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| On Jun 9, 2021 4:54 PM IST

Where To Watch ENG vs NZ 2nd Test; England vs New Zealand Live Score and Streaming

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ENG vs NZ 2nd Test: England and New Zealand will lock horns in the second and final Test match of the two-match Test series starting from 10 June in Edgbaston, Birmingham. After the first Test match ended in a draw, both the teams will be aiming to play with the best of their abilities in this ENG vs NZ 2nd Test match.

England all-rounder Ollie Robinson who had a fabulous outing with the ball in his debut Test at Lord’s, has already been suspended by the ECB from all forms of international cricket following his old racist and sexist tweets while New Zealand will also make some changes to their playing 11 in order to keep their players fit for the important World Test Championship (WTC) final against India starting from 18 June.

Where to Watch ENG vs NZ 2nd Test Live

The England vs New Zealand 2nd Test match will be streamed live on the Sony Sports Network and Sony LIV app.

Which channel will telecast England vs New Zealand 2nd Test live on TV?

The ENG vs NZ 2nd Test will be aired live on the Sony Ten Channels in India.

What time will the ENG vs NZ 2nd Test Match Start?

The first ball of the Test match will be bowled on 10 June at 3:30 PM IST in Edgbaston, Birmingham.

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England vs New Zealand

The visiting New Zealand team are very much likely to rest some of their players before the WTC Final against India and one of them could be their captain Kane Williamson who is currently recovering from an elbow injury. New Zealand let-arm spinner Mitchell Santner has already been ruled out of the second Test due to a finger injury. Kiwi head coach Gary Stead has also confirmed that all of the pacers who were part of the Lord’s Test will not be part of the playing XI for the second Test against England and thus, Trent Boult is likely to make his return.

On the other hand, England could include one of Craig Overton or Dom Bess in place of Ollie Robinson in the playing 11.

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Kuljyot Singh

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