New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has defended bowlers Mark Craig
and Tim Southee after the pair struggled to make an impact
during the first-test loss to England at Lord's.
BJ Watling's knee injury means wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi
could make his debut in the second cricket test against
England, while Doug Bracewell or Neil Wagner shape as
contenders to replace Corey Anderson if he fails to recover
from a back strain.
England's 124-run victory over New Zealand in the first test
at Lord's has been widely acclaimed as one of the greatest
matches in the history of the game.
Ben Stokes took two wickets in two balls to inspire England
to victory over New Zealand by 124 runs on a pulsating final
day of the first test at Lord's.
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