We have opted for a fantasy cricket team based on the recent performances, overall impact, and credit points
Probable XI for New Zealand: Tom Latham, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell (wk), Michael Bracewell, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tim Southee (c), Neil Wagner, Blair Tickner
Playing XI for England: Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Foakes (wk), Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, James Anderson
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
(Based on the last three games)
1st innings average score: 279
2nd innings average score: 304
3rd innings average score: 239
4th innings average score: Only once has a team batted in the fourth innings, chasing a mere 10 runs
Wickets per innings: 9
Type: Good for batting
Batting 1st: 33%
Batting 2nd: 67%
Fantasy Tips of The Day
Ben Stokes has done it all against the Kiwis: 720 runs at 42, 10 wickets, and eight catches in 10 matches.
Tom Blundell enjoys batting against England. In five Tests, he has scored two centuries and three fifties to pile up 556 runs at 69.5.
In eight Tests at home against England, Neil Wagner has taken 36 wickets.
Both centuries at the venue in the last three Tests belong to Henry Nicholls.
Stuart Broad (89) and James Anderson (81) are the leading wicket-takers for England against New Zealand.
Against New Zealand, Ollie Robinson averages a staggering 15.7 with the ball and 48 with the bat.
Harry Brook is having a dream start to his Test career. He has smashed three centuries and three fifties to collect 623 runs at 77.8 in only five matches.
Since his return to the team, Ben Duckett has scored at least a half-century in every match. He has scored 466 runs at 66.5 in four outings.
Joe Root hasn’t scored a century in seven Tests, during which he has only two fifties and five scores below 10.
Kane Williamson averages just 14.5 in the last four Tests against England. In fact, in the last 16 innings, barring the two double-centuries he scored against Pakistan, he has just one fifty.
Seamers took 91% of the wickets in the last three Tests.