Sussex seamer Ollie Robinson has been handed his test debut for England in the first test against New Zealand at Lords this morning, with playing getting underway at 11am.

The 27-year-old was one of two debutants named in the England side with wicketkeeper James Bracey also been handed his first start.

Ahead of play getting underway, skipper Joe Root is looking forward to seeing Robinson showcasing his talent on the international stage.

He said: "Again a really difficult decision you look at three seamer fighting for the shirt, they having been playing well not just internationally but for their counties.

Ollie been fantastic for Sussex for many years and has continued that with a strong start to the season and we are hoping he can showcase his skills."

Robinson will get the chance to show what he can do on the first day as England will be bowling.