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England v New Zealand 2nd Test 2021

England v New Zealand 2nd Test 2021

England v New Zealand 2nd Test 2021, Thursday 10th – Monday 14th June 2021.

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England v New Zealand 2nd Test, Edgbaston

Thursday 10th – Monday 14th June 2021

England won the toss and elected to bat

Edgbaston Scorecard


New Zealand won by 8 wickets

World Test Championship Table

England coat of arms New Zealand coat of arms


  1. Rory Burns
  2. Dom Sibley
  3. Zak Crawley
  4. Joe Root (Captain)
  5. Oliver Pope
  6. Dan Lawrence
  7. James Bracey (Wk)
  8. Mark Wood
  9. Oliver Stone
  10. Stuart Broad
  11. James Anderson


  1. Tom Latham (Captain)
  2. Devon Conway
  3. Will Young
  4. Ross Taylor
  5. Henry Nicholls
  6. Tom Blundell (Wk)
  7. Daryl Mitchell
  8. Neil Wagner
  9. Matt Henry
  10. Ajaz Patel
  11. Trent Boult
England flag New Zealand flag

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** 2nd Test Edgbaston Reports **

Let’s talk cricket for a bit as England-New Zealand series rests on Edgbaston Test

Williamson out of second Test; Latham to captain New Zealand

Anderson thought he ‘wasn’t good enough’ on debut,
as he closes in on England caps record


Thursday 10th June 2021

Burns, Lawrence repel New Zealand on bowlers’ day

New Zealand’s wholesale changes show immense strength in depth

Zak Crawley shows England’s batting woes in young line-up


Friday 11th June 2021

Conway and Young make it New Zealand’s day

England endure home discomfort as New Zealand raise the required standard

Conway, anatomy of another successful innings


Saturday 12th June 2021

Henry, Wagner bring New Zealand within sight of series win

England were ‘not good enough’ against New Zealand – Chris Silverwood

Fortress Edgbaston falls as England’s not-so-fancy batters crash the party


Sunday 13th June 2021

New Zealand romp to series victory as Tom Latham seals 38-run chase

Joe Root: England were ‘outplayed in all three departments’ by New Zealand

Proud home record ends as years of neglect cause England’s dam to break