England v New Zealand Tests - Men's



Kiwis celebrate as Cook says England 'can't handle pressure'

As New Zealand celebrate the perfect warm-up for their World Test Championship push, criticism of England's performance continues with Alastair Cook weighing in on the Edgbaston thrashing

Match Report

Black Caps thrash England to claim series, No.1 ranking

New Zealand have crushed England by eight wickets in the second and final Test to seal a 1-0 series victory after chasing down a target of 38 runs.

'Fragile' batting sounds Ashes alarm for England

Nasser Hussain says England are trying to 'reinvent the wheel' and need to look at New Zealand as a prototype for Test match batting


England collapse leaves NZ on verge of historic win

England's top order slumped to 7-76 on day three at Edgbaston and needed some late-order resistance just to avoid an innings defeat as New Zealand closed in on a series win

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Broad fumes at soft signal as key Kiwi survives

Stuart Broad was left furious after Richard Kettleborough's soft signal of 'not out' proved decisive following Zak Crawley's catch off Devon Conway.

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First-gamers fire as England steadies on day two

Debutant Ollie Robinson helped England wrestle back control on day two at Lord's, while Devon Conway reached 200 for New Zealand in his own first Test innings


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