England vs New Zealand
The 4th Test of the England vs New Zealand series began on Day 5.


It was the first time England and New Zealand faced each other in a Test match, and the match ended in a draw.

20-year-old Devon Conway hit his first double-digit score

Edgbaston has been chosen as the location for the second Test match.

The cricket game in which Devon Conway scored his first Test century and the entire match was washed out, ended in a draw for both teams.

The first Test of the series between England and New Zealand was played at Lord’s on Sunday, leaving the two-match series all-square with the two teams returning to England for the final game at Edgbaston. At lunch on Sunday, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson decided to declare when his team’s score was 270 all out. The target was set at 273 in 75 overs when he made his decision. No sooner had the declaration been made than the home side didn’t appear to be the least bit concerned with the challenge. Opening batsman Dom Sibley had batted for 207 balls without offering a shot, and by the time he reached 60, Sibley was facing a delivery per over.

Notable for Devon Conway’s astonishing Test-debut 200, New Zealand opener Devon Conway’s performance in the first innings of the match was washed out completely.

Brief scores

New Zealand reached first innings with 378 (D Conway 200, H Nicholls 61; O Robinson 4-75, M Wood 3-81)

England scored 275 in their first innings (R Burns 132, T Southee 6-43, K Jamieson 3-85)

New Zealand reached 169 for 6 in the second innings of the match (O Robinson 3-26)

England’s score in the second innings is 170 to 3. (D Sibley 60 no)

Match ended in a draw.

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