England is ready to continue their break under the new leadership of the pair, Captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum, as they clash with New Zealand in the second test in Nottingham, which begins on Friday.

Under the new leadership, Captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum, a former New Zealand captain, intend to move from what they have left behind when they play against the Black Caps in the second test in Nottingham on Friday.

In this series of three matches, they lead 1-0 after a five-goal victory against New Zealand at Lord’s last week, which brought England the second victory out of 18 matches at that level. Now Stuart Broad wants to stir up the crowd at Trent Bridge, his homeland, as he did to change the Lord’s driving force when New Zealand lost three goals in three games.

Daryl Mitchell (108) and Tom Blundell (96) shared a 195-year partnership to leave New Zealand, the World Trial Champions, which is a good thing. But Broad, who is back with James Anderson after a dispute over the best English goals in a test without a series of defeats in the Caribbean, returned to his team in the match as he waved his arms and watched.

Broad was caught in the back by Mitchell and beaten by Kyle Jamieson, both sides of the indifferent Colin de Grandhomme, who was exhausted by Ollie Pope.

England eventually won by five goals, with Joe Root beating 115 points in his first test since being fired as captain.

Broad is now trying to take advantage of the festive atmosphere hosted by the recent Premier League promotion of Nottingham Forest Football Club.

“Roaring in Nottingham”

“I walked and I felt like the ground was pretty quiet, so let’s keep it,” Broad said as he thought about the first test. “I know that if I’m at my best, I have to take it to Trent Bridge, because if I can get a roar from Nottingham, with the party regime that Forest fans have, it can have a lot of benefits. “

However, the 35-year-old sailor from Nottinghamshire is well aware of the risks of such an approach: “If you hit a crowd, come half-volley and go to four. You look crazy.”

Fast Durham Matthew Potts scored an inspiring seven goals in Lord’s debut, but England decided to take over their bowling and batting team in Nottingham.

Bowling versatile Stokes, who suffered a knee injury, dropped just 9.4 hours to Lord’s, while spinner Jack Leach was injured at the start of the game on the pitch and had to be replaced by Matt Parkinson.

If England was worried about the ability of Stokes to play the perfect part of the ball, she could bring Craig Overton to the team.

New Zealand may be only inches from the Lord’s victory, as Stokes was one when he hit the Grandhomme no-ball before playing a valuable 54 in England’s second inning and after the famous collapse reached 69 to four. The English specialist batsmen could still stay in the top 11, even though Harry Brook remains undefeated on the team, who has an average of 140 grand at the County Championship in Yorkshire this season.

New Zealand has not done much wrong with ‘Home of Cricket’, although it wants a big score from captain and star batman Kane Williamson on Trent Bridge.

“Maybe a minute or two away from winning the last game, so we focus on what we did well, and if so, I think we’re good at it,” Tall said. Jamieson’s cruise control, which waved six hells before the Lord.

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Grandhomme, whose lack of attention with the bat and the ball proved to be crucial, is now out of the rest of the series due to a heel injury, which means that batsman Henry Nicholls is in line for recovery.

The new ball duo Trent Boult and Tim Southee should be better for their first test stints, but New Zealand managed to renew its attack by adding Neil Wagner or Matt Henry, who were unsure of Ajaz Patel’s location after the spinner won just two overs in Lord’s.

By Martin