Stuart Broad took seven wickets as England won the first Test against New Zealand by 170 runs at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
New Zealand trails England by 79 runs in its first innings of the opening Test after reaching 153-4 when bad light stopped play at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
England slumped to 209-8 at lunch of the second day of the opening Test against New Zealand, losing four wickets this morning at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
England reached 56-1 at lunch of the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan were named to the England cricket squad for the first Test against New Zealand after both recovered from elbow surgery.
Ravi Bopara and Tim Bresnan were returned to the England cricket squad for the one-day series against New Zealand and next month’s ICC Champions Trophy.
Stuart Broad’s six-wicket haul helped England take control of the second cricket Test against New Zealand in Wellington.
Matt Prior scored an unbeaten century as England held on to draw the final cricket Test and avoid a first series defeat in New Zealand for almost 30 years.
England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad will miss next week’s two-match series in India with a bruised left heel, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on its website.
Ross Taylor smashed a career-best 131 as New Zealand beat Pakistan by 110 runs to move atop their group at the Cricket World Cup.