Ben Stokes inspire l’Angleterre à la victoire dans le troisième ODI à l’Oval grâce à une brillante performance


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Ben Stokes a marqué son premier siècle en ODI depuis 2017, inspirant l’Angleterre à remporter une victoire contre la Nouvelle-Zélande au Oval. L’Angleterre cherche à confirmer sa victoire impressionnante au Ageas Bowl avec une autre victoire contre la Nouvelle-Zélande lors de la troisième rencontre de cette série de quatre matchs au Oval cet après-midi.

Liam Livingstone a été la star de l’Angleterre à Southampton, ancrant l’équipe avec un innings remarquable de 95* sur 78 livraisons dans une première manche affectée par la pluie. Ses exploits étaient nécessaires après que Trent Boult ait réduit l’Angleterre à 8-3, mais Livingstone, soutenu par de bons coups de Moeen Ali et Sam Curran, a permis aux hôtes d’atteindre 226-7.

En réponse, la Nouvelle-Zélande a perdu des guichets réguliers et n’a pu marquer que 147 tous sortis malgré une demi-centaine combative de Daryl Mitchell. La victoire de l’Angleterre laisse cette série délicatement équilibrée alors que les équipes se préparent pour la troisième ODI cet après-midi, avec Jos Buttler espérant que ses batteurs de haut de classement retrouveront leur forme avant la Coupe du monde de cricket en octobre.

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Il n’est pas surprenant que Ben Stokes soit capable de quelque chose d’exceptionnel. Cependant, cela n’enlève rien à sa performance exceptionnelle avec la batte lors du troisième ODI contre la Nouvelle-Zélande au Oval, où l’Angleterre a remporté la victoire avec une avance de 181 courses.

Lorsque l’Angleterre fait appel à lui, il répond présent. Il n’y a pas beaucoup de meilleurs moments pour retrouver une forme exceptionnelle que la veille d’une Coupe du monde, peu importe le fait qu’il ait repris sa retraite des ODI juste pour le tournoi.

Ce n’était que son troisième match de 50 overs depuis qu’il a inversé sa décision de se retirer du format, et il était en forme exceptionnelle en établissant un nouveau record anglais avec 182 courses contre la Nouvelle-Zélande sur 124 balles, alors que les hôtes ont marqué 368 points.

L’Angleterre s’envolera bientôt pour l’Inde, cherchant à défendre le titre remporté de manière mémorable en 2019, et si quelqu’un doutait de la capacité de Stokes à reprendre immédiatement dans un format qu’il n’a pas joué depuis la prise du capitanat des tests, il aurait tort.

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Ben Stokes a donné un avertissement à ses rivaux envers l’Angleterre pour la Coupe du monde avec un record de 182 courses contre la Nouvelle-Zélande moins d’un mois après avoir repris sa retraite des ODI.

Stokes, ne jouant que son troisième match de 50 overs un an après avoir abandonné le format, était en forme brutale alors qu’il déchargeait neuf six et 15 fours pour réaliser le plus gros score jamais réalisé par un batteur anglais.

Le capitaine de test était l’homme clé de l’Angleterre en 2019 et semble prêt à reprendre ce rôle en Inde le mois prochain après avoir balayé les toiles d’araignée du format ODI avec une manche de 124 balles qui a propulsé les hôtes à un total de 368.

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La domination complète de l’Angleterre sur la Nouvelle-Zélande s’est poursuivie alors que les visiteurs ont été renvoyés tous sortis pour un total de 187 points. L’Angleterre a rapidement pris le contrôle dans le bowling et les batteurs néo-zélandais, à l’exception de Phillips, n’ont pas réussi à marquer des totaux importants.

Suivez notre blog en direct pour obtenir des réactions, des citations et le rapport complet du match qui s’est déroulé dans le sud de Londres. #AngleterrevsNouvelle-Zélande #LeOval #Résultat #VictoireDomination

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Ben Stokes scored his first ODI century since 2017 as England take charge against New Zealand at the Oval (Getty Images)

Ben Stokes scored his first ODI century since 2017 as England take charge against New Zealand at the Oval (Getty Images)

England are looking to back up their impressive win at the Ageas Bowl with another victory over New Zealand when the two teams meet at The Oval this afternoon for the third one day international in this four match series.

Liam Livingstone was the star for England at Southampton, anchoring the innings with a wonderfully worked 95* from 78 deliveries in a rain-affected first innings. His heroics were needed after Trent Boult had earlier reduced England to 8-3 but Livingstone, backed up by decent knocks from Moeen Ali and Sam Curran saw the hosts up to 226-7.

In reply New Zealand lost constant wickets and could only muster 147 all out despite a fighting half-century from Daryl Mitchell. England’s win leaves this series delicately poised as the teams take to the field for the third ODI this afternoon with Jos Buttler hoping his top order batters rediscover their form ahead of the Cricket World Cup in October.

Follow all the latest live coverage of today’s match in the live blog below:

England vs New Zealand LIVE: New Zealand in England 2023 updates

  • Toss: New Zealand win the toss and choose to bowl

  • Wicket! Bairstow. England 0-1

  • Wicket! Root, England 13-2

  • Malan 50! England 106-2

  • Stokes 50! England 119-2

  • Stokes 100! England 207-2

  • Wicket! Malan out for 96, England 212-3

  • Wicket! Buttler out for 38, England 290-4

  • Stokes 150! England 307-4

  • Wicket! Stokes out for 182! England 348-6

  • England all out for 368

  • Wicket! Young out for 12! New Zealand 18-1

  • Wicket! Conway out for 9! New Zealand 24-2

  • Wicket! Nicholls out for 4! New Zealand 28-3

  • England win by 181 runs

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:32 , Sonia Twigg

Sonia Twigg’s report from the Oval:

It should come as no surprise that Ben Stokes is capable of something special. But that does not detract from his record-breaking batting masterclass in the third ODI against New Zealand at the Oval as England won by 181 runs.

When England call, he answers. There are few better times to find exceptional form than on the eve of a World Cup, never mind that he has come out of ODI retirement just for the tournament.

It was only his third 50-over match since reversing his decision to retire from the format, and he was in exceptional form on his way to setting a new England record with 182 against New Zealand from 124 balls, as the hosts put on 368.

England will soon get on the plane to India, looking to defend the title they won in such memorable fashion back in 2019, and if anyone was in any doubt over Stokes’ ability to pick up immediately in a format he has not played since taking over the Test captaincy, they would be mistaken.

Ben Stokes breaks England record in dominant ODI win over New Zealand

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:29 , Sonia Twigg

Stokes on the knee: “Obviously I’ve been asked a lot about my knee, so I just said (I would get it sorted) but I knew that I would be playing in these games and potentially in the World Cup when I said that.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:25 , Sonia Twigg

Stokes on the knee: “Obviously I’ve been asked a lot about my knee, so I just said (I would get it sorted) but I knew that I would be playing in these games and potentially in the World Cup when I said that.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:24 , Sonia Twigg

Stokes: “I’d prefer not to go in that early because I want to see all the other lads at the top go well as well.

“I don’t think I’ve changed too much from when I used to play one day cricket. I think going out at number four I’ll continue to go out with exactly the same attitude I did at number five.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:22 , Sonia Twigg

Stokes: “I think the most diffcult thing was how much time there actaully. there was a time when I was scoring freely and I felt like I wanted to keep going but realising how many overs you actually had that was the thing.

“Just realising how much more time I have – in Test cricket when I get on those kind of roles I’m usually batting with the lower order so I have to keep going.

“But this time we had lots of time left.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:21 , Sonia Twigg

On the apology to Roy: “I don’t think there was too much to it. Both of us we’re not too fussed about stuff like that I think.”

Stokes added: “I think this is the first time that I’ve been clear in my mind that that’s the one thing I can focus on, over the last 18 months it’s been ‘will I bowl, will I not bowl’ but now I can just focus on that and put all my energy into that.

“Having that clarity in my head contributes to that.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:19 , Sonia Twigg

Ben Stokes: “I mean individual stuff like that not too fussed about but it’s good to come back in after a while out and put in a good contribution to us winning the game.

“I think today was good for me personally just to get familiarity again with how 50 over cricket goes. We start and we lose a few quick wickets and then to go out and put them under a bit of pressure. There was a couple of times I had to check myself when I looked up and there were still 23 or 24 overs left.

“You actually have way more time than you think. So I think from that game awareness, game smartness, today was good.”

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:13 , Sonia Twigg

Ben Stokes sent out a World Cup warning to England’s rivals with a record-breaking 182 against New Zealand less than a month after reversing his ODI retirement.

Stokes, playing just his third 50-over match a year after walking away from the format, was in brutal form as he unloaded nine sixes and 15 fours on his way to the biggest score by an English batter.

The Test captain was England’s key man in 2019 and looks ready to reprise the role in India next month after blowing the one-day cobwebs away with a match-winning 124-ball innings that fired the hosts to 368.

Ben Stokes breaks England record in dominant ODI win over New Zealand

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

20:09 , Sonia Twigg

Just a reminder that these two players will face each other in the first World Cup match on October 5 in India.

England win by 181 runs v New Zealand at the Oval

19:52 , Sonia Twigg

Stay tuned for some reaction, quotes and the full match report from the match in south London.

England vs New Zealand

19:51

New Zealand need 182 runs to win from 11.0 overs

England vs New Zealand

19:51

38.6

OUT! Stumped. Liam Livingstone to Ben Lister. Off break length ball, off stump on the front foot Slog, missed, by Buttler.

England win by 181 runs, New Zealand bowled out for 187

19:50 , Sonia Twigg

Lister was caught behind for 4, and New Zealand are all out, England have utterly dominated since the destructive partnership between Malan and Stokes.

When it came to the bowling England made the key early inroads and New Zealand batters – with the exception of Phillips – were unable to post significant totals.

England vs New Zealand

19:49

38.5

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, top edge in the air uncontrolled to backward point for 1 run, mis-fielded by Atkinson.

England vs New Zealand

19:49

38.4

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, middle stump on the back foot working, mis-timed back to bowler for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:48

38.2

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to point for no runs, fielded by Atkinson.

England vs New Zealand

19:48

37.6

Reece Topley to Ben Lister. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to long off for 2 runs, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:47

37.5

Reece Topley to Ben Lister. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot driving, inside edge back to bowler for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:46

37.4

Reece Topley to Ben Lister. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to mid off for no runs, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:46

37.3

Reece Topley to Lockie Ferguson. Off cutter length ball, off stump on the back foot working, hit pad to leg gully for 1 run, shy attempt by Buttler, fielded by Malan.

England vs New Zealand

19:45

37.2

Reece Topley to Ben Lister. Short, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to third man for 1 run, fielded by Woakes.

England vs New Zealand

19:44

36.6

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, bottom edge to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:44

36.5

Liam Livingstone to Ben Lister. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to deep point for 1 run, fielded by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

19:43

36.4

OUT! Caught. Liam Livingstone to Trent Boult. Off break length ball, outside off stump down the track driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to extra cover, caught by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:42

36.3

Liam Livingstone to Trent Boult. Off break back of a length, outside off stump down the track pushing, to point for no runs, fielded by Stokes.

Wicket! Boult out for 2! New Zealand 181 for 9, still trail by 187

19:42 , Sonia Twigg

And that’s the breakthrough England had been hoping for.

Boult jsut trying to hit over the top and was caught by Moeen Ali off the bowling of Liam Livingstone, just the one more wicket required now by England.

New Zealand 179-8 (36), Ferguson 3, Boult 2, still need 184 to win

19:41 , Sonia Twigg

Things are still just meandering along here at the Oval, there is very little life in the game and the enthusiasm from the crowd has dipped to the extent that numbers have already started leaving.

England need just two more wickets to seal the victory, after a stunning first innings,

England vs New Zealand

19:41

36.2

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break full toss, down leg side on the front foot working, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Topley.

England vs New Zealand

19:41

36.1

Wide Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, down leg side on the front foot glancing, Play and Miss (Leg Side) for 1 run, mis-fielded by Buttler.

England vs New Zealand

19:40

35.6

Reece Topley to Trent Boult. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot working, mis-timed to silly mid on for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:39

35.5

Reece Topley to Lockie Ferguson. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot working, to deep backward square leg for 1 run, fielded by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

19:38

35.3

Reece Topley to Trent Boult. Back of a length, down leg side backing away cutting, mis-timed to deep backward point for 1 run, mis-fielded by Stokes, fielded by Woakes.

England vs New Zealand

19:37

35.1

Reece Topley to Lockie Ferguson. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot defending, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:36

34.6

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, middle stump down the track driving, mis-timed to long off for 1 run, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

19:36

34.5

Liam Livingstone to Lockie Ferguson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, back to bowler for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:35

34.3

Liam Livingstone to Trent Boult. Off break half volley, middle stump on the front foot working, mis-timed to short fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Malan.

England vs New Zealand

19:34

34.2

OUT! L.B.W. Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break back of a length, middle stump on the back foot pulling, hit pad.

Wicket! Phillips out for 72! New Zealand 173 for 8, still need 196 to win, Livingstone 1-9

19:33 , Sonia Twigg

Engand have reviewed a decision for lbw on Phillips, just moments after he was handed a reprieve.

However this time, the batter was not so fortunate and he was out lbw by Liam Livingstone for a well-played 72.

England vs New Zealand

19:32

34.1

APPEAL! Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, middle stump on the front foot working, inside edge to short third man for no runs, fielded by Topley, appeal made for L.B.W.

Reprieve, New Zeland 173-7.

19:31 , Sonia Twigg

New Zealand review the decision after Phillips was struck on the pads from Livingstone, and given out lbw by the on-field umpire.

On the review it showed the ball hitting pad and bat at the same time, and Phillips was handed a reprieve.

England still with three more wickets to take.

England vs New Zealand

19:29

33.6

Reece Topley to Lockie Ferguson. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot driving, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:27

33.5

OUT! Caught. Reece Topley to Kyle Jamieson. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot driving, outside edge, caught by Buttler.

Wicket! Jamieson out for 14! New Zealand 173-7, need 196 to win

19:27 , Sonia Twigg

The decision to bring back the pace of Reece Topley has paid off straight away!

Jamieson edges behind and England inch closer towards victory at the Oval.

England vs New Zealand

19:26

33.4

Reece Topley to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Atkinson.

England vs New Zealand

19:26

33.3

Reece Topley to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for 2 runs, mis-fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:25

33.2

Reece Topley to Kyle Jamieson. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, hit pad for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:25

33.1

Reece Topley to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to backward point for no runs, fielded by Stokes.

New Zealand 166-6 (33), Phillips 72, Jamieson 12, Ali 1-43 (6) need 203 runs to win

19:23 , Sonia Twigg

Phillips has pulled out another big six over the leg side from Moeen Ali, and remains the only New Zealand batter to have offered any notable resistance to the England bowlers.

He has gone well while the wickets have collapsed around him and now seems to be dragging them towards a semi-respectable total.

England vs New Zealand

19:23

32.5

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to deep cover for 1 run, fielded by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

19:22

32.4

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, off stump on the front foot pushing, to extra cover for 1 run, mis-fielded by Stokes.

England vs New Zealand

19:21

32.2

SIX! Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot slog sweeping, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:20

31.6

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break half volley, down leg side on the front foot pushing, inside edge back to bowler for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:20

31.5

Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to deep cover for 1 run, fielded by Topley, mis-fielded by Buttler.

New Zealand 155-6 (32), Phillips 63, Jamieson 11, need 213 more runs to win

19:19 , Sonia Twigg

Phillips hits the first ball after the drinks break for four, from Moeen Ali.

But otherwise it continued to tick along as the sun set over the Vauxhall Road end.

England vs New Zealand

19:19

31.4

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to long off for 1 run, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:19

31.2

Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break half volley, down leg side on the front foot working, hit pad to short leg for no runs, fielded by Buttler.

England vs New Zealand

19:18

31.1

Wide Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break half volley, down leg side on the front foot glancing, Play and Miss (Leg Side) for 1 run, fielded by Buttler.

England vs New Zealand

19:18

31.1

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to deep point for 1 run, fielded by Topley.

England vs New Zealand

19:17

30.6

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Livingstone.

England vs New Zealand

19:16

30.4

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

19:16

30.3

FOUR! Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, well timed past deep backward point for 4 runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:16

30.2

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, to leg on the back foot working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Malan.

England vs New Zealand

19:15

30.1

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, off stump on the back foot flick, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Woakes.

England vs New Zealand

19:12

29.6

Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break half volley, off stump on the front foot driving, to extra cover for 1 run, fielded by Malan.

New Zealand 143-6 (30), Phillips 55, Jamieson 7, Livingstone 0-4 (1), need 226 to win

19:11 , Sonia Twigg

A first introduction with the ball from Liam Livingstone from the Vauxhall Road end, but New Zealand have continued to just knock the ball around and England still need 4 wickets.

England vs New Zealand

19:11

29.5

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, off stump on the back foot driving, mis-timed to long off for 1 run, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:11

29.4

Liam Livingstone to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, mis-timed to deep cover for 1 run, fielded by Topley.

England vs New Zealand

19:10

29.2

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to long off for 1 run, fielded by Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:10

29.1

Liam Livingstone to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, back to bowler for no runs.

New Zealand 139-6 (29), Phillips 53, Jamieson 5, Ali 1-25 (4), need 229 to win

19:09 , Sonia Twigg

New Zealand are digging in here, but the crowd are already starting to trickle out of the Oval with the result all but a certainty.

That has not stopped the Kiwis though, and Phillips has brought up a well-worked half century, from 57 balls, his second ODI 50. He has succeeded where other wickets have fallen rapidly.

England vs New Zealand

19:08

28.6

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to mid off for no runs, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

19:08

28.5

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, mis-timed to deep point for 1 run, fielded by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

19:07

28.3

FOUR! Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, well timed past deep extra cover for 4 runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:06

28.2

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break half volley, outside off stump on the front foot working, to long on for 1 run.

England vs New Zealand

19:06

28.1

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, off stump on the back foot flick, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

19:05

27.6

Sam Curran to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to mid on for no runs, fielded by Livingstone.

New Zealand 131-6 (28), Jamieson 3, Phillips 47, Curran 1-32 (6), need 238 to win

19:05 , Sonia Twigg

Curran has bowled from both ends today, and kept things relatively tidy, often changing it up between over and round the wicket to unsettle the batters.

Alnost another one, as Jaimeson loops one into the off side but its short of the fielder at midwicket.

England vs New Zealand

19:04

27.4

Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Length ball, outside off stump down the track working, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

19:03

27.3

Sam Curran to Kyle Jamieson. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot glancing, hit pad to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

19:02

27.1

Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot pushing, back to bowler for no runs.

New Zealand 128-6 (27), Jamieson 3, Phillips 45, Ali 1-17 (3), need 241 more runs to win.

19:01 , Sonia Twigg

While the batters have fallen around him, Phillips has dug in, and just unleashed a big six over mid on into the stand, I think that is the first of the Kiwi innings, off Ali.

England vs New Zealand

19:00

26.5

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, middle stump on the back foot defending, to silly mid on for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

19:00

26.4

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for 1 run, fielded by Bairstow.

England vs New Zealand

18:59

26.3

SIX! Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot slog sweeping, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs.

England vs New Zealand

18:59

26.2

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, to silly mid on for no runs.

New Zealand 120-6 (26), Phillips 38, Jamieson 2, Curran 1-30 (5), need 249 to win

18:58 , Sonia Twigg

England are still plugging away here, and it’s all gone a bit flat and feels a little bit routine.

It would be a great win for England, but just have to wait for it.

England vs New Zealand

18:58

26.1

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Livingstone.

England vs New Zealand

18:58

25.6

Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, missed for no runs, fielded by Buttler.

England vs New Zealand

18:57

25.5

Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, back to bowler for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

18:57

25.4

APPEAL! Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, hit pad to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Malan, appeal made for L.B.W.

England vs New Zealand

18:56

25.3

Sam Curran to Glenn Phillips. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Malan.

England vs New Zealand

18:55

25.2

Sam Curran to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to deep cover for 1 run, fielded by Topley.

England vs New Zealand

18:55

25.1

Sam Curran to Kyle Jamieson. Length ball, off stump on the back foot driving, to backward point for no runs, fielded by Stokes.

England vs New Zealand

18:53

24.6

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, well timed to deep cover for 2 runs, run save by Curran.

England vs New Zealand

18:53

24.5

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to silly mid off for no runs.

England vs New Zealand

18:52

24.3

Moeen Ali to Kyle Jamieson. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Woakes.

England vs New Zealand

18:50

24.2

OUT! Bowled. Moeen Ali to Rachin Ravindra. Off break length ball, off stump on the back foot cutting, missed.

Wicket! Ravindra out for 28! New Zealand 116 for 6, need 253 to win

18:50 , Sonia Twigg

Moeen Ali strikes! It was a bizarre shot decsision from Ravindra, who went back across his stumps as if to pull then tried to cut at the last minute and the ball went on to hit middle stump.

England are rattling through them here and this has been a complete and dominant performance.

England vs New Zealand

18:49

24.1

Moeen Ali to Glenn Phillips. Off break half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for 1 run, run save by Root.

England vs New Zealand

18:48

23.6

FOUR! Sam Curran to Rachin Ravindra. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep backward square leg for 4 runs, mis-fielded by Woakes.

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