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Martin Guptill's unbeaten century led New Zealand to a five-wicket win over England in the first match of the one-day series at Lord's. He made 103 not out off 123 balls as the tourists recovered from losing two wickets in the first over to overhaul
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum hopes a change of format and the introduction of several new players will revive his side from the depths of a Test whitewash when they face England in a three-match one-day series starting at Lord's here on
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult's cricket tour of England is over, after he was diagnosed with a muscle tear in his right side. The left-armer was officially ruled out of the three-match ODI series against England, starting at Lord's tonight (9.
Daniel Vettori has been ruled out of the New Zealand side for tonight's second cricket test against England after he told management he wasn't confident of lasting the five days of the match. Captain Brendon McCullum confirmed the veteran spinner was
Veteran New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori could play his first test in 10 months after being rushed into the test squad a day earlier than his scheduled arrival in England. Coach Mike Hesson confirmed fellow left-arm spinner Bruce Martin (calf
As I read that statement in "The Root of the Righteous" by A.W...As my thoughts expanded on this concept, I wondered if the personal faith among those who claim to be Christians ever perturbs them...It upset the whole life of the individual and made
Lancashire's Anderson, 30, joined Sir Ian Botham, Bob Willis and Fred Trueman by having New Zealand opener Peter Fulton caught by Graeme Swann on the second day of the first Test at Lord's. He began the match with 298 victims and had Hamish
In the curtain-raiser to an action-packed English summer of international cricket, New Zealand stole the show by limiting England to a plodding 160-4 on the first day of the first test at Lord's. The stage was set for England to show its true colors
It's great to have Graeme fully fit after his elbow surgery, you want your best players available," added Cook. "I think you miss every experienced player who doesn't play...You always miss players of that kind of calibre when they're not around. "It'
New Zealand, who start a two-match series at Lord's on Thursday, have beaten England only eight times in 97 tests since they first met in 1930...John Wright, one of the England-based professionals who made New Zealand increasingly competitive in the