They will leave that to Australia and New Zealand in Auckland and instead prepare for the five-match one-day global series against New Zealand that begins back here in Hamilton next Sunday.
New Zealand had needed 12 to win off Sunday's final over, bowled by paceman Tom Curran, but Mark Chapman and Colin de Grandhomme could only manage nine.
After a heartbreaking loss against Australia in the 5th T20I at Auckland, New Zealand have a final chance at their hands to book a ticket to the final of the tri-series against Australia.
Since an ODI against West Indies in September, he has played just six limited-overs games during a short spell in New Zealand's domestic competitions with Canterbury.
England have made three changes - but none of them involve a hasty return for Ben Stokes.
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I think it was a pretty big disadvantage to be honest. "But unfortunately I'm only good at ski racing... and she still beat me". "Her focus today was just to have a good run", said Justin Reiter, a former US snowboarder who coaches Ledecka.
Malan later fell for 53, caught by Mark Chapman from a Colin de Grandhomme ball, but the tail wagged with some big hitting to keep England in the hunt.
England: Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (captain), Jos Buttler, Sam Billings, Liam Dawson, David Willey, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Tom Curran. England, who are struggling throughout the series, and have not registered a single win, will need to attain a huge victory to go over the Kiwis in Net Run Rate.
Guptill then picked up where Munro had left off, reaching his second Twenty20 global century in 49 deliveries before Tye had him caught by Maxwell at deep midwicket to leave the hosts 212 for three in the 17th over. Ross Taylor hit two sixes in an 18-run final over from Tye to propel New Zealand to their equal-highest T20 score.
Fifth T20I Australia beat New Zealand by five wickets.