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After finishing runners-up, England are most likely to field a new team with most players being rested.
England will like to forget their five-run loss to India on Sunday and look to move on by winning the first T20 and also the series. The Eoin Morgan led side is pretty inexperienced when compared to New Zealand as England have selection woes going into the match.
Riding on a solid performance by Hamish Rutherford and captain Brendon McCullum, New Zealand defeated England by five runs in their first Twenty20 match.
The good news for the hosts is that Kevin Pietersen is making a comeback after an injury layoff and more importantly has warmed up with a century for Surrey.