England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test, Day 3 Match Analysis
As we all know that this game is going to be super awesome in terms of winning, Both the teams are super talented and played well in previous matches.
Let’s check more information about the exciting match which is going to happen on 26th of February this year, 2023.
England vs New Zealand
Time – Start at 03:30 AM (IST)
Date – 26 February 2023, Sunday
Venue – Basin Reserve, Wellington
Series – England tour of New Zealand, 2023
Pitch Report and Details
Although the Wellington pitch has been a good one for batting, pacers will always be able to take advantage of it. The optimal strategy for teams should be to bat first and score runs.
On February 26 at the Basin Reserve, Wellington, England will face New Zealand in the 2nd Test, Day 3 match of the England tour of New Zealand, 2023, on Sunday. The match begins at 03:30 AM IST.
With a devastating opening spell, James Anderson solidified his ascent to the top spot in the world Test bowling rankings as England seized total control of the second Test against New Zealand on Saturday.
As England declared their first innings at 435-8, rain forced an early finish to day two in Wellington, and veteran seamer Anderson snared 3-37, sending the Black Caps tumbling to 138-7.
END vs NZ, Match Possible Playing XI
Ben Duckett, Zak Crawley, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Foakes (wk), Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, James Anderson
Tom Latham, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell (wk), Michael Bracewell, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tim Southee (c), Neil Wagner, Blair Tickner
Chances of winning
Win bat first: 50%
Win bowl first: 40%
1st Innings- 431 + runs
2nd innings- 332 + runs
However, England are favourites to win. Whereas New Zealand are fully prepared for the win.
Possible toss winner - New Zealand
Possible match winner - England
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