New Zealand Playing 11 for WTC Final: New Zealand have some pondering to do in the bowling department ahead of the WTC Final 2021.
Under Kane Williamson, New Zealand would be playing their second final match of an ICC event in England in the last two years. Although no one, especially fans, would mind the final match of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship to be as intriguing as the Cricket World cup 2019 final, the Black Caps would be hoping for a better ending this time round.
New Zealand would be banking on the fact that they most recently defeated England 1-0 in a two-match Test series. The fact that they beat England with an almost second-string side speaks highly about their prowess as a Test squad.
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) June 17, 2021
Having won only six out of their 56 Test matches in England, New Zealand don’t have the best of records in English conditions. However, they would be confident regarding the fact that they have won two out of their last three Tests in England.
New Zealand Playing 11 for WTC Final
Unlike India, New Zealand are yet to announce their Playing XI for the historic final. It appears as of the same will only be announced by Williamson at the toss tomorrow.
Much like India, New Zealand also have pondering to do in the bowling department for they also suffer with the problem of too many. In such a situation, it is obvious that at least one of the players will be hard done by but the same is bound to happen when teams have rich resources.
New Zealand Predicted Playing XI for WTC Final 2021 – 1) Tom Latham 2) Devon Conway 3) Kane Williamson (c) 4) Ross Taylor 5) Henry Nicholls 6) BJ Watling (wk) 7) and 8) Colin de Grandhomme / Kyle Jamieson / Matt Henry / Ajaz Patel 9) Tim Southee 10) Neil Wagner 11) Trent Boult