New Zealand vs England Betting Tips & Prediction – 4th T20I

Prateik K
By: Prateik K
Prediction New Zealand vs England

Betting Tips for New Zealand vs England

ENG won by 76 runs

Winner Odds

New Zealand – 1.67 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.167 if New Zealand wins) BET NOW
England – 2.20 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.220 if England win) BET NOW

More Odds & Betting Tips

  • Martin Guptill and Colin Munro share odds of 3.50 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.350) to be the team top batsman while they haven’t been top batsman for New Zealand yet. BET NOW
  • Whereas, middle-order batsmen Colin de Grandhomme and Ross Taylor have been top team batsmen in the 3rd and 1st T20i respectively. They have odds of 7 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.700) and 4.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.450) respectively. BET NOW
  • Jonny Bairstow was out of the playing XI in the 3rd T20I and was replaced by Tom Banton. These two batsmen lead the points table with odds of 4 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.400) and 4.32 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.432) in the top batsman market for England. BET NOW
  • Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson share odds of 4.32 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.432) to be top team bowler for New Zealand. While Adil Rashid and Patrick Brown share the same odds to be the top team bowler for England. BET NOW

NZ vs ENG Match Odds by 22Bet & Betway


Squad Comparison

New Zealand

After their failure to put a good total on the board in the first match, the Blackcaps bounced back with totals of 176 and 180 in the 2nd and 3rd match batting first. While Colin Munro hasn’t fired up the top in the last couple of games, Martin Guptill has been in good touch with scores of 33 and 41. Colin de Grandhomme was out for 28 off 12 balls in the 2nd match where he looked in great touch hitting 3 sixes and a four. He followed it up with a fifty in the next match scoring 55 off 35 balls with 5 fours and 3 sixes in his inning. While Ross Taylor hasn’t scored a big inning recently, he’s been consistent with scores of 27 and 28 in the last 2 games.

New Zealand’s strength now seems their middle-order with the likes of Colin de Grandhomme, Ross Taylor, and James Neesham. These three are great finishers of the game and have the hitting ability to pace the innings as the situation demands. After picking up 6 wickets in 2 matches, Mitchell Santner turned out to be expensive in the 3rd match going for 41 runs in 4 overs. Blair Tickner replaced Daryl Mitchell and picked up 2 for 25 defending a total of 180 runs. While Lockie Ferguson had the same figures, Tim Southee was wicketless for 28 runs in 4 overs. New Zealand’s experiment with James Neesham with the ball hasn’t yielded good results so far.


England’s performance has gone downhill after their win in the 1st T20I of the series. The bowling performance in the last match was on the cards and sooner or later was bound to happen. With both Pat Brown and Mat Parkinson in the side along wit Saqib Mahmood, England had an uphill task at their hands. While the debutant Parkinson bowled 2 overs for 14 runs and picked up a wicket, Brown and Mahmood bowled at 8.5 and 12.25 r.p.o bagging 1 wicket each.

While Tom Curran was back in the playing XI, he became the top team bowler with figures of 2 for 29. Tom Curran replacing Chris Jordan wasn’t an ideal choice and rather Morgan could have replaced Saqib Mahmood with Tom Curran. While England had a weak bowling attack going into the 3rd match, their batting as discussed before, depended on the top 3. Tom Banton replaced Jonny Bairstow and was out for 18 off 10 balls. While James Vince (49) and Dawid Malan (55) gave England a fighting chance, the middle order collapsed as England lost by 14 runs.

Our Prediction for New Zealand vs England

New Zealand is favorite to win the match

The difference between the winning and losing side is clearly the strength in the middle and lower order along with the consistency in the lead bowlers. While New Zealand’s replacements Neesham and Blair Tickner performed well, England’s combinations have failed. The top betting sites in India have New Zealand as a favorite with even lower odds than before.

After the two consecutive wins and Guptill’s consistency at the top followed by Colin de Grandhomme’s upward graph with the bat, the bookmakers’ confidence in New Zealand seems to have gone up.