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2nd ODI, Southampton, September 10, 2023, 03:30 PM


England beat New Zealand by 79 runs

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Man of the Match
Liam Livingstone
Right then, it was England's day as they were reduced to 55/4 in the first innings but managed to score 227 in 34 overs, thanks to Liam Livingstone's impressive 95, his highest score in an ODI. The bowlers complemented this performance by taking all of New Zealand's wickets in under 30 overs, providing a significant morale boost with the ODI World Cup on the horizon. It's also a valuable lesson for New Zealand, as they will surely take away several insights from this match. We'll see you in the next game being played on the 13th of September, Wednesday starting at 5.00 pm IST (11.30 am GMT), but as you know you can join us early for all the build-up to the game. Until then, goodbye and cheers!
Liam Livingstone is THE PLAYER OF THE MATCH says that it was not a rescue mission as they pride themselves on their depth in batting. Adds that he got used to the conditions and credits Moeen and Curran for their knocks as well. Tells that it has been a frustrating couple months for him as it is a hard role when you have to smack from one ball and it was good to have some time in the middle.  Mentions that he hasn't been in good form recently but this knock gives him confidence and says his hard has finally paid off.
Jos Buttler, the victorious skipper of England at the post-match presentation, says that he is delighted with the win and how they recovered from a difficult position. Adds that it was a really good partnership in the middle and wants them to go hard on the bowlers. Tells that everyone is clear with their roles and the vibe in the dressing room is very positive. Says Liam and Curran have every right to want to bat higher up the order. Ends by saying it was a great start with the ball and they carried it throughout the innings.
Tom Latham, the captain of New Zealand says at the post-match presentation that they let England build key partnerships even after taking four quick wickets. Praises Liam for his knock. Credits his fast bowlers who were fantastic with the new ball especially Boult on his return. Tells that they are focusing on the job in hand and not too far away. Says that they were within the reach of the required rate and if they had wickets in hand, things could have been different.
New Zealand got off to a difficult start, losing a wicket in the very first over. Subsequently, Devon Conway and Will Young initiated a partnership, but both were eventually dismissed by the English players. Daryl Mitchell emerged as the sole New Zealand batter to make a significant impact, contributing 57 runs from 52 balls. Unfortunately, the remaining New Zealand batters were dismissed cheaply by the English bowlers.
On that note, England secured a resounding victory, leveling the series at 1-1. What an exciting game of cricket unfolded! England managed to dismiss New Zealand for a mere 147 runs in just 26.5 overs, securing a commanding 79-run win over the visitors. The English bowlers were in top form right from the beginning of the innings. David Willey set the tone by taking a wicket in the very first over and went on to claim 3 wickets in the match. Reece Topley, coming from an injury, partnering with him with the new ball, also bowled superbly to capture 3 wickets, while Moeen Ali chipped in with 2 crucial wickets in the middle. England's remarkable comeback from being 45/5 in the first innings to secure a victory truly reflects their champion pedigree.
In over# 27
David Willey 34/3(5.5)
OUT! DONE AND DUSTED! David Willey fittingly gets the final wicket as well! David Willey bangs this short once more, on middle, Trent Boult tries to make room and slap it away but fails to get any timing at all as he gets a bit hurried too, and the ball goes in the air towards mid on where Sam Curran makes no mistake. ENGLAND WIN BY 70 RUNS & LEVEL THE SERIES!
Back of a length and on middle, Matt Henry backs away to pull it but it goes off the splice of the bat towards mid on. They cross.
On a length and on middle, Trent Boult clips it towards mid-wicket for a single.
OUT! IN THE AIR AND GONE! Another one bites the dust! Tim Southee tries to go big but holes out instead. David Willey bangs this short again and on middle, Tim Southee goes for the pull shot but fails to get on top of the bounce and does not the required elevation. As a result, the ball travels in the air towards deep mid-wicket where Jonny Bairstow runs forward and pouches it safely. England one wicket away from the win now!
Short of a length and on middle, Matt Henry swats ti towards deep mid-wicket for a single.
In over# 26
Moeen Ali 30/2(5)
FOUR! Good shot! This is flighted, full and around off, Tim Southee comes down the track and carves it wide of mid off for a boundary.
Flighted, full and on middle, Tim Southee works it towards mid-wicket.
Tim Southee is the new man in.
OUT! TAKEN! Moeen Ali strikes twice here! This is flatter full and around off, turns away a bit, Mitchell Santner skips down the track to slog it across the line but the turn away takes the top edge of the bat as the ball loops up in the air towards backward point where Jonny Bairstow takes a comfortable catch. England two wickets away from the win now!
Flighted, full and on off, Matt Henry drives it mid off for a single.

ENG vs NZ Match Detail:

Match: England vs New Zealand

Date: 10 September 2023.

Time: 3:00 PM.

League: New Zealand tour of England, 2023

Venue: The Rose Bowl, Southampton

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The second ODI between England and New Zealand will be played on Sunday, September 10 at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. New Zealand won the first ODI by 8 wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

England will be looking to bounce back in the second ODI and level the series. They will need to improve their batting, which was their undoing in the first game. Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy and Jos Buttler all got starts but failed to convert them into big scores. England will also need to find a way to stop Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell, who were in great form in the first ODI.

New Zealand will be confident of continuing their winning run in the second ODI. They have a well-balanced side with a strong batting line-up and a good bowling attack. Lockie Ferguson and Trent Boult will be the key bowlers for New Zealand, while Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson will be the key batsmen.

The weather is expected to be good for cricket on Sunday, with sunny skies and a temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. The pitch at The Rose Bowl is usually a good one for batting, so we can expect another high-scoring match.

The Rose Bowl, Southampton Pitch Report

The Rose Bowl is a good batting pitch, with plenty of runs on offer for the batsmen. The average first-innings score here is 242 and it further slips to 212 in the second innings. The pitch is known to favor pace bowlers more than spinners, and the early morning dew can also make it difficult for spinners to grip the ball.

However, the pitch does tend to slow down as the game progresses, and spinners can come into play in the later stages of the innings. The outfield at The Rose Bowl is also very fast, which means that even mis-timed shots can travel a long way.

Here ENG vs NZ Team Squads

England Squad:

Harry Brook, Dawid Malan, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w/c), Liam Livingstone, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Gus Atkinson, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Mark Wood, Brydon Carse

New Zealand Squad:

Devon Conway, Will Young, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham(w/c), Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Mitchell Santner, Trent Boult, Ben Lister, Finn Allen

Frequent Asked Questions For England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI Live Scorecard?

Q. Which team will play today’s match?

Ans. England and New Zealand will play today.

Q. Where will today’s ENG vs NZ 2nd ODI be played?

Ans. The venue for the 2nd ODI International between England and New Zealand is The Rose Bowl, Southampton.

Q. Where can I watch live or stream the match?

Ans. Fan code will be showing the Today match between England and New Zealand live on Channel.

Q. What time does the ENG vs NZ 2nd ODI start?

Ans. 3:00 PM.

Q. Which TV channels will telecast the ENG vs NZ cricket match live in England?

Ans. The England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI will be telecast live on Fan code with English commentary, while Fan code Hindi will telecast it live in the Hindi language.

Q. How to live to stream the England v New Zealand 2nd ODI in England?

Ans. The live streaming of the England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI will be available on fan code VIP in five languages.

Q. What time does the ENG vs NZ 2nd ODI match start?

Ans. The 2nd ODI between the England cricket team and the New Zealand cricket team will begin at 3:00 PM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the ENG vs NZ 2nd ODI?

Ans. England will hit more sixes in this match.

Q. What is our toss prediction of the England vs New Zealand Match?

Ans. New Zealand is our toss winner.

Q. How many sixes will be hit in today’s ENG vs NZ match?

Ans. 7+ Sixes will be hit in the 2nd ODI.

Q. Which team makes the highest score in the first 7 overs of the 2nd ODI?

Ans. England will make the highest score in the first 7 overs.

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