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No mercy for England, warns Styris

The Black Caps all-rounder Scott Styris has made it clear England can expect no mercy from New Zealand in their Twenty20 cricket World Cup match in Durban.

England lost their first Super Eights match to South Africa in Cape Town on Sunday, and another loss will almost certainly prevent them from reaching the semi-finals.

Styris says England may have depended too much on players they selected as Twenty20 specialists.

He told reporters everyone likes to see England go home early but the Black Caps are more concerned that if they beat England they're a long way towards qualifying for the semi-finals.

Styris says New Zealand are wary of key England players like Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff.

New Zealand beat Kenya in their first match of the tournament before losing to Sri Lanka and then beating India.

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