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Tim Southee: ‘New Zealand, world Test champions? It would be special’ – The Guardian

The New Zealand seamer on playing at Lord’s, his side’s stellar bowling attack and the chance to become a world champion

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It was in the art deco city of Napier that Tim Southee announced himself, the 19-year-old farmers son crackling on his Test debut against England in 2008 with a five-wicket haul and a blaze of sixes. Some 13 years and 77 caps later he pitches up at Lords for the fourth time in his Test career as the leader of what is arguably New Zealands finest attack.
A natural purveyor of right-arm swing from a 6ft 4in frame, yet doing so predominantly with the less conducive Kookaburra ball, Southee has been…

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