Martin Guptill (above) was dismissed for mere 15 by fast-bowler David Willey © AFP
Martin Guptill (above) was dismissed for mere 15 by fast-bowler David Willey © AFP

New Zealand opener Martin Guptill was dismissed for mere 15 by fast-bowler David Willey, after being caught behind by Jos Buttler, against former champions England in the 1st semi-final on the ongoing ICC World T20 2016 at the Ferozshah Kotla Stadium in Delhi on Wednesday. It was almost between good and full length, as Guptill fails to read the line correctly, and steps out for a wild swing, only for the ball to take a faint outside edge, and an easy catch completed by the keeper. Currently, New Zealand are zero for the loss of a wicket in three overs, with opener Kane Williamson on two, and Colin Munroe on five. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs New Zealand , Live Score, 1st Semi-Final match, ICC T20 World Cup 2016

Earlier, England skipper Eoin Morgan won the toss and have elected to bowl first, as he decided to move in with an unchanged squad, while New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson made a couple of changes in the side, with opener Martin Guptill coming back to replace Henry Nichols, while Adam Milne comes in place of Nathan McCullum. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: England vs New Zealand , Live Score, 1st Semi-Final match, ICC T20 World Cup 2016

A resurgent England will take on the undefeated New Zealand in the first semi-final of ICC T20 World Cup 2016 at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on Wednesday. After 32 matches, the tournament has finally wound down to the semi-final stage. The final four teams are England, New Zealand, West Indies, and India. The Black Caps have been undefeated in this tournament so far, having started their campaign with a morale-boosting victory against fellow semi-finalists India. Since then they have gone past Australia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh with equal efficiency.