Just ask England how threatening New Zealand could be in this tournament.

The 2015 beaten finalists are one of the most complete teams in world cricket right now – in any format – and the early English conditions will no doubt suit the likes of Trent Bolt and Neil Wagner, left-arm specialists who will get the white ball to talk.

Throw in Martin Guptill, who was the leading scorer at the 2015 World Cup with 547 runs, emerging all-rounder Mitchell Santner and Kane Williamson, arguably the best batsman in the world in any format right now, and New Zealand have all the ingredients to be one of the real favourites.


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