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England v New Zealand 1st Test 2022

England v New Zealand 1st Test 2022

England v New Zealand, 1st Test, Lord’s, Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th June 2022.

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England v New Zealand 1st Test, Lord’s

Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th June 2022

New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat

Lord’s Scorecard


England won by 5 wickets

1st Test Match News

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  1. Tom Latham
  2. Will Young
  3. Kane Williamson (Captain)
  4. Devon Conway
  5. Daryl Mitchell
  6. Tom Blundell (Wk)
  7. Colin de Grandhomme
  8. Kyle Jamieson
  9. Tim Southee
  10. Ajaz Patel
  11. Trent Boult


  1. Zak Crawley
  2. Alex Lees
  3. Ollie Pope
  4. Joe Root
  5. Jonny Bairstow
  6. Ben Stokes (Captain)
  7. Ben Foakes (Wk)
  8. Matthew Potts
  9. Jack Leach (Withdrawn Injured)
  10. Stuart Broad
  11. James Anderson
Injury Replacements

  1. Matthew Parkinson
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Travel Safe

** 1st Test Lord’s Reports **

Bracewell retained for first Test | Squad reduced for series

England name XI for first Test versus New Zealand

England’s chance to walk the walk against a New Zealand team in transition


Thursday 2nd June 2022

Leach withdrawn from Test after suffering concussion symptoms

‘Still felt like we were in the game’ – Kyle Jamieson on New Zealand fightback

England’s entertainers get carried away with new-found Test zest


Friday 3rd June 2022

To leave or not to leave: Mitchell and Blundell answer the question

England left longing for X-Factor as new Test management face up to home truths

New Zealand firmly on top against England, taking lead to 227


Saturday 4th June 2022

Jamieson stands tall but de Grandhomme epitomises New Zealand pain

Stuart Broad delivers on promise to give his all in Test comeback

England need 61 more runs to beat New Zealand


Sunday 5th June 2022

Williamson philosophical after ‘knife-edge’ Test slips away from New Zealand

This is what me and Brendon are trying to work towards

Root’s century steers England to five-wicket victory