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'Doing well in this series will help us gain respect'

Tim Southee is confident of leading a young New Zealand attack in England. He talks of the challenges, McCullum's captaincy, and the thrill of playing at Lord's

Interviewer: Alison Mitchell

May 11, 2013

Posted by nzcricket174 on (May 11, 2013, 4:54 GMT)

If only Allan Donald stayed with New Zealand, Southee would have been something great.

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