• BATSMEN
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    13.3 here comes Golden Arm! Hanging back in the crease, not in position to drive the fuller length, and Root is on hand at fifth slip to snaffle the edge! 63/2
    0.4 nut! Nipping back through the gate with Ronchi's feet stuck in clay! Fizzes through his limp defences to pluck out the top of middle! 1/1
    30.2 got him, huge wicket! Ripping ball from Wood, takes the glove and Buttler snaffles it! That dodgy bounce finally unsettles Williamson's famous equilibrium, but credit to Wood for finding it, cross-seam again and it shot through like a startled horse and bucked against the glove as he looked for another angled late dab 158/3
    33.4 tries to slog off a length... but picks out midwicket! Taylor's pips squeak as England squeeze out another big wicket. Tight lines paying off for Ball, a solid grab from Root with Taylor trying to manufacture something 168/4
    37.6 big sweep at a regulation legspinner, misses it entirely and up goes the finger. There's a slight chance it did too much and could be missing off, but it's a roll of the dice as Broom reviews . Oof ... clipping the top of off, but that's all it takes. Off Broom goes 194/6
    36.6 he goes for it once again, clearing the front leg for the big heave-ho, but this time he's gone squarer, and there's more pitch to clear over there ... Hales steadies himself on the rope, and New Zealand lose their fifth! 191/5
    42.5 flogged across the line, Anderson had to have a go, but he's holed out to deep midwicket! That, right there, is the game 211/8
    41 stumped off a wide! Santner charged out of his crease, Rashid saw him coming, speared his googly out of his reach, and that's a smart gather from Buttler as he whips off the bails! 205/7
    44.1 an ambitious spank down the ground, Plunkett keeps picking off the wickets! Miscued off the splice to a tumbling Rashid at mid-on. Start the car! 223/9
    44.3 wide on the crease, a round-house pull, a spiralling top-edge, Roy claims the catch at deep midwicket, and England have qualified for the Champions Trophy semi-finals! 223/10
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    Extras
    16 (b 4, lb 8, w 4)
    TOTAL
    223 all out (44.3 Overs, RR: 5.01)
    Fall of wickets: 1-1 (L Ronchi, 0.4 ov), 2-63 (MJ Guptill, 13.3 ov), 3-158 (KS Williamson, 30.2 ov), 4-168 (LRPL Taylor, 33.4 ov), 5-191 (JDS Neesham, 36.6 ov), 6-194 (NT Broom, 37.6 ov), 7-205 (MJ Santner, 41 ov), 8-211 (CJ Anderson, 42.5 ov), 9-223 (AF Milne, 44.1 ov), 10-223 (TG Southee, 44.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JT Ball8.023123.87304000
    MA Wood9.003213.55322000
    LE Plunkett9.305545.78243100
    BA Stokes8.004615.75246030
    AU Rashid10.004724.70283010

Match Notes

Williamson's hot streak

5

Consecutive 50-plus scores for Kane Williamson in ODIs v England: 93, 118, 90, 50, 50* (today).

Advantage England

2-10

New Zealand's win-loss record when chasing targets between 290 and 330 in ODIs since January 2005

Par for course

11

Instances of England posting 300+ totals, out of the last 13 ODI innings when they have batted first

Buttler the biffer

16

Fifty-plus scores for Buttler at a strike rate of 100 or more, out of the 18 times he has topped 50 in ODIs

Root's stunning form

69.09

Joe Root's ODI average since the start of 2016. in 26 innings he has gone past 50 on 16 occasions

Tough for Southee

48.45

Tim Southee's ODI bowling average since the 2015 World Cup. In 23 matches he has taken only 24 wickets

Evenly matched

5-5

The win-loss head-to-head in the last ten ODIs between England and New Zealand. In ODI world tournaments, though, NZ have won 6 of the last 7