ENG vs NZ Live Cricket Score, England vs New Zealand 1st T20I Scorecard

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1st T20I, Chester-le-Street, August 30, 2023, 10:30 PM


England beat New Zealand by 7 wickets

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Man of the Match
Brydon Carse
Right then, that's all from the first T20I. England emerged victorious in a convincing fashion and will look to make it 2-0 while New Zealand will be aiming to draw level in the series. The action now shifts to Old Trafford in Manchester, where the 2nd T20I of the series will take place on September 1. The first ball will be bowled at 10.30 pm IST (5.00 pm GMT). As always, you can join us early for the build-up. Until then, take care and goodbye!
Jos Buttler, the captain of England, says that they tried to pick as many wickets as they could and stick to their playing style. Adds that they have got a fantastic start. He says that it was an all round performance from the team and he is happy with the win.
New Zealand's skipper Tim Southee says that it was not a good effort from them and they needed to do well. He adds that they failed to access the conditions. He says that Glenn Phillips has been phenomenal, especially in sticky situations. Ends by saying that they will look to bounce back and win their following game.
Brydon Carse is the Player of the Match on his T20I debut. His brilliant bowling figures of 3 for 23 from his four overs paved the way for an England win. He says it is a great start to his career and he is happy to put up a performance in from of the home crowd. He adds that he kept it simple and his efforts paid off. Reckons that he has his friends here and ends by saying that performing well is a special feeling.
Time for the presentation ceremony...
Earlier in the game, after Jos Buttler won the toss and inserted New Zealand into bat, Finn Allen got off the blocks quickly with three sixes in the very first over. At that stage, it looked like we were in for a high-scoring contest but it all fell apart for New Zealand post Devon Conway's departure. The visitors kept losing wickets at regular intervals and simply failed to string any partnerships together. Glenn Phillips's 41 gave the Kiwi bowlers something to bowl at. For England, debutant Brydon Carse stood out with three wickets while Luke Wood accounted for three wickets as well but was on the expensive side.
With not a big total to defend, as he has done so often, Tim Southee provided New Zealand with an early breakthrough. However, the rest of the bowlers were unable to capitalise on that early scalp, allowing England to release the pressure. Introduced after the Powerplay, Ish Sodhi accounted for Will Jacks and gave New Zealand a slither of hope. It wasn't to be, as Dawid Malan and Harry Brook took the game by the scruff of the neck and started to run away with it. Lockie Ferguson did manage to see the back of Malan, but it was nothing but a consolation, as the damage had already been done.
England have absolutely steamrolled their way to victory! With this statement win, they have drawn first blood in the four-match T20I series. In their pursuit of 140, England were rocked early as they lost Jonny Bairstow in the first over. This early blow did not deter Will Jacks and Dawid Malan, as both kept going for their shots and ensured that England stayed ahead of the required run rate. Coming in at number 4, Harry Brook continued where he left off in The Hundred and carried forward the momentum alongside Malan. The southpaw departed shortly after reaching fifty, but not before putting England in a commanding position. Towards the end, Liam Livingstone provided the finishing touches and took England over the line with 6 overs to spare.
In over# 14
Adam Milne 30/0(3)
SIX! Liam Livingstone finishes off things in style! Short and on off, Liam Livingstone rocks back and pulls it over deep square leg for a maximum. England beat New Zealand by 7 wickets!
Lands it outside off, Harry Brook pushes it to covers for one.
FOUR MORE! Too full, on off, Harry Brook stays in his crease and lofts it down the ground for yet another boundary. Just four needed now!
FOUR! Fine shot! On a length, angling in, Harry Brook picks it well and hammers it through mid-wicket as the ball finds the fence in a flash.
Good length again, Harry Brook flicks it but finds the fielder at square leg.
On a length and on off, Harry Brook looks to block it but the ball bounces off the deck and bounces from over the stumps. Close!
In over# 13
Lockie Ferguson 34/1(3)
Slower one, on leg, Harry Brook helps it to short fine for one.
Lands it down leg, Harry Brook tickles it to fine leg for a brace. The umpire checks for a possible run out at the batter's end but the replay shows that Harry Brook was well in.
Goes fuller this time, Liam Livingstone pushes it to mid off for one.

ENG vs NZ Match Detail:

Match: England vs New Zealand

Date: 30 August 2023.

Time: 10:00 PM.

League: New Zealand tour of England, 2023

Venue: Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

ENG vs NZ Preview

The first T20I of the three-match series between England and New Zealand will be played at The Oval in London on Wednesday, August 30th.

England are the current world champions in T20 cricket and have been in excellent form in recent months, winning their last 10 T20Is. They have a strong batting line-up led by Jos Buttler, who is the world’s number one T20 batsman, and Liam Livingstone. Their bowling attack is also very good, with Chris Woakes, Tymal Mills, and Adil Rashid all capable of taking wickets.

New Zealand are a very experienced side and have a good balance of batting and bowling. Martin Guptill and Daryl Mitchell are their key batsmen, while Trent Boult and Lockie Ferguson are their leading bowlers. They will be looking to bounce back after losing their last T20I series against India.

The pitch at The Oval is usually good for batting, so both teams will be looking to score big runs. The weather is expected to be dry and sunny, so there should be no rain interruptions.

The match is evenly poised and it is difficult to predict a winner. However, England are the slight favorites, given their recent form and home advantage.

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Pitch Report

The Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street is known to be a batting-friendly wicket. The average first innings score in T20Is at this ground is 163 runs. The pitch is good for stroke-play and the batters can score runs freely if they get their eye in.

However, the pitch does tend to slow down a bit in the second innings, so the bowlers can get some purchase off the surface. The spinners can also be effective in the middle overs.

Here ENG vs NZ Team Squads

England Squad:

Jos Buttler(w/c), Jonny Bairstow, Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Gus Atkinson, Adil Rashid, Brydon Carse, Harry Brook, Luke Wood, Ben Duckett, Will Jacks, Rehan Ahmed

New Zealand Squad:

Finn Allen, Devon Conway(w), Tim Seifert, Mark Chapman, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee(c), Matt Henry, Ish Sodhi, Kyle Jamieson, Lockie Ferguson, Adam Milne, Cole McConchie

Frequent Asked Questions For England vs New Zealand 1st T20I 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 1st T20I be played?

Ans. The venue for the 1st T20I International between England and New Zealand is Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street .

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 1st T20I start?

Ans. 10:00 PM.

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

Ans. The England vs New Zealand 1st T20I 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 1st T20I in England?

Ans. The live streaming of the England vs New Zealand 1st T20I will be available on fan code VIP in five languages.

Q. What time does the ENG vs NZ 1st T20I match start?

Ans. The 1st T20I between the England cricket team and the New Zealand cricket team will begin at 10:00 PM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the ENG vs NZ 1st T20I?

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 1st T20I.

Q. Which team makes the highest score in the first 7 overs of the 1st T20I?

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

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