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The players warm up
31 May 2013

In pictures: England v New Zealand ODI

ODI action photos - as well as behind-the-scenes images from the Home of Cricket.

Champagne
31 May 2013

Down in the Lord's cellars

Food and drink plays a big role in any major match at the Home of Cricket but it wouldn't be possible if not for the hard work of the MCC cellar team.

Cameraman
31 May 2013

The ODI: What you might have missed

Lords.org takes a look at a few things which may not have made the TV cameras at the Home of Cricket during the England v New Zealand NatWest ODI.

Martin Guptill
31 May 2013

Five-for: Guptill hammers England in ODI

Lords.org reviews the first NatWest ODI between England and New Zealand, as Martin Guptill's magnificent century saw his country to a five-wicket win.

The ODI pitch
30 May 2013

The ODI pitch - bat or bowl?

Lord's TV takes a sneak look at the pitch for the first NatWest One Day International between England and New Zealand at Lord's.

England ODI
29 May 2013

Five-for: What to expect at the ODI

Lords.org looks ahead to Friday's NatWest One Day International between England and New Zealand at the Home of Cricket and picks five reasons why it should be a cracker.

Switch Hit
29 May 2013

ICC accept MCC switch-hit report

The ICC Cricket Committee has accepted a report from MCC on the switch hit/reverse sweep stating that the shot should remain a legitimate part of the game.

Dawid Malan batting for MCC
28 May 2013

Malan opens Middlesex YB40 account

Dawid Malan struck a stunning 96 from just 88 balls as Middlesex recorded their first YB40 win of the season against Yorkshire in the debut List A match at Radlett.

Dobb
28 May 2013

Dobb thrilled despite Test spill

MCC Young Cricketer Adam Dobb savoured the experience of being 12th man for England's win over New Zealand at Lord's - despite missing out on the chance to take the winning catch.

Chris Rogers
25 May 2013

Middlesex secure Durham draw

Middlesex battled to a draw against fellow title chasers Durham on the final day in Chester-le-Street.

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