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New Zealand have dropped out-of-form opener Jamie How in favour of uncapped batsman Martin Guptill.
Ross Taylor's sublime 103 proved the difference as New Zealand clinched the one-day series against Bangladesh with a 79-run victory.
New Zealand opener Jesse Ryder will miss the one-day series against England but Daniel Flynn could soon be back in action.
James Anderson has warned New Zealand to expect more aggressive bowling on the second day at Old Trafford.
Jacob Oram's century allowed New Zealand to bat out for a draw in the first Test against England at Lord's.
New Zealand were content to give their top order batting practice on the final day of the drawn warm-up fixture against the England Lions.