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James Franklin, the New Zealand seamer, has targeted the tour of England in May to make his return to international cricket after being sidelined for several months with a knee injury. Franklin, who underwent surgery in November, said he would take things step by step, suggesting that he may not bowl straight away when returning to his state side Wellington.

"I hope to play as a batsman in March," Franklin told the Dominion Post. "That's a little goal I've set myself. First of all I'll trial it at club level and then if it goes well I'll stick my hand up for Wellington."

Franklin was wary of bowling too soon, given that he has been unable to jog. His training has consisted of cycling and swimming for the moment and one of his targets would be to make a comeback before the domestic season concludes on April 2 and put his hand up to be available for the England tour.

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