New Zealand vs England

New Zealand vs England: Overview

New Zealand vs England: It is planned that the New Zealand national cricket team will go to England in June 2022 to compete in three Test matches, all of which will count toward the 2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship. In addition, England will compete against the Netherlands in three One-Day International (ODI) matches in Amstelveen between the second and third Tests of this series.

As a result of the racist treatment that Azeem Rafiq received, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) decided in November 2021 that the Yorkshire County Cricket Club would no longer be allowed to host international matches. This decision was made public in November 2021.

Headingley was at one point considered a potential location for the third test match.

In January 2022, the ECB gave Yorkshire the deadline of spring 2022 to fulfill certain requirements in order to regain their international status for the match.  The suspension was lifted the following month after Yorkshire were successful in regaining their international status in time for the match.

In addition to being a part of the Future Tour Programs (FTP) that were announced by the International Cricket Council in 2009, the New Zealand Tour of England 2022 will be an international bilateral series. Beginning on June 2, 2022, the Bilateral Series of New Zealand Tour of England 2022 will be held in England as the host country. On June 2, 2022, beginning at 11:00 am local time and continuing onwards, the first test match between England and New Zealand will be contested at Lord’s Stadium in London.

The New Zealand Tour of England 2022 Schedule is put up on our website. The fixture for England’s upcoming match against New Zealand in 2022 is already published. 

New Zealand vs England: NZ announces squad for the England tour

Wednesday saw the announcement of New Zealand’s expanded 20-man touring squad, which was created to compensate for the early absence of players who are participating in the Indian Premier League. These players will not be available for New Zealand’s warm-up matches, and the team will be reduced to 15 players in preparation for the first test match, which will begin on June 2 at Lord’s Stadium in England.

Prior to New Zealand’s victory against India in the first-ever World Test Championship final, New Zealand defeated England in their most recent matchup in a Test series played in England last year. New Zealand won the match by a score of 1-0. Thirteen of the fifteen players who competed in that series are still a part of the current squad. Since then, Ross Taylor, a batsman, and B.J. Watling, a wicketkeeper, have both left the sport. This will be the first time for wicketkeeper-batsman Cam Fletcher, off-spin allrounder Michael Bracewell, and pace bowler Blair Tickner to tour with New Zealand. The other members of the group are all experienced international cricket players.

Kane Williamson, the team’s captain, will return to the squad after the conclusion of the upcoming IPL 2022. He participated in the first Test match against India the year before, but an elbow injury has prevented him from playing in any Test matches since then.

Due to the fact that opener Will Young and allrounder Colin de Grandhomme are now competing for their respective county teams in England, it is possible that extra roster adjustments will need to be made before the final squad is revealed.

New Zealand vs England: Match Details

Series: New Zealand tour of England (New Zealand vs England)

Season: 2022

Match Days:  2, 3, 4, 5, 6 June 2022 – Day (5-day match)

Venue: Lord’s, London

New Zealand vs England: Head to head (last 5 matches)

New Zealand vs England

When you take into account the last 5 encounters of both New Zealand and England against each other, there have been three draws dating back to 02 June 2021, 29 Nov 2019, and 30 Mar 2018.

Out of the last 5 encounters, New Zealand has managed to win 2 matches against England whereas the English team has failed to win at least one match against the Kiwis.

New Zealand vs England: Squad

New Zealand

  • Daryl Mitchell
  • Michael Bracewell
  • Tom Blundell
  • Colin de Grandhomme
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Cam Fletcher
  • Kane Williamson (C)
  • Will Young
  • Tom Latham
  • Hamish Rutherford
  • Devon Conway
  • Henry Nicholls
  • Kyle Jamieson
  • Matt Henry
  • Tim Southee
  • Neil Wagner
  • Ajaz Patel
  • Blair Tickner
  • Jacob Duffy
  • Trent Boult


  • Dan Lawrence
  • Ollie Pope
  • James Bracey
  • Ben Foakes
  • Craig Overton
  • James Anderson
  • Stuart Broad
  • Jack Leach
  • Ollie Robinson
  • Dom Sibley
  • Joe Root (C)
  • Rory Burns
  • Zak Crawley
  • Olly Stone
  • Mark Wood

New Zealand vs England: Predictions

Weather Prediction: The average high temperature for the month of June is approximately 20 degrees Celsius, and the average low temperature for the month is around 12 degrees Celsius. The amount of precipitation that will fall at Lord’s London in June will be 95.50 millimeters, and it will continue for about six days during the month.

Pitch Prediction: The characteristics of the playing surface almost always end up having a significant impact on the outcome of a test match. In general, the bowlers who use seam and swing are given an advantage by the surface at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The seam bowlers are always in the game because of the nagging lines that they deliver, which keeps the batsman on the edge of their seats. Spinners are introduced into the game on Days 4 and 5 when there are sufficient rough sections. To summarize, it is a bat-first pitch, yet there is sufficient support for bowlers to stay in the game.

Winner Prediction: According to the previous encounters that involved both the teams, the winning odds lie with New Zealand. It would be very vise to put your stakes on New Zealand if you want to win big money. There have been three draws and two wins in their last 5 meetings and the wins are with New Zealand.


Simply letting you know that any choice you make after reading our forecast and the other information. We have provided concerning the next series will be solely your responsibility in every respect is the purpose of this message. As a result, you should make all of your choices, rather than letting your feelings guide you, based on your ability and your knowledge of the game.