Strap yourselves in, Tom Kohler-Cadmore is expecting fireworks in the forthcoming one-day series between New Zealand and England, starting in Hamilton on Sunday.
This is a five-match meeting between two aggressive sides on the up in the 50-over game, and they have recent form for putting on a run fest.
“It would not surprise me at all if it was similar to the series we saw over here a couple of years ago where 400 played 350,” said the rising Yorkshire batsman.
Kohler-Cadmore is referring to the English summer of 2015 when the hosts came from a game behind to win 3-2, with Jonny Bairstow hitting a brilliant 83 not out to help recover from 45-5 chasing a revised target of 192 in 26 overs in the decider at Durham.
It was a series which saw England post 408-9 in the first game before the second, third and fourth matches had both teams passing 300.
In the second game at the Oval, New Zealand posted 398-5 before England, chasing another revised target of 379 in 46, finished on 365-9. In the next game at Nottingham, England chased down 350 with six overs to spare.