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england vs new zealand cricket betting tipsEngland vs New Zealand 1st Test Betting Tips, Predictions, Odds

  England are set for a busy year and their summer starts on Wednesday when they host New Zealand at Lord’s in the first of two Tests.

  The Three Lions are also set to face Sri Lanka, Pakistan and India as well in a packed schedule, before the small matters of the T20 World Cup and Ashes series against Australia later in the year.

  New Zealand of course will be using their battle with England as preparation for the World Test Championship final against India, which takes place almost immediately after the second Test at Edgbaston later this month.

  England had enjoyed a good run of Test series results, winning in South Africa before enjoying back-to-back successes over West Indies and Pakistan last summer, while they started off this year with a convincing 2-0 victory over Sri Lanka.

  Of course, things didn’t run quite as smoothly in India, despite winning the first Test, but back on home turf, the Three Lions have been installed as 5/6 favourites to open this series with a win.

  New Zealand have not played as much Test cricket as England recently and being away from home, they are priced at 7/2 to open the two-Test series with a win, while the draw is on offer at 17/4.

  England are far from full strength, having taken the decision to rest the likes of Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Sam Curran, Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow in the first place.

  Injuries to Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer may be more keenly felt, although they may have been rested anyway, but Ben Foakes has also been ruled out, having torn his hamstring, and his wait for a first Test on home soil goes on.

  New Zealand are gearing up for the World Test Championship final against India so will be taking this assignment seriously, although squad rotation might come into play for the second Test.

  The Black Caps have enjoyed the upper hand over England in recent meetings, having won the last two Test series – both in New Zealand – while they earned a 1-1 draw the last time they played in English conditions in 2015.

  That represents as good a run as any for the tourists as they have only ever won five Test series against the Three Lions with the most recent of two victories on these shores coming way back in 1999.

  New Zealand to win – BET NOW

   England remain in a state of flux, particularly considering the batting line-up – it is far from secure, only captain Joe Root is certain of a place and they have largely underperformed for a long period of time.

  New Zealand may not have played as much five-day cricket as their hosts of late but they enjoyed dominant victories over Pakistan and West Indies – two sides that gave England a game last summer – in their last two Test series, with three of the four Tests won by an innings.

  They have been performing well enough over a sustained period of time to have qualified for the World Test Championship final, and they will be as comfortable as anyone in the conditions they will face.

  Henry Nicholls – Top New Zealand Batsman – BET NOW

   Kane Williamson is a standout selection in this market, having scored two doubles and a single hundred in his last four innings, but that is reflected in his 2/1 price.

  Nicholls offers a little bit more value at 5/1 and will come into this match as a man also in form, not quite as prolific as his captain, but in good nick nonetheless.

  The 29-year-old has notched up scores of 174, 56, 11 and 157 in his last four innings and his middle-order slot will protect him from the swinging new-ball perhaps more than others. At the prices, he is worth a chance.

  1. New Zealand to win – BET NOW

  2. Henry Nicholls – Top New Zealand Batsman – BET NOW

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england vs new zealand cricket betting tipsEngland vs New Zealand Predictions & Free Betting Tips (11/20/22)

  Prediction published on 17/11/2022, 11:28
 by Indran

  England plays host to New Zealand at Twickenham for this Autumn Internationals. The home side bounced back from their defeat to Argentina with a crushing 52-13 win over Japan while the visitors had an excellent come from behind win over Scotland in their last match. England will be hoping to continue with the form they showed last week although they will never be give the space or time afforded to them by the Japanese. The home team will need to match the physicality of the All Blacks if they are to have any chance of winning the match. England will have fond memories of their last meeting with New Zealand as they beat them 19-7 in the World Cup semi-final. Players like Manu Tuilagi and Maro Itoje will need to repeat their performance from that day if England are to gain successive wins over the All Blacks for the first time.

  New Zealand have a score to settle with the English after they were dumped out of the last World Cup by Eddie Jones men. The visitors will be hoping for a better start than in the last match where they needed an incredible comeback in the last quarter to win the match. The return of Richie Mounga and Aaron Smith to the starting team will provide them with the attacking fluency which was missing for long periods in the last match. After a patchy start to the year in which they lost at home for the first time to both Ireland and Argentina they are looking more like the All Blacks of old.

england vs new zealand cricket betting tipsEngland vs New Zealand – 1st Test Match Preview & Prediction


  It’s a testament as to the state of Test match cricket in England right now that Lord’s is not sold out across all five days of what is always such a special occasion, the first Test of an English summer at the Home of Cricket. The anger among England cricket fans at those within power regarding the marginalisation of the red ball game within the country has been justified, but new managing director of England cricket Rob Key has already taken positive steps to rectify this. His first job was naming Ben Stokes as the new England Test captain, replacing Joe Root following his resignation after defeat in the West Indies and this was followed up by the recall of both Anderson and Broad to the Test squad. A rigorous recruitment process saw Brendon McCullum named head coach of the Test team and his first assignment will be to overcome his fellow countrymen. However, New Zealand have had their own problems going into this first Test. Captain and batting lynchpin Kane Williamson is in arguably the worst form of his career and his side are coming off the back of a shock defeat against a County Select XI in a four-day warm up match at Chelmsford.

  This match will likely be determined by England’s top order batting performance and specifically whether the likes of Zak Crawley and Ollie Pope can garner significant scores, with the former under pressure following a poor start to the County Championship for Kent and the latter set to bat at three for the first time in his career. The likes of Anderson and Broad should find success against New Zealand’s batters at Lord’s, a ground which has been good to both over the years and it’s whether the hosts can back up the performance of their bowlers. Ultimately, all three results are very much possible in what is a very tough match in which to predict a result, especially with rain forecast across the whole of Day 4. What is expected however, is Joe Root to continue his unrelenting penchant for runs in an England shirt. Against the Black Caps, back Root to accrue over 81.5 runs across this first Test.

england vs new zealand cricket betting tipsEngland Women vs New Zealand Women betting tips, cricket odds, and predictions for Commonwealth Games 2022

  England Women face New Zealand Women in Group B of the T20 women’s cricket tournament at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Thursday, August 4, at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham from 10:30 PM Indian Standard Time (IST).  

   The England women’s cricket team beat South Africa Women by 26 runs in their previous game. The hosts posted 167 for 5 in their first innings thanks to Alice Capsey’s 50 off 37 balls and Katherine Brunt’s unbeaten 38 runs. Nat Sciver, Sophie Ecclestone, and Brunt picked one wicket a piece to restrict the Proteas to 141/4.

  The New Zealand women’s cricket team beat Sri Lanka Women by 45 runs in their previous match in the tournament. The Kiwis scored 147 for 7 in their first innings thanks to a 32-ball 34 by Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine’s 24 of 23 balls. Sri Lanka could only manage 102/8 in their 20 overs as Hayley Jensen’s three wickets derailed the Lankan chase.

  England and New Zealand have won both their matches so far in the CWG 2022 and have already qualified for the next round.

  1xBET odds: England Women: 1.40, New Zealand Women: 2.625

  4RABET odds: England Women: 1.45, New Zealand Women: 2.78

  Betwinner odds: England Women: 1.40, New Zealand Women: 2.625

  10CRIC odds: England Women: 1.38, New Zealand Women: 2.53

  Betway odds: England Women: 1.40, New Zealand Women: 2.62

  Note: Odds are subject to change. Please visit betting sites to check and confirm the latest odds.

  England have won 22 while New Zealand have won six out of their 28 matches in the shortest format.

  England beat New Zealand 2-1 in their previous T20I series in 2021.

  England Women: Nat Sciver (captain), Danni Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Alice Capsey, Amy Jones (wicket-keeper), Maia Bouchier, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Kemp, Kate Cross, Katherine Brunt, Issy Wong.

  New Zealand Women: Sophie Devine (captain), Suzie Bates, Amelia Kerr, Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Georgia Ellen Plimmer, Izzy Gaze (wicket-keeper), Hayley Jensen, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu, Fran Jones.

  England Women: Danni Wyatt will be the player to watch out for from the English side. The 31-year-old has scored 2,067 runs in the shortest format at a strike rate of 124.44. Wyatt has also picked 46 wickets at an economy of 5.65.

  New Zealand Women: Sophie Devine will be the top pick from the Kiwis. The 32-year-old batter has scored 2,664 runs at an average of 29.93 in WT20Is. Devine has also picked 101 wickets in 104 matches with the ball.

  England will go into the game as favourites. The hosts have a better head-to-head record against the Kiwis and also beat them in a bilateral series last year.

  New Zealand have historically struggled against England in the shortest format but have been performing well in the CWG 2022. The White Ferns are very much the most balanced side in the tournament.

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