New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is ruled out of the second Test against England on Friday after testing positive to COVID-19.
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New Zealand named a fit-again Kane Williamson as captain of their enlarged squad for the Test series in England, where he will hope the triumphs of a year earlier can be repeated.
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In the last 12 months, Kane Williamson led New Zealand to a World Test Championship victory and a second-place finish in Men's T20 World Cup.
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England's Stuart Broad was closing in on 550 Test wickets after striking in the first over of the match and then removing New Zealand captain Kane Williamson on the opening day of the series finale at…
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England's Stuart Broad was closing in on 550 Test wickets after striking in the first over of the match and then removing New Zealand captain Kane Williamson on the opening day of the series finale at Headingley on Thursday. New Zealand, already 2-0 ...
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Latham has led the New Zealand Test team in 9 games in the absence of Kane Williamson and amongst those 9 games the Kiwis have won on 4 occasions and they lost 4 games.
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England vs New Zealand: The Lord's Cricket Ground shared a clip of a young fan getting an opportunity to watch Kane Williamson train from up close.
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CHELSEA'S hopes of signing Neymar have been dealt a blow as new PSG boss Christophe Galtier is keen to keep the Brazilian.Neymar's future is up in the.
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Mathieu van der Poel believes nerves will play a part in Stage 5 of the Tour de France, with Peter Sagan eager to use his experience on the cobbles to his advantage.
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On Tuesday, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) presented Christophe Galtier as the club's new manager.
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The former Arsenal, Chelsea and England stars knows first hand what a pile-on feels like and tells Sam Cunningham she wants to stop the problem at source.
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Bitter rivals Claressa “GWOAT” Shields and Savannah “The Silent Assassin” Marshall went face to face and declared their intention to capture the undisputed middleweight world championship on Tuesday as they previewed their long awaited showdown during ...
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Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday appointed Christophe Galtier as their new head coach after the departure of Mauricio Pochettino.
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Rangers star Joe Aribo could leave Ibrox with Southampton opening talks to sign the midfielder in a deal that could cost £10million.
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Savannah Marshall insists she will not be intimidated ahead of her showdown with American rival Claressa Shields for the undisputed world middleweight championship on September 10, live on Sky Sports. After two days of media events to promote the ...
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Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly set his sights on a return to Premier League management after being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain.
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Kenny Shiels' side take on former world champions Norway on Thursday evening in Southampton in what will be a first major tournament outing for the women's team. Northern Ireland are the competition's lowest-ranked nation and face a considerable ...
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The 55-year-old, who has has developed a reputation as an outstanding coach over the last decade in France, becomes PSG's seventh different manager since the Qatari takeover of 2011.
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