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    The Black Caps have had their first look at the Perth strip for the opening test against Australia, but whether that eventuates in a potential debut is another matter

    The Black Caps have had their first look at the Perth strip for the opening test against Australia, but whether that eventuates in a potential debut is another matter


    The match will be the first time New Zealand have played at the ground, with coach Gary Stead expecting it to have good pace and bounce.

    So, coach Stead, does that mean fast bowler Lockie Ferguson will be handed his cap?



    Batsman Ross Taylor was hit on the thumb during training though is expected to be fine.

    Trent Boult and Colin de Grandhomme both took full part in practice, as they look to prove they're over rib and abdominal injuries respectively.

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