England face the prospect of batting to save the first Test against New Zealand despite Rory Burns’ determined 132 on day four at Lord’s

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Burns dragged England to 275 after they found themselves 140-6 when three wickets fell for no runs. New Zealand were still able to secure a first-innings advantage of 103, pace bowler Tim Southee superb in taking 6-43.
In the face of some threatening England bowling, the tourists reached 62-2 by the close – both wickets fell to Robinson – to extend their lead to 165.

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