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    Amy Lofthouse

    BBC Sport at Lord’s

    Big trophy

    Copyright: BBC

    Be good if this was the actual trophy they had to try and lift at the end…

  2. How’s stat?!

    Woakes & Stokes have both dismissed Guptill 4 times in ODIs, only Kulasekara (8) and Malinga (5) have taken his scalp more often.

  3. NZ 27-0

    Good shot, Nicholls flicking away for two.

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    Phil Tufnell

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    These two look proactive with their running.

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    Amy Lofthouse

    BBC Sport at Lord’s

    In all seriousness, is New Zealand’s beige kit the best one in the business? There’s a group of Black Caps fans wearing them and they’re easily the best dressed.

  6. Darren Bell: Just have a sneaky feeling the luck is with NZ today. Hope not but can see these two openers cracking a big score.

    Rob: Oh dear, this is looking like a dangerous start from New Zealand. Guptill due an innings and the reviews have been with them so far.

    M: This is looking ominous

  7. NZ 24-0

    Guptill 18, Nicholls 4

    A breathless first five overs. Just what the doctor, and terrestrial TV, will have ordered.

    You can watch this on Channel 4, by the way. I’d rather you stayed here with us but you know, fair’s fair.

  8. How’s stat?!

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    This looked out in real time. Great call…

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    Video caption: Guptill survives appeal for caught behind
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    Amy Lofthouse

    BBC Sport at Lord’s

    I’m sat underneath the Edrich Stand. The joy when it was shown Nicholls hadn’t edged it, compared to the absolute shock when it was missing, was brilliant. There’s a cracking atmosphere out here.

  11. SMS Message: Trying to find somewhere to watch the cricket in Longyearbyen, Svalbard in the far north. Not looking good! About to head out on a fossil hunting expedition for the next month. from Ross from Oxford

    Trying to find somewhere to watch the cricket in Longyearbyen, Svalbard in the far north. Not looking good! About to head out on a fossil hunting expedition for the next month.

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    As Gorillaz boom out at Lord’s, here’s the first four of the day…

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    Video caption: Guptill guides through point for the first boundary
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    Stephan Shemilt

    BBC Sport at Lord’s

    The first genuine moment of New Zealand success, Guptill’s six, has revealed the amount of Black Caps fans inside Lord’s. There’s many more than I expected, standing up and cheering. They are being backed up by some India fans, too.

    Martin Guptill six

    Copyright: AFP

  14. NZ 22-0

    Martin Guptill is here for a good time, not a long time. He now drives Archer back over his own head for a massive, clubbed four.

    He’s teeing off. And why not? It’s the World Cup final. Just an ordinary guy with nothing to lose…

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    Phil Tufnell

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    A great shot – he saw the short ball early and got enough of the middle of the bat on it.

  16. NZ 16-0

    Six! Martin Guptill may be settling down after a scratchy, scratchy start. He uppercuts Jofra Archer over third man, big six!

  17. NZ 10-0

    A good decision from England to not review the catch behind, and a great decision by Henry Nicholls to review that LBW shout. Even though he looked stone dead.

  18. James Waller-Davies: I’ve got a bad feeling about this.

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