Great Britain will face New Zealand in the upcoming match of the FIH Pro League which is in its final stage. The England men hockey team has struggled a lot, watching many ups and downs in the series, but they couldn't fix a spot in the final four, which eventually would have lead to the Grand Final. Britain needs to win this game by a major edge so as to make it to the finals. New Zealand, then again, is yet to verify a success in the competition and they are mulling at the base with 4 draws and a triumphant level of 10.26 percent.
In spite of the fact that it is relied upon to be an unbalanced undertaking when both the groups meet, New Zealand may play a spoilsport for Great Britain and upset their way to the finals. Discussing their no holds barred record, both the groups have met twice since 2013 where while Great Britain has won one, one match has finished with a draw.
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Great Britain Men Hockey squad:
David Ames, Brendan Creed, Adam Dixon, Alan Forsyth, James Gall, Harry Gibson, Chris Grassick, Chris Griffiths, Mikey Hoare, Ashley Jackson, Harry Martin, George Pinner, Phil Roper, Ian Sloan, Rhys Smith, Tom Sorsby, Zach Wallace, Jack Waller
Jacob Smith, Nic Woods, Cory Bennett, Sam Lane, Dane Lett, Nick Ross, George Enersen, Stephen Jennes, Hayden Phillips, Hugo Inglis, Jarred Panchia, Kane Russell, Marcus Child, Aidan Sarikaya, Arun Panchia, Richard Joyce, Shea McAleese, George Muir, Dominic Newman
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