs New Zealand
Date – 10th November 2021
Time: 07:30 PM IST
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
The ground in Abu Dhabi may present a number of obstacles for the hitters, therefore the slower bowlers may be useful. Strikers have found methods to score runs in the past, but they must be willing to work hard and play the waiting game before accelerating. Dew is likely to play a significant role, and the captain who wins the toss may choose to bowl first.
Average first innings score: 155 (14 T20Is in Abu Dhabi in T20 World Cup 2021)
Record of Chasing teams: Won – 9, Lost – 5, Tied – 0
Wednesday, November 10th, according to the weather service at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, will be the wettest day of the week, with 0.20mm (0.0 inches) of rain. Patchy rain is expected, with a high of 29 degrees Celsius expected during the day. The temperature is anticipated to drop to 23 °C at night. With little or no precipitation, the weather will be generally dry.
Matches- 21, England – 12, New Zealand– 7, N/R- 1, Tied- 1
Matches- 5, England – 3, New Zealand– 2, N/R- 0, Tied- 0
Eoin Morgan (c), Jos Buttler (wk), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Sam Billings, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood
Kane Williamson (c), Devon Conway (wk), Martin Guptill, Adam Milne, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult, Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner
Trent Boult has been fantastic for New Zealand thus far in the T20 World Cup. The left-hander is the Black Caps’ highest wicket-taker at the moment. In his previous outing, he got three wickets at an economy rate of 4.25. It implies that the speedster has kept a close eye on the run-scoring. The England hitters must approach Boult with care.
This right-hander has made only 26 runs in his last match with a huge strike rate of 173. Anrich Norche, a South African bowler, got him out, and Temba Bavuma took the catch. Buttler was unable to show his magic in his last match, but in this match, there are so many chances for him to regain his form.
In T20I cricket, England has a strong record versus New Zealand. England’s Moeen Ali is a left-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler. In this competition, he has only scored 41 runs while taking seven wickets. He’s capable of working with both departments here. New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, on the other side, hasn’t looked his best at the World Cup. So far, the Black Caps captain has only 126 runs to his name. Despite his poor form, he should do well against England. The absence of Jason Roy might be some good news for New Zealand, but still, we think England has more chances and will win this game.