New Zealand v England, 2nd ODI , Napier
England pace bowler Chris Woakes says his team will try to capitalise on New Zealand's injury woes in the second ODI in Napier
5.5 SCJ Broad to JK Silva, 4 runs, very full, another wide half-volley to be frank, but he had to make the most of it, and that he did, an exquisite drive through the covers, head right over the ball | May 28, 2016
3.1 SCJ Broad to BKG Mendis, 4 runs, lovely strike, overpitched from Broad and Mendis is equal to the task of dispatching it through the covers | May 28, 2016
2.4 JM Anderson to FDM Karunaratne, out, bowled round the legs! Whoops, he tried to flick one off the pads, and I don't really know how the ball ended up there. He's loitering at the crease, as if confused by the mode of dismissal. But Anderson's shape has been from leg to off, so it stands to reason that a ball outside leg would hit leg! | May 28, 2016
Andrew McGlashan looks back at the morning session of the second day of the second Test between England and Sri Lanka | May 28, 2016
0.4 JM Anderson to FDM Karunaratne, 4 runs, defended to midwicket and, golly, he's off the mark with a sweetly timed four. That was just a push, but Anderson's field is packed into the cordon | May 28, 2016
127.3 RAS Lakmal to MM Ali, 4 runs, that's clubbed...and over deep square leg. Moeen fetches it from off stump and crunches it high into the leg side. Just evades the outstretched hands of Silva | May 28, 2016
125.6 HMRKB Herath to JM Anderson, 4 runs, the reverse sweep! Style, Jimmy. Full outside off, rolls his wrists over the top of the ball and sends it to third man. Jos Buttler would be proud of that | May 28, 2016
125.3 HMRKB Herath to ST Finn, out, 300 wickets for Herath! Finally it arrives. Finn goes for a slog sweep, gets a big top edge and Herath steadies under the catch himself | May 28, 2016
124.6 RAS Lakmal to ST Finn, 4 runs, that's crunched! They keep bowling short and this time Finn pulls it handsomely through midwicket | May 28, 2016
Andrew McGlashan looks back at the morning session of the second day of the second Test between England and Sri Lanka
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Andrew Miller looks back on an impressive innings from Alex Hales, even though his maiden Test century still eludes him
Andrew Miller looks back on an impressive innings from Alex Hales, even though his maiden Test century still eludes him.
Andrew Miller assesses the feasibility of a day-night Test coming to either Lord's or Edgbaston in 2017
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