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    Teams For 1st Test

    England:: Alastair Cook, Andrew Strauss, Michael Vaughan (capt), Kevin Pietersen, Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Tim Ambrose (wkt), Stuart Broad, Ryan Sidebottom, James Anderson, Monty Panesar


    New Zealand:: Aaron Redmond, Jamie How, James Marshall, Ross Taylor, Brendon McCullum (wkt), Daniel Flynn, Jacob Oram, Daniel Vettori (capt), Kyle Mills, Tim Southee, Chris Martin.


    Umpires: Simon Taufel (Australia) and Steve Bucknor (West Indies)

    TV umpire: Nigel Llong (England)

    Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)

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    McCullum sparks New Zealand revival against England

    LONDON: Brendon McCullum led a New Zealand fight back against England with a run-a-ball 97 to help his side to 208 for six when bad light ended the first day's play of the first Test at Lord's here Thursday.

    McCullum, who had seen New Zealand's top order fail again as they slumped to 109 for five at tea, on a day where rain meant there was no play before lunch, put on 99 for the sixth wicket with Jacob Oram.

    But three runs short of what would have been the wicket-keeper's third Test hundred, McCullum was bowled between bat and pad by a quicker delivery from left-arm spinner Monty Panesar.

    He hit two sixes and 13 fours, after coming in when New Zealand were in dire straits at 41 for three.

    At stumps, Oram was 23 not out and New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori unbeaten on five.

    Earlier, pace bowler James Anderson, after England captain Michael Vaughan had won the toss and decided to field first in overcast, seamer-friendly conditions, took three wickets for 27 runs in his first 10 overs.

    "If we can get to 300 that would be a fantastic effort after losing the toss on that wicket," said McCullum, whose side were playing their first Test since the retirement of former New Zealand captain and No 3 batsman Stephen Fleming.

    The vice-captain, 36 not out at tea, completed a 65-ball fifty, his ninth in 33 Tests, with eight fours.

    He then brought up a fifty stand in 70 balls with Oram by confidently driving left-arm quick Ryan Sidebottom, who took 24 wickets during England's 2-1 series win in New Zealand in March, down the ground.

    McCullum, whose two Test hundreds were scored against minnows Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, later lofted Panesar straight back over the bowler's head for the first six of the innings.

    He surpassed that stroke with a superb six over extra-cover off Broad.

    Anderson, who saw off competition for his place from Matthew Hoggard in a team unchanged from the side that won the third Test in New Zealand, removed debutant Aaron Redmond for a duck and fellow opener Jamie How for seven.

    He then bowled Daniel Flynn, the other debutant in New Zealand's team, round the left-hander's legs for nine shortly before tea.

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    Shane Bond injured hai kia ?

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    lolzzz

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    us gadhey ne icl join ki thi so banned

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    ohhhhhhhhhhhh.................acha
    bechara......Inteqal farma gaya.......

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    England's Sidebottom gets batting back-up in first Test


    LONDON: Ryan Sidebottom turned in a miserly spell of four wickets for five runs in 10.1 overs Friday as New Zealand were bowled out for 277 on the second day of the first Test here at Lord's.

    Openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook then built on Sidebottom's good work and England, at stumps, were 68 without loss.

    Strauss was 24 not out and fellow left-hander Cook 43 not out when a fifth stoppage in the day for bad light ended play prematurely, much to the annoyance of a crowd where some spectators had paid as much as 65 pounds (130 dollars) for a ticket.

    Cook was particularly harsh on Tim Southee, striking the pace bowler for three fours in an over in what was only the teenager's second Test.

    Considering New Zealand had been 104 for five, in overcast, seam-bowler friendly conditions after losing the toss, theirs was a fine recovery.

    New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori did his best to keep England at bay with 48 before he was last man out, bowled by Sidebottom.

    Vettori's innings supplemented wicket-keeper Brendon McCullum's excellent run-a-ball 97 which began New Zealand's fightback on Thursday.

    Sidebottom finished with innings figures of four for 55 in 28.2 overs.

    The Nottinghamshire left-arm quick's haul was all the more impressive as he didn't take a wicket until his 24th over.

    New Zealand's enduringly fragile top-order has often left Vettori needing to revive an innings and they badly needed the spinner's runs on Friday.

    Sidebottom, the Black Caps' tormentor-in-chief with 24 wickets during England's 2-1 Test series win in New Zealand in March, found his line after a wicket-less first day.

    Vettori, however, guided his side nearer 300 with three well-struck fours in as many balls off James Anderson.

    He was in sight of his 17th Test fifty when he was bowled by Sidebottom after making a late decision to try to leave the ball.

    In all, he batted for 162 minutes and faced 100 balls with six fours.

    New Zealand, after Sidebottom, aided by Strauss's slip catch, removed al-rounder Jacob Oram for 28, looked as if they might get through the morning session for the loss of just one wicket.

    But with the second delivery with the new ball, Sidebottom bowled Kyle Mills with an in-swinge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Shah View Post
    ohhhhhhhhhhhh.................acha
    bechara......Inteqal farma gaya.......
    Allah na kare

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    o janab inteqal ka matlab hota hai ....muntaqil ho jana....yani k transfer........
    so nz ki team say icl inteqal ho gya na us ka

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