New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult can take part in the second Test of the ongoing Test series in England. Returning to New Zealand after kicking off the IPL 14, Bolt was previously expected to play in the final of the World Test Championship against India. Bolt joined his team in England last week and managed to start training directly with loosening the quarantine rules and now it is time to practice in the second Test against England before facing India in the WTC final in Southampton.
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New Zealand coach Gary Steed said there was “a chance for Bolt” after the first Test series against England ended in a draw. Some things have changed. The British government has unleashed its quarantine, so Trent Boult exited the quarantine three or four days earlier than we expected. According to the information we had at the time, our original plan was not to play Boult in the Second Test, but now he can play the Second Test.
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Notably, the New Zealand pacer made an impressive appearance in the first Test against England, with Tim Southee performing his best. In such a situation, now that Boult is joining the squad, the team selection will be a headache for New Zealand management before the Edgbaston Test. “We have not yet made a firm decision on this and we will inform them 48 hours before we decide whether to play Trent in the second Test,” Steed said. Trent is more curious than he was a week ago and he’s here now and is part of this environment. Perhaps the decision in this regard is too early.