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Britain, subsequent to beating unbeaten India by 31 keeps running in their keep going experience, are high on certainty and will eye a semi-last billet when they take on New Zealand in Durham in a World Cup 2019 group stage coordinate on Wednesday. New Zealand, who are one point above England and are sitting in third spot, have endured consecutive mishaps against Pakistan and Australia. Indeed, even an annihilation would not spell the finish of either group’s odds of rising as one of the best four from the 10-group round-robin stage. Were England to lose in Chester-le-Street, Pakistan could jump them into the best four with triumph over Bangladesh. Given that they play each other in their last pool coordinate, just one of Bangladesh – who likewise still need to confront India – or Pakistan can draw level with New Zealand in the occasion the Black Caps lose on Wednesday.

What’s more, with both Asian groups well behind on net run-rate, it would take a major New Zealand shortfall united to an ordering Pakistan triumph or two Bangladesh wins by enormous edges, to deny the 2015 losing finalists a spot in the last four.

Be that as it may, at the present time, England and New Zealand’s World Cup predetermination is in their own hands.

Britain travel toward the upper east floated by a 31-run prevail upon an India side that were already unbeaten.

Sunday’s prosperity against India, the group that as of late supplanted England at the highest point of the one-day worldwide rankings, returned after to-back annihilations by Sri Lanka and ruling bosses Australia had driven numerous savants to scrutinize their competition nerve and nous.

 

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However, the satisfying perspective for England, other than the outcome, was that the destruction of India was based on huge numbers of the components that have been vital to their ODI recovery since a first-round exit at the 2015 World Cup.

Jonny Bairstow (111) and Jason Roy, who made 66 following his arrival from hamstring damage, put on 160 for the main wicket before the in-structure Ben Stokes hit 79, his third progressive fifty, to help the aggregate to 337-7.

Britain, offering to win their first World Cup, at that point kept things tight in the field, with Chris Woakes noteworthy and reviewed paceman Liam Plunkett (3-55) indeed taking wickets through the center overs.

“Winning a game this way, under the weight we were under, can just stand us in great stead, possibly for the New Zealand game and ideally after that,” said Chris Woakes.

“You don’t really play much knockout cricket, so to place ourselves in the warmth of the fight – clearly we’d preferably have qualified at this point – could conceivably support us.”

New Zealand, then again, would attempt to make a strong rebound into the competition. An assault driven by left-arm speedy Trent Boult, who took a cap trap legend against Australia, and highlighting the express pace of Lockie Ferguson is a trying suggestion for any side.

New Zealand could now review another paceman in Matt Henry to the detriment of spinner Ish Sodhi, given the Riverside isn’t famous for turning pitches.

In any case, while a few England batsmen have made hundreds at the World Cup, New Zealand show up hazardously over-dependent on skipper Kane Williamson and individual senior batsman Ross Taylor for runs.

Colin Munro was dropped for the Australia game, while individual opener Martin Guptill has overseen only 85 keeps running from six innings since his 73 not out against Sri Lanka.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Latham is averaging only 8.2 at this competition.

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