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England vs New Zealand: Zak Crawley out for four

England's response to New Zealand's 553 gets off to a bad start with opener Zak Crawley dismissed by Trent Boult for just four on day two of the second Test at Trent Bridge. FOLLOW LIVE: New Zealand resume on 318-4 against England - clips, radio & text. Available to UK...
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Zak Crawley: England opener faces big series against New Zealand, says Nasser Hussain

Zak Crawley faces a "big two or three games" as England opener, says Nasser Hussain, as the team face New Zealand in the first of three Test matches at Lord's on Thursday. England have won just one and lost 11 of their last 17 Tests, a run which led to the departures of managing director Ashley Giles and head coach Chris Silverwood following a 4-0 Ashes drubbing.
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County Championship: Zak Crawley hits 84 as Kent draw at Northants

LV= County Championship Division One, County Ground, Northampton (day four) Northamptonshire (12 pts) drew with Kent (13 pts) England opener Zak Crawley played himself into form with a second-innings 84 as Kent drew with Northamptonshire. While the intensity and pace of the bowling did not match what Crawley can expect...
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Zak Crawley rediscovers form as Kent’s clash with Northamptonshire is drawn

Kent’s Zak Crawley rediscovered some much-needed fluency at the crease against Northamptonshire, while Essex needed just 21 balls on the final day to wrap up victory over Lancashire.Crawley started the week averaging under 20 in this season’s LV= Insurance County Championship although he was still selected in England’s squad for next month’s first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s.And he followed up a first-innings 62 at Wantage Road with 84 on Sunday, sharing a 149-run opening stand alongside Ben Compton (68 not out), as this Division One clash petered out into a draw.Honours even in the Watling Street Derby 🤝Video...
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Zak Crawley ready to raise his game for England

Zak Crawley is ready to raise his game for England after a modest start to the county season and is eager to begin working with new Test coach Brendon McCullum. Bat has dominated ball for most of the LV= Insurance County Championship campaign but Crawley had found scores harder to come by with Kent until picking up 62 and 84 against Northamptonshire last week.
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‘I can’t wait to get going’: Zak Crawley ready to raise his game for England

Zak Crawley is ready to raise his game for England after a modest start to the county season and is eager to begin working with new Test coach Brendon McCullum.Bat has dominated ball for most of the County Championship campaign but Crawley had found scores harder to come by with Kent until picking up 62 and 84 against Northamptonshire last week.His next stop will be England’s first get together of the summer at Lord’s, having retained his opening slot for next month’s series against New Zealand.Crawley, who averages 30.20 in 10 innings this year and 28.60 after 21 Tests, is...
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Zak Crawley outdone by Ben Compton as Kent start strongly at Northamptonshire

England opener Zak Crawley was outshone by centurion Ben Compton as Kent made a strong start to their LV= Insurance County Championship clash with Northamptonshire.Crawley, who was named in a 13-man squad for next month’s first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s on Wednesday, made 62 before being caught behind off the bowling of Matthew Kelly with the score on 93.Fellow opener Compton, however, finished the day on 125 not out having put on 176 for the second wicket with Daniel Bell-Drummond as Kent reached 286 for two.Bowler Craig Overton top-scored with 44 on a day when Somerset’s decision to...
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Another day to forget in Antigua was at least one for England to savour. Only two wickets fell, the first of which closed West Indies first innings on 375 all out, before Zak Crawley and Joe Root compiled 193 runs for the second wicket in the tourists’ second innings to end Friday with a healthy lead of 153.Had the weather not washed out the 23.4 overs remaining, England might have been in control going into the final day. What frustration they may have at a stagnant pitch was dwarfed by the joy brought about by an accomplished second Test century...
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Zak Crawley and Joe Root put England on a firmer footing on day four of the first Test against the West Indies, sharing unbeaten half-centuries to move their side into the lead in Antigua.England began their second innings 64 runs behind after finally bowling out the hosts for 375, leaving their fragile top order with work to do.Having slumped to 48 for four on the first morning at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, a repeat performance would have been calamitous. But although debutant opener Alex Lees completed a disappointing start to his international career with a second cheap dismissal, twin...
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