Cricket News sort by New Zealand tour of England 2015

The Lord's Test ebbed and flowed for four days before England pulled apart and claimed victory on the final day. It was a performance that nobody expected from England, at the same time, one that will give them plenty of confidence going into the Ashes.

At the end of the third day's play at Lord's, New Zealand seemed to hold all the aces. They had taken a significant first-innings lead and had also picked up a couple of key second-innings England wickets.

In a Test where England and New Zealand have exchanged turns to dominate, the hosts fought back to claim the upper hand on day four at Lord's.

New Zealand consolidated the strong base they had built for themselves on day two at Lord’s, by putting up an impressive 523 on the board in response to England’s first innings score of 389

Kane Williamson roared back to form on day two of the Lord’s Test, after a disappointing World Cup campaign, remaining unbeaten on 92 as New Zealand ended day two in ascendancy at 303 for 2 in reply to England’s 389

ENG vs NZ 1st Test Day 1 report: With all the controversies surrounding Kevin Pietersen, and a new order in place at the ECB, with Andrew Strauss in charge, England went into the opening Test at Lord's

New Zealand announced Test, ODI and T20 Squad for the tour of England in May 2015. Martin Guptill has been recalled to the New Zealand test squad.

The Full Schedule, Time table for New Zealand (Black Caps) will tour of England in May-June 2015. Matches start from 8th May and end 23rd June with Twenty20.