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'It's definitely on' – England confident of ending winless Test winter on a high

England have a good chance of ending their winter with a Test victory against New Zealand, says wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow. The visitors set New Zealand 382 to win the second Test at Hagley Oval with a day remaining. England have ...

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'It's definitely on' – England confident of ending winless Test winter on a high

England have a good chance of ending their winter with a Test victory against New Zealand, says wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow. The visitors set New Zealand 382 to win the second Test at Hagley Oval with a day remaining. England have ...

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New Zealand v England: Hosts face record run chase to win second Test

Second Test, Christchurch (Hagley Oval), day four: England 307 & 352-9 dec: Vince 76, Root 54, De Grandhomme 4-94 New Zealand 278 & 42-0: Latham 25*, Raval 17* New Zealand need 382 to win Scorecard England set New Zealand a ...

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New Zealand v England: Hosts face record run chase to win second Test

Second Test, Christchurch (Hagley Oval), day four: England 307 & 352-9 dec: Vince 76, Root 54, De Grandhomme 4-94 New Zealand 278 & 42-0: Latham 25*, Raval 17* New Zealand need 382 to win Scorecard England set New Zealand a ...

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New Zealand v England: James Vince & Mark Stoneman help visitors take control

Second Test, Christchurch (Hagley Oval), day three: England 307 & 202-3 Vince 76, Stoneman 60, Boult 2-38 New Zealand 278: Watling 85, Broad 6-54, Anderson 4-76 England lead by 231 runs Scorecard James Vince and Mark Stoneman’s 123-run partnership helped ...

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New Zealand v England: James Vince & Mark Stoneman help visitors take control

Second Test, Christchurch (Hagley Oval), day three: England 307 & 202-3 Vince 76, Stoneman 60, Boult 2-38 New Zealand 278: Watling 85, Broad 6-54, Anderson 4-76 England lead by 231 runs Scorecard James Vince and Mark Stoneman’s 123-run partnership helped ...

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Alex Hales replaces David Warner at IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad

England batsman Alex Hales has been signed by Indian Premier League side Sunrisers Hyderabad as Australian David Warner’s replacement. Warner resigned as captain of the IPL side before being banned for 12 months by Cricket Australia for his part in ...

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Warner 'resigned' to not playing for Australia again

Media playback is not supported on this device Batsman David Warner says he is “resigned to the fact” he may never play for Australia again after his part in the ball-tampering scandal. Warner and Steve Smith were given year-long bans ...

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England strike late after NZ middle order frustrates

Second Test, Christchurch (Hagley Oval), day two: England 307: Bairstow 101, Wood 52, Southee 6-62, Boult 4-87 New Zealand 192-6: Watling 77 not out, De Grandhomme 72, Broad 4-38 New Zealand trail by 115 runs, with four wickets remaining Scorecard ...

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Australia begin first match since ball-tampering scandal

Fourth Test, The Wanderers, Johannesburg (day one of five) South Africa 313-6: Markram 152; Cummins 3-53 Australia Yet to bat Scorecard Australia’s new captain Tim Paine says his players will “look after each other” in the final Test against South ...

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