Makinson hat-trick leads England to series win over Kiwis

Halves Shaun Johnson and Kodi Nikorima will need to do a better job of building pressure in the second test

SPORTHalves Shaun Johnson and Kodi Nikorima will need to do a better job of building pressure in the second test

Burgess will face a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday to discover whether he will be available for the third and final match of the series at Elland Road on Sunday.

Coach Michael Maguire said: "Adam has got through training well this week to put himself back in the frame for what is a critical match for us".

The 20-14 win was held up for Kiwis full-back Dallin Watene-Zelezniak to have treatment for an eye injury, shortly after he came into contact with South Sydney prop Burgess, 26.

Scouser Graham, 33, is already England's most-capped player and will extend his appearances record to 43 in the showdown on Merseyside. That's the difference in Test match footy.

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"It's a great three-match series, I just hope the global federation has a strong meeting and stand up for the game, give us the products we all want to see - worldwide football played by the very best". New Zealand were quickly running out of troops - and patience - after a slew of drop ball they simply couldn't find a way through.

Johnson's vision and kicking meant that England had to produce something spectacular to beat the Kiwis in the first test and the New Zealand Warriors halfback will have to emulate Oliver Gildart to inspire his country to victory on Sunday afternoon; something that he is more than capable of doing.

Watene-Zelezniak defended Burgess, saying he did not believe the forward caught him on objective. Watene-Zelezniak busted England up through the middle after some creative offloads, positioned Warriors winger Maumalo perfectly to touch down, and not long after, Johnson added a penalty goal to make it 14-6.

From 6-6 at halftime, New Zealand went back in front just four minutes into the new half with an exceptional try.

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Connor paid tribute to Makinson's try-scoring abilities, saying: 'Tommy's one of the best wingers I've played with.

England seized the momentum and kept the pressure on, with only courageous defence holding Tom Burgess up over the line.

England face New Zealand at Anfield knowing that a win on Merseyside would see them win the series with a test to spare. "There's a lot of hurt in the changing room", he said.

"We conceded a try before half-time again and in the second half made seven errors, whereas England were very clinical. It didn't really mess with the game much but that's football".

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"England have been performing like that for quite some time".

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