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Williamson calls on `unbeaten` Kiwis to stay grounded against England


Sydney: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has called on his side to remain grounded against England as the two sides head into their World T20 semifinal showdown at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi on Wednesday.

New Zealand will go into the last four as the only unbeaten side in the T20 format’s pinnacle tournament.

However,the 25-year-old believes that it would not be easy to win against Eoin Morgan’s side and, therefore, asked his team to put their best foot forward in order to beat them, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

Describing `horses for courses` as a key to success, Williamson said that they would going to stick to their philosophy against England as well.

England were seemed to be better aware about the upcoming conditions as they had played their last two matches at Kotla. But Williamson said that World T20 tournament was unpredictable and that anything could happen.(ANI)

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