England simply have to win – and win well – against New Zealand in Hamilton on Sunday if they are to reach the final of the Trans-Tasman T20 series.
Having lost all three games so far, the Three Lions have to be thankful to Australia for keeping their hopes alive by chasing down a record score against the Black Caps earlier in the week.
Now all eyes are on Seddon Park where the hosts have won six of the previous seven T20 internationals played at the venue.
Opener Martin Guptill, who blasted a superb century against the Aussies to become the leading runscorer in T20 international cricket, has plenty of previous in Hamilton and at 3/1 to be top team batsman still offers some value.
His previous knocks in T20 internationals at the ground are 44, 47, 47 and 87 not out. His Test-best 189 against Bangladesh also came at Seddon Park.
He and Colin Munro at the top of the order will be crucial to New Zealand’s hopes of eliminating England, with the latter also 3/1 to be top team batsman.
With the ball, the Black Caps are likely to come under fire, with England knowing they have to reverse a negative run-rate to progress and, with that in mind, the leg-spin of Ish Sodhi may come to the fore.
England’s seamers have struggled to make their mark in the series to date but David Willey has chipped in at times and, at 7/2 to be top team bowler, he has some merit.
With the bat, a unit which worked so well in the recent ODIs has failed to fire, with only Dawid Malan impressing in making two half-centuries in three innings.
As always in T20 cricket it will come down to one good performance to change the game, with Australia watching on contentedly after sailing through to the tournament finale already.
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