ENG vs NZ, 1st Test: The Black Caps won the toss, Devon Conway makes debut for kiwis

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ENG vs NZ, 1st Test: Devon Conway makes debut for New Zealand

ENG vs NZ, 1st Test: Devon Conway made his debut for Kane Williamson led New Zealand in the ongoing first Test match against England being played at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium.

Devon Conway will open the batting along with Tom Latham as New Zealand won the toss & elected to bat first under the bright clear sky at Lord’s. After winning the toss, New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson said, “There are always a few things to consider here. Looks like a reasonable surface. We have gone with Satner & De Grandhomme as two all-rounders for us. It has been mixed in terms of the weather. The guys have been working really very hard. Our focus is on this series. We know how strong the England team is. It’s all about trying to stick to our plans as best we can”.

On the other hand, England’s Captain Joe Root said, “We would have batted as but we heaven opportunity to make use of some fresh grass on that wickets. It’s great to have a crowd in really special for everyone involved. Jack Leach misses out & we are going to play four-seamers. When you have a player like him, he fills three positions in many ways, but this is a chance for guys to come in & prove they are capable at this level”.

James Bracey & Ollie Robinson are the two players who are making a debut for England in the ongoing ENG vs NZ, 1st test match. On Tuesday ECB has announced that pacer Stuart Broad will be England’s vice-captain for the ongoing two-match Test series against New Zealand.

After the conclusion of the ENG vs NZ test series, New Zealand will come into a face-off with India in the final of the WTC starting on June 18 at Southampton. Whereas England will come into a face-off with India in a five-match test series beginning on August 4 in England.

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