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    The Black Caps are keeping their hitting-game simple, despite a change in layout for today's deciding fifth Twenty20 against England

    The Black Caps are keeping their hitting-game simple, despite a change in layout for today's deciding fifth Twenty20 against England


    Eden Park has shorter straight and longer side boundaries, which is in contrast to McLean Park in Napier which hosted the fourth match.

    But opener Martin Guptill says their focus remains the same.



    First ball's at 2pm, though rain is forecast in Auckland this afternoon.

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