The final moment already arrives. ICC World Cup 2019 final match will see New Zealand will face host England in Lord’s, London on July 14, 2019. This is the one last round of superior mode of ICC dream XI fantasy and presents users one last chance to bang up their points and rankings. Here, we are going to discuss The superior mode of ICC dream XI – Here’s how it can be formatted: ICC CWC19 Final ENG Vs NZ

The superior mode of ICC dream XI – Here’s how it can be formatted: ICC CWC19 Final ENG Vs NZ

The last match happened in Lord’s was the match between Pakistan vs Bangladesh. Two finalists England and New Zealand coincidentally played against reigning champion Australia in this ground. Both of them lost against the Kangaroos.

This field is not so blessing for England as they lost 27 matches in here while won 24 matches. Black Caps has a bit of luck in there as they won 3 games in here out of 4 matches.

Before the start of the big match, we should know a few facts about the game.

  • Four matches have been played at Lord’s so far in this tournament and teams who bat first come out as victorious.
  • The first innings always get much high scoring spree while second innings generally failed to score big.
  • Pacers generally don’t find too much turn in here especially in half of the period of a game.

We should aside those things and bat our eyes on the speculative eleven best suited to the conditions and most probably you’ll get points in plenty in the superior mode of fantasy cricket.

Wicket-Keeper: Jos Butler

Jos Butler‘s recent form isn’t speaking for him. Despite lacks of form in recent times, he is a game-changer, especially at vital times. Tom Latham‘s performance in very insipid in this tournament. Jos Butler also has an ODI century in Lord’s.

Jos Butler is still a match winner although he lacks form recently
Jos Butler is still a match winner although he lacks form recently

Batsmen: Johnny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Joe Root, Kane Williamson

The Black Caps batting lineup is absolute flabby in compare to English batting lineup. Except for Kane Williamson, none of the Kiwis batsmen have more than 400 runs in the World Cup. Black Caps skipper has already 548 runs in World Cup and he is the fifth highest scorer of this World Cup.

England’s top orders especially their openers are highly dominant in this campaign. The strike rate of all of them is over 100 which is far ahead in comparison to other team’s top order. Johnny Bairstow and Jason Roy – both openers are in tremendous form and a huge threat to the batsmen. You should have to keep them in your fantasy side. Joe Root always provides perfect stability in middle-order.

All-rounder – Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes and James Neesham both are contenders for the all-rounder spot. But, except for his peerless fielding capability, James Neesham is not on par with Ben Stokes. Ben Stokes is a proven all-rounder on crucial periods and become an integral part of this dominant English side.

Bowlers – Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Trent Boult

These five pacers are extremely dangerous to any batsmen. All of them have more than 10 wickets in this tournament and the more a bowler takes wickets, the more his points at fantasy cricket increases. All these five seamers are extremely good with the new ball and they’re specialized in various bowling skills.

Captain – Kane Williamson

A very cool headed person who has a great ability to run a team with great composure by keeping his head cool in any situation.

Kane Williamson is a perfect captain
Kane Williamson is a perfect captain

Vice Captain – Joe Root 

Joe Root is also a cool-headed guy with extraordinary capability.

These crops of players from both of the team can surely make a team admire and must be perfect for your fantasy XI squad. You will have a chance to get more points by picking them in your dream squad.