Coronavirus Outbreak: New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls donates World Cup final shirt to help raise funds
Nicholls will donate the half-sleeve shirt, signed by his teammates, to the local chapter of United Nations’ children’s fund UNICEF
Australia vs New Zealand, highlights, 1st ODI in Sydney, Full Cricket Score: Hosts hand Kiwis 71-run defeat in opening game
Follow the live scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary from the first one-day international between Australia and New Zealand in Sydney on our live blog.
Chappell-Hadlee Trophy: New Zealand's pace bowling trio of Trent Boult, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson return for ODI series against Australia
New Zealand will take a full strength bowling attack to Australia for the one-day international series later this month after including Trent Boult, Matt Henry and Lockie Ferguson in their squad
India vs New Zealand, Highlights, 2nd Test in Christchurch, Day 1, Full Cricket Score: Latham, Blundell steer Kiwis to 63/0 at stumps
Latest Updates, 2nd Test, Day 1 India vs New Zealand: That's stumps on Day 1. And all the three sessions today belonged to the hosts. They bundled out visitors for 242 and then Latham and Blundell made sure Kiwis did not lose any wicket till the close of play. India would be very disappointed. Nothing went there way today starting from toss. Kiwis 63/0 in 23 overs in first innngs so far, trail by 179 runs.
India vs New Zealand: Fit-again Trent Boult boosts Black Caps' pace attack; Kyle Jamieson could debut in Wellington Test
Apart from Boult, left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel has been recalled for his first Test since the tour of Sri Lanka last August.
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah only human, Shardul Thakur running out of time and other key takeaways from ODI series
India’s tour of New Zealand will enter its final leg a two-match Test series with honours even after two entirely one-sided contests, as the hosts redeemed themselves from a 5-0 pasting in the T20Is with a 3-0 sweep of the ODIs
India vs New Zealand: KL Rahul's ton goes in vain as Black Caps beat visitors by five wickets in third ODI, complete 3-0 sweep
Colin de Grandhomme (58) and Tom Latham (32), though, took their side past the finish line with an unbeaten 80-run partnership.
India vs New Zealand: Henry Nicholls heaps praise on Ross Taylor, Tom Latham for pulling off hosts' highest run chase in ODIs
New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls said the ODI squad did not carry the baggage of the T20I side which was blanked by India and that reflected in its highest run chase in 50-over cricket.
India vs New Zealand: Ross Taylor goes big in an innings that may reverberate well beyond the Seddon Park fence
The effect of Ross Taylor’s continued good form has been that there is now a hero for young Pacific Island cricketers
India vs New Zealand: Ross Taylor credits his 'experienced' ODI side for overcoming pressure situations in Hamilton win
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor on Sunday said their ODI side can deal with pressure situations a lot better than the Twenty20 side and that precisely is the reason they could knock down a big target in the series-opener.
Australia vs New Zealand: Batsman Tom Latham adds to Kiwis' ever-growing injury list after X-ray confirms broken finger
Latham, who led the team in the absence of the ill Kane Williamson in the 279-run loss that completed a 3-0 series whitewash by the Australians, is expected to be out of action for four weeks
Outplayed in Australia, New Zealand look to learn from experience and bounce back at home against India
Tom Latham said there was no time for recriminations with Virat Kohli’s India on their way to New Zealand for Tests in Wellington and Christchurch at the end of next month.
Australia vs New Zealand: Glenn Phillips called in as batting cover for ailing Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls ahead of SCG Test
Kiwi coach Gary Stead stressed Phillips’ inclusion was precautionary and they were still hopeful both sick players would be fit.
Australia vs New Zealand: Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls' fitness major concern for Kiwis ahead of third Test after they miss training again
Tom Latham, who took the captain’s press conference in the absence of Williamson, said left-arm spinner Mitch Santner had also been affected by the bug but he was hopeful all three would be fit to play when the Test got underway on Friday.
Australia vs New Zealand: Kiwis captain Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls miss training with 'flu symptoms' ahead of third Test
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and his team mate Henry Nicholls were sent back to the team hotel with flu symptoms on Wednesday, but the team are confident they will be fit to face Australia in the third Test on Friday.
Australia vs New Zealand: Hosts hint at playing unchanged side in third Test at SCG, coach Justin Langer says 'hard to make changes'
Langer was impressed with Mitchell Swepson's work in the nets on Wednesday, suggesting the legspinner remains in the mix to make his debut on Friday, but wouldn't be drawn on Australia's likely starting side.
Men's Cricket in 2019: From epic World Cup final between England and New Zealand to one-sided Test action, review of the year
As the curtain comes down on 365 days of further intrigue in this storied sport, let’s take a look back at just how the caravan of men’s cricket unfolded through 2019
Australia vs New Zealand: Hot favourites Tim Paine and Co expected to continue winning run but Kiwis not an 'average' Test side anymore
Home advantage is massive in Test cricket. However, this New Zealand side has started to show an ability to overcome adverse conditions and find a way to be successful.
Australia vs New Zealand: Blackcaps Coach Gary Stead feels Jeet Raval best bet for opener's spot despite poor form
New Zealand coach Gary Stead said Raval was their best option against an Australian pace battery that includes Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood
New Zealand vs England: BJ Watling, Mitchell Santner put up dominant display to leave visitors on shaky ground in first Test
Watling became the first New Zealand wicket-keeper to score a Test double century and batted longer than any Kiwi gloveman before him. All-rounder Mitchell Santner added a maiden century and the pair shared a record 261-run seventh wicket partnership which allowed New Zealand to declare after tea at 615-9, 262 ahead on the first innings.