ENG vs NZ 2021 Live Cricket Score, 2nd Test, Day 1 Today’s Match at Edgbaston in Birmingham:: England vs New Zealand, 2nd test live score: England 258-7: Stamp: England goes to the stump without any further damage. Mark Wood and Dan Lawrence evolved with a continuous 36-run stand on the eighth wicket. Two ticket gates each for Trent Boult, Matt Henry and Ajazz Patel. Lawrence and Rory Burns make 50s. An exhausting and interesting day.
New Zealand’s victory not only rewards them for their first series victory in England since 1999, but also gives them momentum and confidence for the World Test Championship final with India starting June 18th in Southampton.
The match gives England the opportunity to redeem themselves and put the event of the week behind them. Given the long summer coming, it’s important for them to perform well.
England’s biggest positives on Lord’s Cricket Ground were the performances of two openers, street fighter Rory Burns and classic old-fashioned Dom Sibley. Both saved the home team’s match in two innings.
Zack Crawley will be fired with a single digit score and could be replaced by the talented Haseeb Hameed. The rest of the batting lineup should remain the same.
Britain may rest Stuart Broad – he wasn’t the most impressive of London’s fast bowlers. It is quite possible that Ollystone will replace him in XI. The right-handed high-speed bowler has conducted two tests in England, including a match against India in Chennai.
New Zealand had the upper hand at Lord’s Cricket Ground. If it didn’t rain and would wash away the day’s play, it would have been a favorite for deciding the course of play and leading the series. Devon Conway’s performance, which recorded 200 on his test debut in London, was a highlight of New Zealand’s performance at the series opener.
Henry Nichols produced 50 in the first inning and remained their flagship in the middle order. Skipper Kane Williamson didn’t score a lot in London, but more worrisome to visitors is an elbow injury. He could miss the Birmingham test with the WTC final in mind a few days later.
A nicely shaped willow and a convenient slow left-armed orthodox bowler, Lachin Rabindra may be handed a test cap at Edgbaston. He struck in the middle order with first class cricket, so he should easily be in third place.
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England 258 for 7 on stumps
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