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
36.3 NM Coulter-Nile to AU Rashid, dot ball, it's a big full toss! Aiming for a yorker. And Rashid almost leading-edges it to cover. Took him by surprise, the bat face closed | Sep 3, 2015
36.2 NM Coulter-Nile to CR Woakes, out, he's on a hat-trick! Short, angled down the leg side, Woakes goes for a paddle-turned-pull and gets a very thin glove through to Wade. One glove down the leg side can be unlucky, but two in four balls? | Sep 3, 2015
36.1 NM Coulter-Nile to JC Buttler, out, but he's gone now! England falling away. Full outside off, Buttler goes for the drive and just picks out mid-off inside the circle. That was loose from Buttler, needed to at least take a moment to assess after Morgan's departure | Sep 3, 2015
35.5 SR Watson to EJG Morgan, out, huge moment! He's gloved it down the leg side going for the pull. The ball was there for the shot, short and outside leg stump, but it just glanced the glove through to Wade | Sep 3, 2015
Australia captain Steven Smith was visibly irate after wicketkeeper Matthew Wade proceeded to review a caught-behind decision without consulting him | Sep 3, 2015
He finds midwicket! Not Stokes' most convincing innings. A full delivery, angled into the pads, and he flicks it straight to Joe Burns...silence around the ground | Sep 3, 2015
29.3 GJ Maxwell to BA Stokes, dot ball, down the leg side, Stokes tries to reverse sweep... Wade immediately throws the ball into the air and then signals for a review when it is not given on field; third umpire Kumar Dharmasena takes a look at several replays, including Hot Spot, and concludes that there was clear daylight between bat and ball. Well, Wade was convinced but no one else was... No Snicko on this occasion | Sep 3, 2015
26.2 SR Watson to JWA Taylor, out, angling in, swipes across the line - and bowled 'im! Taylor advanced at the bowler again, played around a straight one and it clattered into the top of middle and leg. He falls for an industrious 49 and the pressure goes up another notch | Sep 3, 2015
17.5 GJ Maxwell to JJ Roy, out, steps away and drives, in the air... and taken at point! Maxwell has got Roy, slicing a shot straight to the fielder | Sep 3, 2015
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