Napier: New Zealand's regular captain Kane Williamson From 21 November New Zealand vs England The two-match Test series is expected to be fit. Williamson is still recovering from a hip injury. Williamson is not part of the ongoing five-match T20 series against England due to injury and is replaced by Tim Southee captaining the New Zealand team.
Fast healing injury
Williamson said, "Actually, there is a hip injury. It is healing which is good." He said, "I have done a lot in the last few months to recover from a hip injury. I have also participated in the recent four-day match for the Northern District against Canterbury. There is little gap in this series and the first Test." , So I am training. "
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Williamson is not part of T20 series yet
New Zealand and England are currently playing a five-match T20 series. In the four matches so far, both teams are going on two-two Babri. The first match was won by England, after which New Zealand took the lead in the series by winning two matches. England won the fourth match and brought thrill to the series, making the match in Auckland decisive.
New Zealand's strength will increase in Test series
After the T20 series, both teams will play the first Test match in Bay Opal from 21 to 25 November. The second Test will be played at Sedan Park from 29 November to 3 December. Williamson's presence will add strength to the New Zealand team.
This is the position of both the teams in the rankings
New Zealand are currently second in the ICC Test rankings, while England are currently in third place. New Zealand's rating is 109 in Tests at the moment, while the England team is only 5 ratings points behind. Team India is currently at the top with 119 rating points.