newscricket3 days ago

NZ vs ENG | Will be good to play some Test cricket, states Tim Southee

New Zealand’s stand-in captain Tim Southee is looking forward to the upcoming Test series against England, which starts on November 21, after the hosts lost the T20I series by an inch. Earlier in August, Southee had led the team to a 2-1 away victory in the T20Is against Sri Lanka.
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newscricket9 days ago

NZ vs ENG | Was always going to be a tough chase for England if we kept taking wickets, states Tim Southee

New Zealand's stand-in T20 captain Tim Southee asserted that the key to winning the third T20I against England was to keep taking wickets at regular intervals. A Colin de Grandhomme onslaught with the bat helped New Zealand post a formidable total of 180 and subsequently win the match.
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newscricket11 days ago

NZ vs ENG | Will chop and change our side in third T20I, reveals Tim Southee

New Zealand skipper Tim Southee has revealed that there is a high possibility of New Zealand changing their team combination heading into the third T20I in Nelson on Tuesday. After getting comprehensively beaten in the first T20I, the Kiwis bounced back in style to win the second T20I by 21 runs.
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newscricket12 days ago

NZ v ENG | Want to rotate squad with a set of 16-17 players, announces Eoin Morgan

After their win the opening match of the T20I series against New Zealand, skipper Eoin Morgan revealed that England plan to rotate their T20 team, giving a set of 16-17 players as many opportunities as possible. England chased down New Zealand’s total of 153 with seven wickets in hand.
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featurecricket14 days ago

Why New Zealand aren’t ready to unshackle Kane Williamson from T20I duties

If you come across a Twitter account named ‘NotNossy’ you might think it’s Kane Williamson, until you find the blue tick missing. Or you actually look at the content, which makes it seem like it’s Jimmy Neesham’s. Yes, Kane is not on Twitter and we know enough about him to asses that.
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newscricket20 days ago

NZ vs ENG | Tim Southee to lead T20Is in absence of Kane Williamson

With New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson being ruled out from the T20I series due to injury, seasoned paceman Tim Southee will lead the side in the home fixtures against England. The first of the five T20Is to be played between the two teams will begin on November 1, in Christchurch. 
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newscricket2 months ago

SL v NZ | With the number of injuries, we might just rest completely ahead of the third T20I, says Tom Bruce

Tom Bruce reckons the team may have to skip training sessions altogether ahead of the third and final T20 against Sri Lanka on Friday. Four out of their 14-member squad has already suffered injuries, but it is likely that either Bruce or Ross Taylor will feature even if they’re not 100% fit.
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featurecricket2 months ago

New Zealand batsmen unlock first step towards redemption

New Zealand had made a few significant mistakes in the World Cup and yet they went on to “not lose” the final at Lord’s. However, they didn’t get to lift the trophy and the team has been in a quest for redemption ever since, the first beacon of which came about in Sri Lanka recently.
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newscricket3 months ago

SL v NZ | New Zealand can better adapt to Lankan conditions after Galle loss, says Tim Southee

The newly appointed T20I captain of New Zealand, Tim Southee has come forward to say that the Galle defeat has helped the team shape up ahead of the second Test to be held in Colombo. In the first Test, the visitors gave a solid fight to Sri Lanka despite what the six-wicket defeat might suggest.
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newscricket3 months ago

SL vs NZ | Tim Southee to lead New Zealand as Kane Williamson, Trent Boult rested for Sri Lanka T20Is

Kane Williamson and Trent Boult have been rested for the T20 leg of the ongoing Sri Lanka tour, which led to Tim Southee being appointed as the skipper In Williamson's absence. The team has also had the likes of Tim Seifert and three spin options in Mitchell Santner, Todd Astle and Ish Sodhi.
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