Trent Boult says dry pitch means high run rate likely for tonight's NZ-South Africa cricket World Cup match
Trent Boult accepts the dry nature of the Edgbaston pitch means it should be full of runs for the New Zealand-South Africa cricket World Cup match tonight
19 June 2019
The Black Caps bowler says their attack's had a charmed existence so far in the tournament, taking all 30 wickets available in three wins on bowler-friendly surfaces.
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The dry pitch could see New Zealand change their bowling attack - perhaps replacing Colin de Grandhomme or Matt Henry with spinner Ish Sodhi.
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