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'We can get something from this game' - Anderson (1:06)
McGlashan: Williamson's magnificent hundred highlighted rainy day (1:19)
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1dThe Report by Nikhil Kalro

Rain ruins second day after Williamson's record century

New Zealand's best Test batsman Kane Williamson brightened up a gloomy day in Auckland with his 18th Test hundred, passing Martin Crowe and Ross Taylor to become the country's leading century-maker

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1dThe Report by Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai

Gunn, Sciver and Beaumont thrash Australia

Jenny Gunn's three-wicket haul limited Australia to 149 for 8, before unbeaten half-centuries from Sciver and Beaumont powered England to an eight-wicket victory

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1dThe Report by Nikhil Kalro

Rain frustrates New Zealand, gives England hope

Just 17 balls were possible on the third day at Eden Park as steady rain and a damp outfield forced the umpires to call play off at 6.45 pm, five hours after the first shower

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Five England batting debacles

Abysmal in Auckland, traumatised in Trinidad... We take a quick tour of some of the worst England batting performances of recent memory

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Morgan to lead World XI in fundraising T20I

The match, against West Indies at Lord's on May 31, will raise funds towards restoration efforts in parts of the Caribbean hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September last year

England gone in 94 minutes! (1:20)
WATCH - Williamson's stunning one-handed catch (0:37)
Bowling out England for 58 was 'surreal' - Boult (0:34)
WATCH - Broad's 400th Test wicket (0:40)
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2dAndrew McGlashan in Auckland

Swing special prolongs England's dire summer down under

England have had a tough time away from home in Test cricket of late. Following Boult and Southee's masterclass in swing bowling, there's little to indicate that Auckland will be any different

WATCH - How England collapsed for 58 (1:39)
McGlashan: One of New Zealand's greatest days (1:23)
England batted extremely badly - Bayliss (0:57)
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2dThe Report by Nikhil Kalro

Boult, Southee and Williamson bury England

Trent Boult and Tim Southee combined to bowl England out for 58, their sixth-lowest Test total. Kane Williamson then led their batting charge with a delectable, unbeaten 91

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How England collapsed for 58

Ball-by-ball descriptions of England's dismissals as they slumped to their sixth-lowest Test total

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