ENG vs NZ: Who will Win Today’s Cricket Match Astrology – England will face New Zealand in the 4th T20 game of the series on Friday. England started the series by winning the first game but New Zealand won the next 2 games of the series. Here are our predictions according to the astrology of both sides:
A team is led by its captain and he is the person who writes the fortunes of his team.
Name: Eoin Morgan
Birth Date: 10th September 1986
Moon Sign: Scorpion
Sun Sign: Virgo
New Zealand Captain:
Name: Tim Southee
Birth Date: 11th December 1988
Sun Sign: Sagittarius
Moon Sign: Sagittarius
The Third House:
The third house of both players according to their Kundli is empty. It is a house which affects the communication of the captains with their players and it is going to be neutral for both of them.
The Sixth House:
While the sixth house of Tim Southee is empty, Ketu is resting in Eoin Morgan’s 6th house. The sixth house position of Ketu is not considered favourable in Vedic Astrology for the native. This placement of Ketu causes a lot of obstructions and obstacles in life. Eoin Morgan could face difficulty in taking control of the game.
Mars is resting in the 12th house of Tim Southee which could be a little unfortunate towards the native. It can affect the native negatively in crunch situations.
Mars is resting in the 9th house of Eoin Morgan which could temp Eoin Morgan to take risks. Those risks sometimes can pay rich dividends while sometimes it can backfire.
Tim Southee has Mercury in the 9th house which is a favourable thing. Eoin Morgan, on the other hand, have Mercury in the 5th which also is a highly-favourable for the native and it will help Eoin Morgan in taking the charge on the field.
While Eoin Morgan’s stars are helping him to take up but Ketu in his 6th house could obstacles in his path. Meanwhile, Tim Southee has his stars in a favourable position.
According to our study, if not for the unlucky moments, New Zealand is likely to win this game. However, If Eoin Morgan’s out of the box risk paid off then England may trump the New Zealand (only if).