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Kane Williamson, Trent Boult provide only resistance as New Zealand remains Australia's bunny

Kane Williamson taking on, and knocking out, Mitchell Starc will permanently become part of the highlight reels of the 2021 T20 World Cup final. Of the ten fours and three sixes Williamson willed away with his dodgy elbow, there is one that did not come against Starc, and one that will likely be forgotten. It is also one that perhaps best brings out his T20 batting genius, or plainly, his genius.
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Trent Boult could return to New Zealand XI for second England Test, says coach Gary Stead

Boult missed the first drawn Test at Lord's after opting to spend time with family following the Indian Premier League's suspension. Stead had said before the first Test that Boult would probably miss the two-Test series, but on Monday he said the bowler, who joined the squad late last week, could be available after he was out of isolation earlier than expected.
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Trent Boult set to miss England series to focus on World Test Championship final

New Zealand coach Gary Stead expects Trent Boult to miss the upcoming series against England with a view to being fresh for the inaugural World Test Championship final against India. The left-arm seamer was given special dispensation to skip this week’s first Test against England at Lord’s after returning home...

Trent Boult set to miss New Zealand's first Test versus England this summer

While other members of the Kiwi contingent involved in the Indian Premier League will be travelling straight from India to England, including captain Kane Williamson, Boult will return to New Zealand to see his family before flying over. Boult could miss both of his side's matches against England, beginning on...

Trent Boult and Rahul Chahar inspire Mumbai Indians to narrow IPL victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad

Trent Boult (3-28) and Rahul Chahar (3-19) both starred with the ball for Mumbai, who posted 150-5 from their 20 overs after electing to bat at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium. Quinton de Kock (40), Kieron Pollard (35*) and Rohit Sharma (32) all contributed with the bat, although Sunrisers recovered impressively from a challenging start to restrict Mumbai's star-studded line-up, with Vijay Shankar (2-19) the pick of their attack.