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England player ratings v New Zealand: Nightmare for James Bracey but strong signs for Rory Burns

England slumped to their first Test series defeat on home soil since 2014 as they surrendered to New Zealand in meek fashion at Edgbaston. The result was already a certainty when the teams arrived at the ground for day four, with Saturday's batting collapse settling matters in the tourists' favour. Tom Latham, captaining a weakened side in the absence of world number one batsman Kane Williamson won the match with a steer to the third man boundary.
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Rory Burns hails Dan Lawrence's 'flair' and 'impressive' shot-making as the Essex batsman got England out of trouble with superb 67 not out on a mixed opening day of the second Test

A stylish half-century from Dan Lawrence dug England out of a hole on a topsy-turvy opening day of the second Test against New Zealand at Edgbaston. In front of a crowd of more than 15,000 — one of the Government’s Covid pilot schemes for large-scale events — the Essex batsman finished on 67 not out to help England rebuild after left-arm seamer Trent Boult had helped reduce them to 175 for six shortly after tea.
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Rory Burns impressed with Dan Lawrence’s innings at Edgbaston

Rory Burns top-scored as England battled out an evenly-poised first day of the second Test against New Zealand, but was more impressed by a sparky knock from Dan Lawrence late in the day. Burns put in a solid shift for his side at Edgbaston, batting out more than two full...
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Rory Burns stands firm for England after New Zealand hit back in second Test

Rory Burns provided England with some much-needed backbone on day one of the second Test against New Zealand making an unbeaten half-century in a tea score of 152 for four. Burns, fresh from a century at Lord’s, reached 73 not out after two sessions, as a heavily rotated New Zealand attack pressed the hosts hard at Edgbaston.
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Dan Lawrence scores classy unbeaten 67 to put up resistance for England after collapse as Rory Burns also makes gutsy 81 against New Zealand on the first day of series-deciding Test at Edgbaston

A bad week off the field was in danger of getting worse on it as England's fragile batsmen fluffed their lines in front of a big, noisy crowd at their favourite ground. But, with a crisis over historic tweets quickly being followed by a traditional batting collapse, at least one of their young guns provided the entertainment promised by Joe Root.
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Rory Burns and Dan Lawrence come to England rescue as fans flock to Edgbaston

A stoic knock from Rory Burns and an evening flourish from Dan Lawrence prevented England from flopping against New Zealand in front of their biggest home crowd since 2019. Burns compiled a hard-fought 81 and Lawrence picked up the mantle to finish with an eye-catching 67 not out from number six, leaving the hosts 258 for seven on day one of the series-deciding second Test.
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Dom Sibley and Rory Burns give England solid start to second Test

Dom Sibley and Rory Burns batted throughout the morning session of England’s second Test against New Zealand, cheered along by the biggest home crowd since 2019 as they reached 67 without loss at Edgbaston. As a nominated government pilot event there were 17,000 fans in attendance as the stadium operated...
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Rory Burns happy with ‘quite good day’ after his century keeps England in Test

Rory Burns dragged England to a respectable first-innings total of 275 before becoming the last man to fall for 132 in an intriguing fourth day at Lord’s. The day started in the worst manner possible for the hosts, Kyle Jamieson taking the wicket of their captain Joe Root with the very first ball. They endured a torrid opening hour, crumbling from 111 for two overnight to 140 for six and at one stage losing three wickets for no runs in a little over three overs.
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Rory Burns hails ‘special’ hundred in front of baby daughter

Rory Burns took immense satisfaction from crowning his England recall with a battling century in front of his wife and baby daughter on the penultimate day of the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s. Burns, who was dropped midway through the India tour last winter after a run of...
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Rory Burns leads England resistance after Tim Southee burst at Lord’s

Rory Burns battled to a defiant century on his England recall after Tim Southee had swung the momentum in New Zealand’s favour on the penultimate day of the first Test at Lord’s. Burns, who was dropped midway through the tour of India last winter following five single-figure scores in eight...
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Tim Southee and Rory Burns take headlines while Ollie Robinson impresses again

Rory Burns battled to a defiant century on his England recall after Tim Southee had swung the momentum in New Zealand’s favour on the penultimate day of the first Test at Lord’s. Burns, who was dropped midway through the tour of India last winter following five single-figure scores in eight...