ENG vs. NZ: New Zealand suffered two blows before the second Test, Mitchell Santner out and Williamson difficult to play

England vs New Zealand 2nd Test: The second and final Test of the two-Test series will be played in Edgbaston tomorrow between England and New Zealand. Prior to this test, the New Zealand team suffered two blows. In fact, if New Zealand left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner was ruled out of the second Test due to a finger injury, skipper Kane Williamson was also unsure of the match.

The two New Zealanders will not be better off for injuries before the World Test Championship against India from June 18 in Southampton. In the first Test at Lord’s last week, Mitchell Santner suffered a finger injury and bleeding on his finger. Captain Kane Williamson suffered an elbow injury during the same test.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has been suffering from an elbow injury for the past few months. Because of this, he was unable to play in the limited-overs series against Bangladesh and the Indian Premier League (IPL).

New Zealand coach Gary Steed said, “People may have noticed bruises on his (Michelle Santner’s) finger. There was a lot of blood on his pants. We thought it was fixed, but it had to happen.” “

Stead said the team wanted to give Williamson as much time as he could fit. “His (Kane Williamson) elbow is still haunting him a little bit. We treated him a little bit more and we want to make sure it’s good for him,” he said.

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