Mike Hesson not concerned about Ross Taylor form

New Zealand captain Ross Taylor plays a shot on November 25, 2012
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New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is adamant that the form of batsman Ross Taylor isn't a worry ahead of the Black Caps' one-day series against England.

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is adamant that he is not worried about the form of star batsman Ross Taylor ahead of the one-day series with England.

The Black Caps captain struggled during the Twenty20 series against the Three Lions, as he managed knocks of only, 13, 4 and 6 in three games.

Hesson told The Dominion Post: "It is one of those things where he's working hard in the nets and it's about getting time in the middle and hopefully during these one-dayers he's able to get that.

"No doubt Ross will enjoy some time in the middle, but I am certainly not worried about his form, he is a quality player."

The first match of the one-day series begins on Sunday in Hamilton.

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