Since that exciting day at ICC World Cup, 2019 final ODI match at Lord's, 1st time in the history of ICC World cup final 2 Super overs were bowled.
In the Super Over, England opted for Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler to face Trent Boult and the pair scored 15 runs. Jofra Archer bowled the Super Over for England and did an excellent job, restricting the Kiwis to 15 to trigger massive celebrations in the stadium and all around the United Kingdom.
The two most iconic stars of that 2019 ICC World Cup clash were, Ben Stokes & Jofra Archer England won the dramatic match on superior boundary counts and became the ODI world champion for the first time in their history.
In the 1st semi-final of the T20 World Cup, England will take on New Zealand in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday 10th November 2021. England has an excellent record against Kiwis in the T20 format.
England has been brilliant in all formats so far in the tournament. Jos Buttler has led their batting Jason Roy will be a big miss for them due to injury Sam Billings will fit in good at the top to open the innings for England, as his replacement.
Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone have been incredible with the ball as well as the bat. Chris Woakes can be the game-changer in this match.
New Zealand's batting hasn't been dominating but they have managed to control the innings nicely. Martin Guptill will be crucial at the top along with Daryl Mitchell. Devon Conway and Kane Williamson will be the key players in the middle.
The bowling has been brilliant for the Kiwis, Ish Sodhi in the middle and Trent Boult in powerplay & death overs have been outstanding. Adam Milne's pace will play a big role in this game.