England can approach their ICC World Twenty20 semi-final versus New Zealand with confidence, having had much the better of the 13 format meetings between the teams.
The Black Caps have won just four of those but England have been victorious on eight occasions, with one no-result completing the set.
The only comfort for New Zealand is that in World Twenty20s, it is two wins each.
England clearly learnt from that loss, winning the next six fixtures.
That sequence included two World T20 successes, firstly during the victorious 2010 campaign in the Caribbean led by Paul Collingwood and then two years later in Sri Lanka under Broad’s leadership.
The Black Caps then enjoyed a brief period of success with wins either side of a washout at The Oval, the latter victory a Duckworth/Lewis result in Bangladesh at the last World T20.
The most recent meeting was England’s 56-run win at Emirates Old Trafford in June last year.
England v New Zealand, Twenty20 internationals
Sep 18 2007: NZ won by five runs, Durban
Feb 5 2008: Eng won by 32 runs, Auckland
Feb 7 2008: Eng won by 50 runs, Christchurch
Jun 13 2008: Eng won by nine wickets, Old Trafford
May 10 2010: Eng won by three wickets, St Lucia
Sep 29 2012: Eng won by six wickets, Pallekele
Feb 9 2013: Eng won by 40 runs, Auckland
Feb 12 2013: NZ won by 55 runs, Hamilton
Feb 15 2013: Eng won by 10 wickets, Wellington
Jun 25 2013: NZ won by five runs, The Oval
Jun 27 2013: no result, The Oval
Mar 22 2014: NZ won by nine runs (D/L), Chittagong
Jun 23 2015: Eng won by 56 runs, Old Trafford