ICC World Cup: 2019 NZ vs ENG Dream11 Captain; Williamson, Roy and Root to shine in epic final
Updated on: Jul 28, 2021 11:38 am IST
Just one more match remains in the ICC World Cup 2019 and it is the most important one. New Zealand and hosts England will be eager to lift the trophy for the first time and for it they will expect their star players to deliver the knock out punch.
There are plenty of players to bank on for both sides but for Dream11 Captain watch out for these three stars.
#3. Kane Williamson:
New Zealand’s pillar in the batting department, a lot depends on Williamson’s performance. The Kiwi skipper has scored plenty of runs and importantly has performed whenever mattered .
His calm and composed approach will be a big advantage for him in the biggest match of his life.
Batting average in 2019: 61.20
Total runs in 2019: 918
Bating average against England: 56.05
Total runs against England: 953
Batting average in England: 71.73
Total runs in England: 1363
#2. Joe Root:
Root is in terrific form in this World Cup and is a big match player. He has a solid technique against pace bowling which will help him to face the New Zealand pace artillery.
Batting average in 2019: 53.11
Total runs in 2019: 903
Bating average against New Zealand: 57.81
Total runs against New Zealand: 925
Batting average in England: 50.98
Total runs in England: 3008
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#1. Jason Roy:
Jason Roy’s all out aggression at the top of the order is the key for England’s success in ODI cricket. Roy’s nerveless batting means he can score runs in any situation and against any bowling attack.
He can take the attack to the opposition in no time and has the ability to neutralise the pace of Boult, Henry and Ferguson.
Keep an eye on him as he gears up to play the most important match of his life.
Batting average in 2019: 75.27
Total runs in 2019: 828
Bating average against New Zealand: 25.90
Total runs against New Zealand: 285
Batting average in England: 48.00
Total runs in England: 2112
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