LONDON, May 20 - Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori could play his first test for 10 months after spinner Bruce Martin was ruled out of the rest of the tour of England with a calf injury.
LONDON, May 20 - England secured the convincing victory over New Zealand they demanded in the first test at Lord's but question marks remain over the make-up of their team for the Ashes series against Australia starting in July.
NEW DELHI, May 20 - India is mulling a law to deal with the issue of spot-fixing in sport following last week's arrest of cricketers and bookmakers, government officials said on Monday.
WELLINGTON, May 20 - New Zealand's media were muted in their reaction to their side being bundled out for just 68 runs to give England a 170-run victory in the first test at Lord's on Sunday, instead turning their focus towards the second match in Leeds.
LONDON, May 19 - England captain Alastair Cook was satisfied with his team's performance after they beat New Zealand by 170 runs in a fluctuating first test at Lord's on Sunday.
LONDON, May 19 - Stuart Broad took seven wickets to rip through the New Zealand batting order and bowl England to an emphatic 170-run victory on the fourth day of the first test at Lord's on Sunday.
LONDON, May 19 - Scoreboard on the fourth day of the first test between England and New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday. England first innings 232 New Zealand first innings 207 (K.Williamson 60, R.Taylor 66; J.Anderson 5-47) England second innings (overnight 180 for six) A.Cook c Brownlie b Boult 21 N.Compton b Wagner 15 J.Trott b Williamson 56 J.Root b Southee 71 J.Bairstow b Southee 5 M.Prior
LONDON, May 19 - England beat New Zealand by 170 runs on the fourth day of the first test at Lord's on Sunday.
LONDON, May 19 - New Zealand, set 239 to win the first test against England at Lord's on Sunday, were 29 for six at lunch on the fourth day.
LONDON, May 19 - New Zealand were set 239 to win the first test at Lord's on Sunday after they dismissed England for 213 in their second innings on the fourth day.