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ODI specialists give Kiwis hope

For both teams, the three-ODI series will serve as perfect preparation for the ICC Champions Trophy
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Brendon McCullum hopes that the introduction of several new players will revive his side after the 2-0 loss in the Tests when it faces England in a three-match One-Day International series starting at Lord’s on Friday (May 31).

New Zealand is set to take the field without Trent Boult, who aggravated a side strain at Headingley. Ian Butler is on stand-by should Boult be ruled out.

Daniel Vettori, who ruled himself unfit to play at Headingley because of concerns over an Achilles injury, James Franklin, Nathan McCullum, Kyle Mills and Grant Elliott are all part of the ODI squad, along with Mitchell McClenaghan, Colin Munro and Luke Ronchi, who looks set to make his debut for New Zealand.

It’s likely that Ronchi will keep wickets and open the batting. England will now be under the guidance of Ashley Giles, the ODI coach, as Andy Flower takes a break to plot the defence of the Ashes, which starts at Trent Bridge in July.

Whereas the ODIs and the Champions Trophy represent New Zealand’s best chance of success on this tour, for many within English cricket, they are something of an interlude before the real thing – the Ashes.

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ODI
Final, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | The Oval, London
Pakistan won by 180 runs
Pakistan
338/4
India
158
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ODI
Semi Final 2, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
India won by 9 wickets
Bangladesh
264/7
India
265/1
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ODI
Semi Final 1, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Pakistan won by 8 wickets
England
211
Pakistan
215/2
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ODI
Match 12, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Pakistan won by 3 wickets
Sri Lanka
236
Pakistan
237/7
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ODI
Match 11, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | The Oval, London
India won by 8 wickets
India
193/2
South Africa
191
Match Centre
ODI
Match 10, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
England won by 40 runs (DLS Method)
England
240/4
Australia
277/9
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ODI
Match 9, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets
New Zealand
265/8
Bangladesh
268/5
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ODI
Match 8, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | The Oval, London
Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
India
321/6
Sri Lanka
322/3
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ODI
Match 7, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
Pakistan won by 19 runs (DLS Method)
Pakistan
119/3
South Africa
219/8
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ODI
Match 6, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
England won by 87 runs
England
310
New Zealand
223
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Group A

Pos Team P NRR Pts
1 England 3 1.04 6
2 Bangladesh 3 0.00 3
3 Australia 3 -0.99 2
4 New Zealand 3 -1.05 1

Group B

Pos Team P NRR Pts
1 India 3 1.37 4
2 Pakistan 3 -0.68 4
3 South Africa 3 0.16 2
4 Sri Lanka 3 -0.79 2
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