2019 World Cup : The 12th edition of Cricket World Cup 2019 will be held in England and Wales from 30th May to 14th July this year, in which ten teams will play for this prestigious trophy.
2019 World Cup : The New Zealand Cricket Board has announced the team for the Cricket World Cup 2019. Uncontrolled cricketer Tom Blundell has been nominated in the 15-member squad announced. Kane Williamson will captain the World Cup New Zealand Cricket will play their World Cup in Cardiff in 2019 in Sri Lanka in 2019.
In the team announced by the New Zealand Board, Ish Sodhi has been given preference in place of leg spinner Todd Astle. He will be in the role of the second spinner in the team. At the same time, in the Kiwi team, the selectors have unpaid player Tom Blundell in the team, and everyone is surprised, and it is believed that this time the New Zealand team will benefit. New Zealand has great faith in their teams, and they hope that they are likely to benefit from all forms of the World Cup, they have included many new players.
It is said that the New Zealand Board has included Tom Blundell as the reserve wicketkeeper in the World Cup. Tom Blundell also bowls the spin bowling of wicket keeping. Tom Blundell has played matches for Under-19, New Zealand’s Under-19, Wellington.
For Cricket World Cup 2019, New Zealand is the first country to be declared the first team. New Zealand‘s cricket has been a spectacular display in the World Cup so far. If the 2011 World Cup is abandoned, the Kiwi team has been successful in reaching the semi-finals of every world.
New Zealand’s 15-man squad for the 2019 World Cup
Ken Williamson (Captain) Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholas, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, Colin Munroe, Tom Blundell, Jimmy Nisham, Colin de Grandhom, Michal Santanar, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southey, Matt Henry, Lucky Ferguson, and Trent Bolt.
2019 World Cup : The first is an opener with a concrete defensive technique, but who does not attack very quickly, Henry Nichols, who was brought in Tai Tao, is liked as a batsman, which accelerates after forming a strong foundation, rather than one that starts quickly. This is a selection that comes back at a time.
Joining with Nicolas Martin Guptill (top scorer from the previous World Cup) and was selected as Colin Munro in the form of backup. Guptill has tried to play a more defensive role as an opener and can appreciate the direction that is growing in the staid.
Munro, however, has fought because Staid took charge. Munro has been asked to bat as it is a first-class match. This is not entirely a bad idea, Munro is one of the only three players in history, with more than 50 average in first-class cricket in New Zealand (Martin Crowe and Warden Scott are others), and only with strike rate of 100, such a Have done If Munro plays like that effectively, then it can be beneficial.
In Ken Williamson, Ross Taylor and Tom Latham, he has selected three solid batsmen to play the role of the accumulator. As a group, they have been more than 50 average in the last two years, which kept them ahead of India’s number 3-5, slightly ahead of England’s trio and ahead of all other countries.
There was no big surprise anywhere else. Colin de Grandhome was taken ahead of Doug Bracewell as an all-rounder, while Ish Sodhi kept Todd Astle in the second spinner role. Grandhome will join James Nisham as an all-rounder in the team. Ish Sodhi will have a slow left-handed Mitchell Santner company.
The selectors have kept their faith in the out of form Colin Munro, who does not make the place in the team despite the impressive FDI numbers. They are expected to play back-up roles of other batsmen.
“With some team designated for a major tournament, there were some tough calls, and there would be some disappointed players,” said chief coach Gary Steed. “We were looking for the right balance for the key squad, and our base was included to ensure that we had a very competitive World Cup. As a one-day unit, we have been very consistent in the last few years and have a very experienced group of core players proven at the top level.”
Tom Blundell – New Zealand’s backup wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Blundell in the 2019 WC team is the only surprise in the New Zealand team for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup announced on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old who represents the Wellington team has played two Tests and three T20s for New Zealand. Although Tom Latham would remain the first choice for a wicketkeeper, Blundell has been named as a back-up keeper.
Williamson is one of the three most famous, but his orbit is more than likely to shine in the World Cup. This is the right opportunity to correct him.