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Cricket | England tour of New Zealand 2017/18

Root looks ahead after Eng leave NZ winless
Root believes England have a better idea of the direction they are heading after their long tour Down Under came to a disappointing conclusion with the side failing to secure a victory Read full article
Anderson most over-worked seam bowler
England quick James Anderson became the most over-worked seam bowler in test cricket history on Tuesday when he fired down his 30 020th delivery. Read full article
NZ cling on to record historic series win
Ish Sodhi hit a gutsy half-century as New Zealand fought a defiant rearguard action to hold on for a draw in the second test in Christchurch on Tuesday and secure a first series win over England since 1999. Read full article
Bad light has test hanging in balance
England Monday sensed a chance to end their woeful winless run in overseas tests even though New Zealand will start the final day of the second test with all 10 wickets still intact. Read full article
England advance despite NZ double-strike
James Vince and Mark Stoneman posted half-centuries to give England a healthy 231-run lead with seven wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the second test against New Zealand in Christchurch on Sunday. Read full article
Watling, De Grandhomme spearhead NZ fightback
BJ Watling and Colin de Grandhomme hauled New Zealand back into the second test Saturday to trail England by 115 runs with four wickets in hand at stumps on day two. Read full article
Bairstow props up England
England may have been on the ropes but Mark Wood was having the time of his life as he and Jonny Bairstow regained momentum on day one of the second test against New Zealand in Christchurch on Friday. Read full article
Moeen, Woakes dropped for second test
England have axed Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes for the second and final test against New Zealand starting on Friday at Christchurch. Read full article
Root hails New Zealand cricket culture
New Zealand's cricket ethos drew praise on Thursday from England captain Joe Root as he weighed up the difference between playing the Blacks Caps and Australia over the past four months. Read full article
New Zealand bid for rare series win
New Zealand have been forced to realign their bowling stocks in a bid for a rare series win over England with Todd Astle ruled out of the second test starting in Christchurch on Friday. Read full article
Black Cap Astle out of second test
New Zealand leg-spinner Todd Astle will miss the second test against England due to a side strain, team officials said on Wednesday, with Ish Sodhi called in as a like-for-like replacement. Read full article
Lessons need to be learned - Root
England need to learn some lessons, and fast, if they are to salvage a drawn two-test series against New Zealand after they emphatically lost the opener by an innings and 49 runs on Monday, Joe Root has said. Read full article
'Wickets at end of sessions crucial'
Late strikes in the first two sessions of the final day gave NZ's bowlers confidence they could finish the job, Kane Williamson said after they completed an innings and 49 run victory over England. Read full article
NZ thump England in opener
Recalled legspinner Todd Astle captured two wickets in the final session as New Zealand recorded an innings and 49-run victory over England in a day-night test at Eden Park. Read full article
England three down in a bid to save test
The fall of Joe Root's wicket on the last ball of day four Sunday left England calling for a hero to salvage a draw in the first test against New Zealand in Auckland. Read full article
‘England can save test thanks to rain’
The rain that has dampened New Zealand's hopes of a test victory in Auckland has offered a lifeline to a battle-scarred England. Read full article
Rain frustrates high-flying New Zealand
Despite New Zealand's blitz start to the first test against England, rain threatened to deny them any reward with only 17 balls bowled on day three in Auckland. Read full article
Rain disrupts second day as NZ increase lead
Kane Williamson moved into sole possession of the New Zealand test century record on a rain-disrupted second day of the series opener. Read full article
'Eng batsmen like rabbits in headlights'
Trevor Bayliss has said his players were like "rabbits in the headlights" as they were dismissed for 58 in a dismal batting performance in the first test against New Zealand on Thursday. Read full article
Williamson stands up after England crumble
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was in sight of his 18th test century as the ball dominated the bat on the opening day of the two-match series. Read full article
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