New Zealand

Umpire Steve Davis to retire after England-New Zealand ODI series

Umpire Steve Davis has announced his retirement from international umpiring after the conclusion of the upcoming five match One-Day International series between England and New Zealand.
2 June 2015

Disciplined and skilful bowling help New Zealand level series

Kane Williamson struck at three crucial points to help New Zealand grab all 10 England wickets on day five to win the second Test at Headingley by 199 runs and level the series 1-1.
2 June 2015

England will go for a win - Joe Root

England vice-captain Joe Root has stated that his side will make a strong attempt to chase down the mammoth target set for them on the final day against New Zealand at Headingley.
2 June 2015

Michael Vaughan lauds New Zealand's aggressive approach

Former England captain Michael Vaughan was all praise for New Zealand's refreshingly positive attitude during the ongoing Headingley Test.
2 June 2015

Rain mars New Zealand's chances of equalling series

New Zealand set England a record fourth innings target of 455 thanks to excellent lower order contributions before rain consumed almost two sessions of the fourth day of the second Test at Headingley in Leeds.
1 June 2015

Watling's century puts New Zealand ahead after a great day of cricket

BJ Watling hit an unbeaten ton for New Zealand to put the visitors 338 runs ahead and in a good position at stumps on day three of the riveting second Test at Headingley against England.
31 May 2015

New Zealand fight back after Alastair Cook and Adam Lyth Dominate

Adam Lyth reached his maiden Test century - on his home ground - before New Zealand fought back late on and England finished the second day of the second Test at Headingley 97 runs behind with five wickets in hand.
30 May 2015

I wanted to bat freely - Luke Ronchi

New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Luke Ronchi expressed his happiness at making his Test debut in the second game against England wherein he scored 88 runs in just 70 balls in a rain curtailed first day at Headingley.
30 May 2015

Lower middle order salvage New Zealand but England win day

Tom Latham and Luke Ronchi salvaged on what seemed like a lost day for New Zealand before England pulled it back a little bit to end day one of the Second Test at Headingley in balance.
29 May 2015

James Anderson enters 400 Test wickets club at Headingley

James Anderson became the first Englishman to enter the elite 400 Test wickets club during the second Test match against New Zealand at Headingley.
29 May 2015

Corey Anderson ruled out of Headingley Test

New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson has been ruled out of the second Test against England in Headingley which starts on Friday due to a back injury.
29 May 2015

Second Test draw now odds-on

The draw continues to be well backed with William Hill and it is now odds-on at 10/11 that the second Test ends in a stalemate.
28 May 2015

All The Makings Of A Headingley Classic - England v New Zealand 2nd Test Preview

They say a week is a long time in politics. Well, it certainly is a long time in the life of the England cricket team, writes Rob Johnston as he previews the second Test between England and New Zealand at Headingley.
28 May 2015

Martin Guptill Confident Of Denying Series Win To England

New Zealand opening batsman Martin Guptill expressed confidence of denying a series victory to England following the 124-run defeat in the first Test at Lord's.
28 May 2015

England Backed For Second Test

England are the 11/10 favourites to win the second Test against New Zealand and William Hill can report that over 90% of the early bets have been for Alastair Cook’s team, in what looks like a remarkable turnaround.
27 May 2015

We Will Continue To Play Aggressive Cricket - Brendon McCullum

New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has stated that his side will not shy away from continuing their aggressive brand of cricket despite the 124-run defeat to England in the First Test at Lord’s.
26 May 2015

Ben Stokes Orchestrates Win Bulldozing New Zealand By 124 Runs

England completed a remarkable turnaround on the back of all-round efforts from Ben Stokes and a gritty century by skipper Alastair Cook, winning the First Test against New Zealand at Lord’s by 124 runs even after conceding a 134-run lead in the first innings.
25 May 2015

Alastair Cook Century Puts England In Dominant Position

Alastair Cook played right through the day for an unbeaten 153 to guide England to safety and much more as they coasted to a 295-run lead at stumps on day four of the First Test against New Zealand at Lord’s.
24 May 2015

New Zealand In Control Despite England Fightback

Kane Williamson hit a brilliant century to help New Zealand to establish a healthy lead before their bowlers took two quick England wickets to put their team well ahead in spite of late England resistance before stumps on day three of the First Test at Lord’s.
23 May 2015

Adam Milne Ruled Out Of One-Day International Series Against England

New Zealand pacer Adam Milne, who missed the latter stages of the 2015 World Cup with a heel injury, has been ruled out of the One-Day International series in England scheduled to begin next month.
23 May 2015