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NASSER HUSSAIN: Eoin Morgan of England is a wonderful captain, but Kane Williamson is almost as good.

That England are two games away from having both White Ball World Cup titles six years after hitting bottom in Adelaide with a 50 loss over Bangladesh is an extraordinary achievement.

And to have reached Wednesday’s Twenty20 semi-final against New Zealand here after losing so many players to injuries (Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and Sam Curran before the tournament, Tymal Mills and Jason Roy during it) is also phenomenal.

This, of course, is a rematch of that big day at Lord’s in 2019 with the same two wonderful captains in charge. We all recognize how good Eoin Morgan is, but I think Kane Williamson is almost as good, if not as good. It is a battle of two of the greats.

England captain Eoin Morgan (right) shakes hands with his New Zealand counterpart Kane Williamson ahead of the 2019 ODI World Cup final at Lord's.

England captain Eoin Morgan (right) shakes hands with his New Zealand counterpart Kane Williamson ahead of the 2019 ODI World Cup final at Lord’s.

England finally triumphed by the slightest of margins in a super to claim glory

England finally triumphed by the slightest of margins in a super to claim glory

England finally triumphed by the slightest of margins in a super to claim glory

Not that England’s super triumph should influence this semi-final. Teams are moving fast and, let’s be honest, it could easily have gone the other way at Lord’s.

If the fielder’s shot hadn’t hit Ben Stokes’ bat and he had a four bounce, or if Trent Boult hadn’t gone over the rope when he took that catch, it would have been New Zealand day.

England have certainly come a long way since the 2015 World Cup when they were eliminated by Bangladesh to seal another white ball failure.

And New Zealand was the team they learned from. Remember, the cue ball nadir actually came when England was beaten by New Zealand in Wellington and it was your friend Brendon McCullum Morgan that you turned to for an example of how to run the game.

The World Cup victory came just four years after a humiliating defeat by Bangladesh.

The World Cup victory came just four years after a humiliating defeat by Bangladesh.

The World Cup victory came just four years after a humiliating defeat by Bangladesh.

Morgan and Williamson will meet again in Wednesday's Twenty20 semifinal

Morgan and Williamson will meet again in Wednesday's Twenty20 semifinal

New Zealand will seek revenge for their defeat in 2019

New Zealand will seek revenge for their defeat in 2019

Morgan and Williamson will meet again in Wednesday’s Twenty20 semifinal

England have been hit this week by Roy’s injury which has excluded him from the final stages, but they have a similar replacement in Jonny Bairstow. I’d move it up to open. It’s where he wants to hit anyway.

They should be flexible with the rest of the lineup depending on who’s playing, with Moeen Ali hovering around three or four with Dawid Malan, and Sam Billings coming in to replace Roy and hitting seven, after Morgan and Liam Livingstone.

There is the option to play another SUV and bring in David Willey. He could provide the left arm angle that they’ve lost in Mills’ absence and he’s a decent hitter with the bat, but I think at this stage it would change the dynamics of the team too much.

Morgan has become a big believer in fighting as captain, as he has shown by throwing Moeen into the power game at the time when there were southpaws in the area against the West Indies, Bangladesh and South Africa. Likewise, against Australian right-handers and Aaron Finch in particular, Moeen didn’t pitch in the game.

England have suffered a series of injuries on their way to the Twenty20 World Cup semifinal, including starting batsman Jason Roy (center), who retired against South Africa.

England have suffered a series of injuries on their way to the Twenty20 World Cup semifinal, including starting batsman Jason Roy (center), who retired against South Africa.

England have suffered a series of injuries on their way to the Twenty20 World Cup semifinal, including starting batsman Jason Roy (center), who retired against South Africa.

I'd move Jonny Bairstow up to start in place of Roy, since that's where he prefers to hit.

I'd move Jonny Bairstow up to start in place of Roy, since that's where he prefers to hit.

I’d move Jonny Bairstow up to start in place of Roy, since that’s where he prefers to hit.

New Zealand has three right-handers in the higher order: Martin Guptill, Daryl Mitchell and Williamson, so I’d expect Adil Rashid to pitch in his place in that power play today.

The only thing we know about England now is that they won’t drown on the big stage. They have a lot of high pressure games behind them and Morgan has been involved in an IPL final before this tournament in addition to all those international matches.

But they will be wary of New Zealand, a crack team that knows exactly what it is doing.

His attack in particular, with Trent Boult and Tim Southee leading the way and facing the death and spin of Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi, is outstanding.

They are also extremely sharp in the field.

Santner has been a revelation here. His subtle changes of pace have made him one of the bowlers of the tournament and England may have to target him with their lefties – the captain himself, Moeen and Malan.

Martin Guptill will be a key man for New Zealand if they want to make an above-average total

Martin Guptill will be a key man for New Zealand if they want to make an above-average total

Martin Guptill will be a key man for New Zealand if they want to make an above-average total

Williamson is the high-class hitter in New Zealand’s lineup and he stabilizes his innings, but for me Guptill is the key to knowing if they hit a total above par. If he shoots, he can be destructive, but the only thing missing if he doesn’t come out is a great hitter.

There seems to be little doubt that the team winning the toss will throw the ball due to the possibility that second inning spray will make the ball more difficult for bowlers to catch, even though it seems to happen more in Sharjah than here in Abu Dhabi.

Twenty20 cricket in general is moving in the direction of captains who also prefer to chase.

But as Morgan pointed out, England used a lot to beat Sri Lanka by defending a total with a wet ball, so they have that experience on their locker should they play second.

I have England as a favorite but, as always, New Zealand has gone under the radar to reach this stage ahead of India and is clearly a force to be reckoned with.

We could even be in another hard-fought classic.

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