England's Steven Finn ducks to avoid a bouncer during an indoor training on the eve of the second International Test cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Headingley cricket ground in Leeds, north-west England on May 23, 2013.
the conversation between Angus Fraser and Steven Finn over his 'new' run-up would probably have sold tickets.
It's nice to know that he can leap like a salmon down the leg side and catch a couple of those ones ... he's up there with the best wicketkeeper-batsmen in the world, if not the bestMore quotes »
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Bell fit as England name unchanged squad for second test
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England are a greatly overrated Test team
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