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    He starred on debut, but Kyle Jamieson may miss out on consecutive cricket tests

    He starred on debut, but Kyle Jamieson may miss out on consecutive cricket tests


    The Auckland paceman took four wickets in the first innings of the first test against India in Wellington, and scored 44 with the bat.

    But with left-armer Neil Wagner returning from paternity leave, Jamieson could be left out of the second test in Christchurch, starting on Saturday.

    Coach Gary Stead's been asked if Jamieson's performance at the Basin Reserve makes it more of an option they play extra four frontline seamers.



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