New Zealand vs England 3rd ODI Highlights – Mar 3, 2018,ENG v NZ highlights today – Third one day international from Westpac Stadium, Wellington (New Zealand) Saturday 3rd March 2018. The first healthy New Zealand gained by way of 3 wickets (with 4 balls remaining) and second fit England received with the aid of 6 wickets (with seventy three balls remaining). Westpac Stadium, Wellington venue file of 393/6 scored via the domestic crew against West Indies in 2015. The home group best possible whole in opposition to England is 244/8 scored 2002 and England easiest complete of this floor is 309/6 scored in opposition to Sri Lanka in 2015 and against the home crew it was 130 all out in 2002.
New Zealand team/playing XI
1 Martin Guptill, 2 Colin Munro, 3 Kane Williamson (capt), 4 Mark Chapman, 5 Tom Latham (wk), 6 Henry Nicholls, 7 Colin de Grandhomme, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Lockie Ferguson, 11 Trent Boult.
England team/playing XI
1 Jason Roy, 2 Jonny Bairstow, 3 Joe Root, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Ben Stokes, 6 Jos Buttler (wk), 7 Moeen Ali, 8 Chris Woakes, 9 Adil Rashid, 10 Tom Curran, 11 David Willey.
Match Timings: 14.00 start, First Session 14.00-17.30 Interval 17.30-18.15, Second Session 18.15-21.45
Umpires – Shaun Haig, Rod Tucker
TV Umpires – Ruchira Palliyaguruge
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Wayne Knights
Match number – ODI no. 3982
England tour of New Zealand 3rd ODI (D/N) Highlights
“It appeared a terrible wicket, visually, however it played surely well,” was Joe Root’s evaluation of the T20 floor a couple of weeks ago, a healthy he watched from afar as he rested. The Westpac pitch was under strain heading into the sport after a terrible surface for the Pakistan T20 but it defied predictions to play well. Last year’s ODI floor towards South Africa used to be some other iffy one, however, and how this one goes over 100 overs will be interesting. It will be 0.33 fresh strip used at the floor this season. The forecast is for a pleasant day.
Jonny Bairstow went over on his ankle at Mount Maunganui – tripping on his own water bottle – but is match to play. Mark Wood is also available and ought to be an choice to Willey or Tom Curran although England may also not change a triumphing team. Williamson got here via a lengthy internet to prove his health after the hamstring stress he picked up in Hamilton. The stability of New Zealand’s attack will be the other question – whether or not to preserve the pace of Lockie Ferguson or deliver in a 2d spinner, either Ish Sodhi or Todd Astle.