Currently ranking as 3rd on ODI ranking, New Zealand is considered to one of the top contenders of winning WC19. Unleashing the truth, the whole team solely relies on Kane Williamson, the right-handed elegant batsman who will lead the team in 50 overs format. Blackcaps are equipped by fierce pace with lead pacer as Trent Boult, Tim Southee, and Adam Milne. Furthermore, the batting is strengthened by Mark Guptil and Colin Munro as openers, followed by Williamson and Ross Taylor.
New Zealand Team Players Biography
Kane Williamson is one of the best players New Zealand team has ever produced. After making a debut in 2010, Williamson has scored ample of runs with 11 centuries. He will be the trump card for New Zealand and their players and will be hard to catch in English conditions in WC19.
Left-handed Kiwi batsman, Munro is one of the finest hard hitters in the world. His strike rate on ODIs is exceeding 105 and will be tough to stop him to score runs. Once he gets going, it will be raining sixes and there will be no stopping him.
Mark Guptill is known as stroke-maker among New Zealand team and players. The right-handed opening batsman is capable of getting the ball into the gaps in the gaps in first 10 overs. He keeps a decent average of 42.69 in 159 innings he played. So he will be an impact player for NZ in WC19.
Boult made his debut in 2011 against West Indies and he has played 69 matches till now and taken 126 wickets. He can swing the ball and will be dangerous in English conditions in WC19.
Colin de Grandhomme
Medium fast bowling all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme is a gem for New Zealand. He made his debut in 2012 and is famous for his Good tight bowling and fearless and hard batting among his New Zealand team and players.
Another impact player for New Zealand, Corey Anderson is ruthless with the bat. He is the one who snatched fastest 100 records from Pakistan’s ShahidAfridi. Players like him can change the course of the match an anytime and thus he will be a hard nut to crack by most opponents.
BJ was born in South Africa but moved towards New Zealand later. Being a keeper-batsman, he keeps every shot in his book and can score runs briskly with the bat. BJ has the batting average of 24.91 in ODIs. His role will be most Important in the middle order.
One of the finest bowlers in the world, Tim Southee is famous for swinging the ball away in seaming conditions. He has taken 177 wickets in135 ODIs he played and will be handy to handle in WC19.
Ferguson made his debut in 2016, and so far he has taken 32 wickets in 19 matches. The right arm pacer is accurate with his line and length and will create problems for another batsman in WC19.
Adam Milne is considered to be one of the fastest bowlers in the current run across the world. He made his debut in Nov 2012, but played only 40 matches due to injuries and took 41 wickets.
Slow left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel has yet to play his ODI debut match, though he is in the squad and ready to fly to England to play his heart out and turn the odds in his favor.