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2019 Cricket World Cup: Jofra Archer's deadly arrows are set to target Black Caps batsmen

New Zealand Herald Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
2019 Cricket World Cup: Jofra Archer's deadly arrows are set to target Black Caps batsmenSeventy-two days after he made his England debut near Dublin, Jofra Archer will inflict his scorching pace and infectious energy on New Zealand in a World Cup final.First chosen for England's all-conquering one-day international...
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Hosts England edge past New Zealand in a nerve-wracking final to win the World Cup for the first time.

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