16 January 1997
Hussain Warns NZ Players
PALMERSTON NORTH -- All the pressure is on New Zealand in the
forthcoming cricket test series, according to England
vice-captain Nasser Hussain.
After hitting an entertaining 139 against the New Zealand
Selection XI yesterday, Hussain said his team was "quietly
confident" of doing well here.
"Let New Zealand think they're the favourites," he said. "We've
just lost to Zimbabwe -- all the pressure is on them (New
Zealand). Good luck to them. In the camp, we're quietly confident
when we play on wickets like this."
First innings 138
Second innings -
C Spearman c Atherton b Cork 6; B Pocock not out 11; A Parore not
out 8; Extras 0; Total (for 1 wkt, 14 overs) 25.
Bowling: D Cork 6-1-17-1, A Caddick 5-3-3-0, C Silverwood
2-1-4-0, P Tufnell 1-0-1-0.
First innings (overnight 154-3) -
N Knight c Parore b Morrison 46; M Atherton lbw b Kennedy 7;
A Stewart retired hurt 153; A Caddick c Parore b Morrison 7;
N Hussain c Horne b Wiseman 139; G Thorpe c Morrison b Kennedy 6;
J Crawley c Kennedy b Morrison 35; C White c Spearman b Wiseman
10; D Cork not out 0; P Silverwood c Vaughan b Morrison 4; Extras
(7nb, 9lb, 4w) 20; Total (for 8 wkts dec, 113.4 overs) 427.
Bowling: D Morrison 28.5-6-81-4 (4w, 6nb), R Kennedy 21-4-80-2
(1nb), J Vaughan 22-4-84-0, P Wiseman 17-2-83-2, M Haslam
Source :: The Christchurch Press (http://www.press.co.nz)