Test Series
10th June 2022
15:30 IST
England
vs
New Zealand
Headingley Carnegie

England vs New Zealand 3rd Test Betting: Odds & Tips (2022)

England will take on New Zealand in the third test at Headingley Carnegie from June 23-27. Below, you’ll find the best cricket betting sites for the upcoming clash, the latest England vs New Zealand betting odds, and tips and match predictions from the 3rd Test.

 

England vs New Zealand
Date:June 23-27, 2022
Match Time: 15:30 (IST)
Stadium: Headingley Carnegie

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England vs New Zealand Latest Betting Odds

Much like any other Test match, there are plenty of markets available for the 3rd Test between England and New Zealand, ranging from match winner to the top batter and bowler. Here are some of the most competitive cricket betting odds from leading cricket bookmakers.

England vs New Zealand Betting: Match Winner Odds

BookmakerEnglandNew Zealand
bet365 logo1.0326.00
10cric logo1.0318.32
Parimatch logo1.0416
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1.0321.00
1xbet logo2.224.04

England vs New Zealand Betting: Top Team Batsman Odds

BookmakerEnglandOddsNew ZealandOdds
bet365 logoJoe Root2.87Daryl Mitchell7.00
10cric logoJoe Root3.66Daryl Mitchell7.19
Parimatch logoJoe Root2.74Daryl Mitchell5.20
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Joe Root3.00Daryl Mitchell8.00
1xbet logoJoe Root2.87Daryl Mitchell7.00
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England vs New Zealand Betting: Top Team Bowler Odds

BookmakerEnglandOddsNew ZealandOdds
bet365 logoStuart Broad3.20Trent Boult3.25
10cric logoStuart Broad2.31Trent Boult3.53
Parimatch logoStuart BroadNATrent Boult2.74
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Stuart Broad2.10Trent Boult3.00
1xbet logoStuart Broad3.20Trent Boult3.24

England vs New Zealand 3rd Test Betting Tips

England vs New Zealand Betting Prediction

We’re backing England to win the 3rd Test match @ 1.555

  • The new English team under Ben Stokes seems like a force to reckon with, already having registered two wins in this series and possibly a third at Headingley Carnegie this week.
  • The first meeting between these two teams saw England win by five wickets at Lord's, and the margin of victory in the second game at Trent Bridge was exactly the same, although in a much more incredible fashion. On both occasions, England bowled first and chased down a potentially challenging target with relative ease.
  • The team is firing on all cylinders under Ben Stokes' captaincy. They threatened to play an aggressive, entertaining brand of cricket when they employed Brendon McCullum as their coach, which is precisely how it is proving to be. Four England batsmen hit centuries in the first two matches — two coming from the bat of Joe Root and one apiece from Ollie Pope and Jonny Bairstow.
  • England's three main seamers have taken 30 wickets between them. Ace paceman Jimmy Anderson has been right on the money.
  • New Zealand's Kane Williamson didn't play the second Test, but he was woefully out of form anyway.
  • While New Zealand will likely manage injuries better here, this England side looks in the mood to pile on the pressure on their opponents.
  • So far, Joe Root has top-scored for his side, with a century in each game. He is on his home ground here and is a natural pick to top score for England again.
  • Trent Boult is the leading wicket-taker in the series, and with New Zealand struggling for fit bowlers, Boult should be their top bowler again.
CBA Verdict

We expect England to win this 3rd and final Test of the series and complete a whitewash. Trent Boult, Joe Root, and Daryl Mitchell should ace their respective markets.

England vs New Zealand Team News

England

  • England has the series won already, so they can play without any pressure in the 3rd Test.
  • England has no new injury concerns to deal with in this match.
  • Jamie Overton has been added to the England squad and could make his debut in this fixture. And if that happens, the team may rest Jimmy Anderson or Stuart Broad.
England Probable XI

Alex Lees, Zak Crawley, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Ben Foakes, Jamie Overton, Matty Potts, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad

New Zealand

  • New Zealand will hope to have their captain Kane Williamson back after he missed the previous game having tested positive for Covid.
  • Kyle Jamieson will miss this match with the injury he sustained at Trent Bridge.
  • Blair Tickner is expected to be his replacement although Neil Wagner is another option.
  • Michael Bracewell is likely to feature despite testing positive for Covid after the second game.
New Zealand Probable XI

Tom Latham, Will Young, Kane Williamson, Devon Conway, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell, Michael Bracewell, Tim Southee, Matt Henry, Blair Tickner, Trent Boult

England vs New Zealand Key Players

England

  • Joe Root
    The former England captain is the top run-getter for his side in this series. He took his centuries tally to two with another excellent innings at Trent Bridge. In the 3rd Test, Root plays on his home ground, where he averages 42.28 with two tons.
  • Jonny Bairstow
    The white-ball specialist played a blitzkrieg knock (136 off 92) in the second innings at Trent Bridge to get England home, and he is another who will be in action on his county ground. Bairstow averages 42.50 at this venue.
  • Ben Stokes
    Back in 2019, Stokes played a magical knock at this venue to get England home from a spot of bother against Australia. At Trent Bridge in the 2nd Test, the skipper was in fine touch, scoring 46 and 75* in the two innings. Notably, Stokes is in good form, both with bat and ball.

New Zealand

  • Kane Williamson
    The New Zealand skipper missed the second Test. Now, we know that he has been out of form in this series, so his absence didn't really account for much in the last game. But make no mistake, he is still the best Kiwi batter around, and he'll look to get back among the runs in the 3rd and final Test at Headingley.
  • Daryl Mitchell
    The leading run-scorer in the series has two 100s and a 50 in his last three innings. In the first innings at Trent Bridge, Mitchell fell short of a double century by just 10 runs (he knocked 62 valuable runs for his side in the second innings). He's looking calm and composed with the bat, plus he could also double up a bowling option.
  • Trent Boult
    Nobody has more wickets in the series than Trent Boult, and if New Zealand is to win this final Test, he'll need to be on the money once again. In the Trent Bridge test, Boult took eight wickets, head and shoulders above his compatriots.

England vs New Zealand Head-to-Head Record

TeamMatches PlayedWonDrawNo Result
England10950470
New Zealand10912470

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