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| On Jun 9, 2022 11:30 AM IST

ENG Playing 11 for England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test, Player stats for Today’s Dream11 Team Prediction


ENG playing 11: England made a dramatic come back in the first test to win the game after being down and out after the first 3 innings in the test match. The modern day legend Joe Root was magnificent with the bat and helped his team script a famous win in the home of cricket, The Lords. England still have holes to fill in their red ball team but this is an excellent start under their new management and a win that will give them massive confidence to a go long way from here.

England playing 11 team news

  • England are likely to go in with the same team for the 2nd test.
  • There is an outside chance for Harry Brook to play ahead of Ollie Pope in the XI for the second game.
  • Ben Foakes utilized his opportunity fair and square and will continue to be their wicket keeper batsman at #7.
  • Jack Leach is declared fit for this test match.

ENG playing 11

  1. Zak Crawley
  2. Alex Lees
  3. Ollie Pope/Harry Brook
  4. Joe Root
  5. Ben Stokes
  6. Jonny Bairstow
  7. Ben Foakes
  8. Matty Potts
  9. Stuart Broad
  10. James Anderson
  11. Jack Leach

England squad

Ben Stokes, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Stuart Broad, Harry Brook, Zak Crawley, Ben Foakes, Jack Leach, Alex Lees, Craig Overton, Matty Potts, Ollie Pope, Joe Root

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England vs New Zealand Dream11 captain, Vice captain picks from ENG

  • Ben Stokes with his all round contribution qualifies as a very good option for vice captain in grand and small leagues.
Tests vs NZ Runs Average 100s Strike rate
7 531 40 1 56
  • Joe Root is in the league of his own at the moment. He looks unbeatable. He is a straightforward option for captain option in grand and small leagues.

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Tests vs NZ Runs Average 100s
14 1118 44 3

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