England Eoin Morgan would be proud of the efforts of his side so far in the tournament. From the low of the 2015 World Cup the side has transformed itself into the best ODI team in the world at the moment. They have set a new template and their batting line-up is envy for most sides in the world. Playing at home and starting as favorites wasn’t easy but the side has lived up to the expectations brilliantly. Their win over Australia in the semi-finals was a statement that the side made ending the run for the defending champions. Having defeated Kiwis in the league stage Morgan would like his side to play positive cricket focusing on their strengths and win a title that has long eluded them. Jason Roy’s performance in the last few games have been brilliant and with Jonny Bairstow being in form they have the most dangerous opening pair in the world and the two would be looking to lay the perfect platform for the side. The middle order is equally impressive with Moran, Joe Root and the in-form Ben Stokes in the side. With the dangerous Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes completing the batting line-up they have great strength in their batting. England’s bowlers have been in great shape and the new ball pair of Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes being in brilliant form at the moment. Stokes and Mark Wood have also bowled well and picked up important wickets. Adil Rashid adds variety to the line-up. Kiwis are likely to find it hard to score against this bowling attack.