England lost their two-Test series 1-0 in New Zealand after Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor and the rain frustrated them in a draw at Hamilton.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson admitted he was grateful for Joe Denly’s butter fingers after helping the Black Caps close out a series victory over England at Hamilton.
England captain Joe Root is convinced Jofra Archer’s career remains on an upward trajectory despite a challenging time for the paceman in the two-Test series against New Zealand.
New Zealand Cricket has referred the alleged racist abuse towards England paceman Jofra Archer by a spectator in last week’s first Test to the police.
Jofra Archer has been told to lower his expectations by fellow fast bowler Stuart Broad after a challenging first overseas trip with England.
England team director Ashley Giles insists Ollie Pope is a strong option to take the gloves if Jos Buttler is ruled out of the second Test against New Zealand.
England captain Joe Root revealed Jofra Archer is “absolutely fine” to feature in the second Test against New Zealand, just days after the paceman was the subject of alleged racist abuse.
England paceman Jofra Archer says he has “moved on” from the alleged racist abuse directed towards him by a spectator in the first Test against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui.
Ashley Giles believes supporters should be helping to weed out troublesome individuals in the wake of England paceman Jofra Archer being the target of alleged racist abuse during the first Test against New Zealand.
Former England seamer Angus Fraser admits he is concerned by the way Jofra Archer is being utilised in Test cricket, insisting the paceman is much better than just being an “enforcer”.
The spectator who allegedly directed racist abuse towards England paceman Jofra Archer faces a lifetime ban from attending cricket matches in New Zealand.