ENG vs NZ 3rd Test live: When and where to watch England vs New Zealand 3rd Test match


England will be aiming to complete a clean sheet of the three-game Test series when they play New Zealand in the final Test at Headingley on Thursday June 23. England have already secured the series by winning the first Test at Lord’s by five wickets and the second at Trent Bridge also by 5 wickets.

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Joe Root could be seen in charge of the England national cricket team again in Test cricket if new captain Ben Stokes misses the game against the New Zealand national cricket team.

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Currently, there is no appointed Test vice-captain in the England squad. In Stokes’ absence, there’s a huge possibility that Joe Root, who stepped down as Test captain after the West Indies series, will lead the team again, according to a report in The US Express News.

When and at what time will the 3rd test match England vs New Zealand start?

The 3rd England vs New Zealand test match will be played on June 23rd (Thursday) at 3.30pm IST.

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Where is going England vs New Zealand 3rd Test take place?

England vs New Zealand 3rd Test match will take place at Headingly Cricket Stadium, Leeds.

Which channel will broadcast England vs New Zealand 3rd Test in India?

England vs New Zealand 3rd Test match will air on Sony Sports Network channels in India.

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How to watch the live stream of England vs New Zealand 3rd Test in India?

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England vs New Zealand 3rd Test match will be streamed live on the Sony Liv app and website.

ENG vs NZ Probable Playing XIs

England: Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Alex Lee’s, Ben Foakes, Zak Crawley, Ollie Pope, Ben Stokes (C), James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Craig Overton, Jack Leach

New Zealand: Tom Latham (C), Will Young, Devon Conway, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell (wk), Colin de Grandhomme, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner



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