New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Jamieson will miss the final Test against England later this month after suffering a stress reaction in his back.The 27-year-old suffered the injury while bowling on day three of the second Test, which ended on Tuesday as England completed a thrilling final-day run chase to take victory by five wickets, moving 2-0 up in the series.Jamieson had batted on the morning of the final day but, hampered by his injury, was one of two early victims for Stuart Broad as New Zealand left the hosts chasing 299 for victory in the second innings.He will now...
The towering New Zealand bowler’s almost mythic qualities will be a major hurdle for England to negotiate if they are to secure victory in the first Test at Lord’s
Auckland [New Zealand], August 10 (ANI): New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, pacers Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson and Lockie Ferguson will skip the Pakistan white-ball series slated to be played in September this year. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) chief executive David White has confirmed that Kiwi players involved in the Indian...
Kyle Jamieson has played down reports that Virat Kohli asked him to bowl to him with the Dukes ball when the pair were playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore during the IPL. The story emerged in the lead up to the World Test Championship, in which Jamieson was named Player of the Match and twice claimed Kohli’s wicket.
Kyle Jamieson makes a crucial breakthrough for New Zealand with the wicket of India skipper Virat Kohli on the final day of the World Test Championship final. FOLLOW LIVE: New Zealand v India - in-play clips, live text & radio commentary. Available to UK users only.
Kyle Jamieson produced a huge double strike as New Zealand made their move on the sixth and final day of the World Test Championship final against India. The 6ft 8in seamer already had a superb five-wicket haul in the bag from the first innings and roared back to claim both overnight batsmen – skipper Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara – in a classy morning spell at the Ageas Bowl.
The sounds of the Bharat Army’s drummers rung around the Ageas Bowl on the third day of the World Test Championship final and in the end this energy finally told, India striking moments before bad light ended proceedings at 6.27pm to peg back New Zealand’s march towards a position of strength.
Kyle Jamieson claimed a brilliant five-wicket haul as New Zealand seized the initiative on day three of the World Test Championship final against India. The 6fit 8in paceman finished with sensational figures of five for 31 in 22 overs as the Black Caps dismissed their rivals for 217 at the Ageas Bowl.
ICC World Test Championship final: India's Virat Kohli is trapped lbw by Kyle Jamieson of New Zealand
Virat Kohli is trapped lbw by Kyle Jamieson as the Indian captain is out for 44 in the ICC World Test Championship final in Southampton. FOLLOW LIVE: New Zealand v India - in-play clips, live text & radio commentary. Available to UK users only.
Kyle Jamieson took two big wickets as New Zealand seized the initiative to leave India 211 for seven on the third morning of the World Test Championship final. With a combination of rain and bad light limiting the sides to just 64.4 overs across the first two days, the occasion was in desperate need of acceleration and Jamieson was quick to put up his hand to force the issue.
New Zealand's Kyle Jamieson takes two India wickets in successive balls while also completing a five-wicket haul during the ICC World Test Championship final in Southampton. FOLLOW LIVE: New Zealand v India - in-play clips, live text & radio commentary. Available to UK users only.
Watch highlights as Kyle Jamieson's four wickets help New Zealand wrestle the initiative from India on a fascinating third day of the ICC World Test Championship final. REPORT: New Zealand edge gripping third day against India. Available to UK users only.
Kyle Jamieson produced a seam-bowling masterclass as New Zealand seized the initiative on day three of the World Test Championship final against India. The 6ft 8in paceman from Auckland wrapped up sensational figures of five for 31 in 22 relentless overs as India were dismissed for 217 at the Ageas Bowl.
Despite resuming on 146-3, India were bowled out for 217 as Jamieson - starring in just his eighth Test match - produced figures of 5-31 from 22 overs. In response, it was another New Zealand newcomer that impressed, with Devon Conway (54) making his third 50+ score in just his fifth Test innings as the Black Caps closed on 101-2 following a compelling third day.
New Zealand seamer Kyle Jamieson accepted neither side have taken control of the World Test Championship final after leading the Black Caps efforts in the field against India on day two. The rivals were making up for lost time after Friday’s play was washed out and while both were able...