England vs New Zealand: T20 world cup 2022 odds & predictions (1st November 2022)



England will lock horns against New Zealand in today’s t20 world cup match. There is a love-hate relationship between the two teams, especially after the 2019 world cup. The Kiwis are in magnificent form and will look to keep their winning streak going. As for England, it’ll not be an easy encounter.

Here are the match details:

  • Match Date and Time: 1st November 2022, 1:30 PM IST
  • Venue: The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia
  • Tournament: ICC T20 World Cup 2022

England vs New Zealand- Previews and Betting Tips

England are in the danger zone as they find themselves second on the points table, right below the Kiwis. A defeat in today’s t20 world cup match could easily send them tumbling down the order. England have played 3 matches and won just a stand-alone game. On the other hand, the Kiwis are unbeatable with 2 wins and a washout in their three games.

It was a rather disappointing outcome to Australia vs England fixture as the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled. Although the points were equally shared, the teams can’t do much with that. Before this, Sam Curran’s staggering 5/10, earned England their first win of the campaign. However, they followed that with a frustrating defeat against the Irish. This is a must-win game for them and a chance to improve their NRR.

Meanwhile, the Kiwis seem to be on a roll. They started poorly in their previous game against Sri Lanka, struggling at 15/3. Although, what came next was beyond anyone’s imagination. Glenn Phillips walks out and smashes a swashbuckling 64-ball 104 to get the Kiwis to 167/7. In reply, Trent Boult’s 4/13 and a couple of wickets each by spin twin Ish Sodhi & Mitchell Santner get New Zealand a 65-run win. This victory has kept them going strong, securing their top spot.

As per their head-to-head tally, New Zealand has won 3 out of the past 5 matches against England, while the British have just won 1. Considering their red-hot form in addition to this, New Zealand are favourites to win the game. This will be a huge match-up and a great opportunity to enjoy some betting action. We recommend doing your research to be safe and place reliable bets. We also advise three-way and in-game betting. These options provide the best return on investments with exceptional match odds.

Courtesy @telegraph


England have a strong batting line-up that has always worked wonders for them. Their main aim will be to dethrone Kiwis off the top spot. For that, they will be heavily reliant on Dawid Malan who has 314 runs in just 9 games at a batting average of 44.86. Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, and Moeen Ali will also come in very handy with the bat. Although, Sam Curran with the ball has been in sublime form. In the past 18 games, the speedster has had 18 scalps. He will be accompanied by Mark Wood who has a whopping 14 wickets in just 6 games. If anyone can win it for England, it’s them.

Squad: Jos Buttler(C)(wk), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Moeen Ali, Mark Wood, Sam Curran, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Liam Livingstone, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid

New Zealand

The Kiwis are undefeated and would want to keep it that way. A win here will almost assure their semi-final berth. In this tournament, every Kiwi batter has got New Zealand on top of things whenever the situation went south. They will be expecting a lot from Glenn Phillips, whose recent 104-run knock got his tally to 380 runs in 10 games at 47.50. Alongside him will be the fierce southpaw Devon Conway, who has 432 runs, averaging 61.71. 

Despite the low totals, the Kiwi bowlers have always been the backbone of the squad. Tim Southee and Mitchell Santner have been consistently among wickets. Southee has 15 scalps to his name in 10 games while Santner has 13 wickets in just 6 games. Trent Boult, who was impressed with his 4/13 recently, will come in handy in the clash. 

Squad: Kane Williamson(C), Martin Guptill, James Neesham, Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson

Also, Read >> T20 Cricket World Cup Predictor

Pitch and weather Conditions

A partly cloudy day is expected ahead of matchday at the Gabba. The temperatures will fluctuate between 26 and 29 degrees. There are no chances of precipitation during match hours, although mild humidity plays its part at 60%. It will be windy with a speed of around 26 km/h. 

Meanwhile, the pitch at Gabba is renowned for being a fast and bouncy track. It has help on offer for both, batsmen and bowlers. Pacers have been very successful on this venue with help from the surface. The ball comes onto the bat quite nicely, allowing batsmen to play their shots and receive completed value for them. With the average first innings score being 165, captains always choose to bat first after winning the toss.

England vs New Zealand: Betting Tips

Betting Tips Betting Odds Operator Links
Toss Prediction England to win 1.90 Bet on Parimatch
Man of the Match Jos Buttler 8.00 Try Dafabet today
Match Winner England 1.58 Check Odds on Crickex