New Zealand go into the fourth ODI at Trent Bridge with a 2-1 lead on the strength of their superior bowling attack.
The positives for England are that they have scored 300 plus runs in all three matches and they will have a better chance to repeat that feat with the irrepressive Trent Boult now back home tending to a back injury.
The hosts have added left-arm pace bowler David Willey to the matchday squad to provide variation in the attack and to take some vital early wickets.
The Black Caps will once again be looking for big-hitting duo Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor to build momentum with the bat after their heroics in the third ODI.
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