New Zealand will look to seal the series when they take on England in the fourth T20I in Napier tomorrow. They're currently leading 2-1 in this five-match T20I series.
After two back to back wins New Zealand has momentum and confidence with them and also they are playing good collective cricket. Though they will hope that Colin Munro and Tim Seifert come among runs and Martin Guptill and Ross Taylor will convert their starts into big knocks. In the bowling Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Mitchell Santner and Lockie Ferguson have done well so far, though Ferguson has been replaced by Trent Boult for the last two matches.
On the other hand, England must be gutted after throwing away a good opportunity in the last match and to stay alive in the series they need to improve their fielding and death overs bowling. They have rotated their squad throughout the series and this trend should continue and Jonny Bairstow, Chris Jordan, and Adil Rashid might come to the playing XI for this must-win contest.
All the major stats and facts ahead of the fourth T20I between New Zealand and England in Napier
Head to Head in T20s
Matches - 19
New Zealand won - 7
England won - 11
No results - 1
1 - New Zealand have won the only T20I they played at McLean Park in Napier (vs Bangladesh in 2017).
36 - Martin Guptill needs 36 more runs to go past Aaron Finch's tally of 425 runs and become leading run-scorer against England in the T20I format.
50 - Ish Sodhi needs 3 more wickets to become the third New Zealand bowler after Tim Southee (73) and Nathan McCullum (58) to complete 50 wickets in T20I cricket.
59 - Trent Boult has taken 59 wickets in international cricket in 2019 - the third most after Pat Cummins (83) and Mohammad Shami (61).
100 - Colin Munro needs to hit 4 more sixes to complete 100 sixes in T20I cricket.
300 - Martin Guptill needs to hit 2 more sixes to complete 300 sixes in T20 cricket.
1500 - Colin Munro needs 30 more runs to become the 5th New Zealand batsman to score 1500 or more runs in T20I cricket.