With the Napier ODI being abandoned without a ball being bowled, New Zealand and Pakistan will go into the final match with the same objective even though the end result would mean different things for the hosts and visitors
Sri Lanka’s woeful tour of New Zealand continued as they were thrashed by seven wickets in the first one-dayer at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Batting first, the Lankans struggled to put up a good score, and managed only 188 as Matt Henry grabbed four scalps
With New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum announcing that he will retire next year, in February, after the home series against Australia, we look at some interesting facts and figures on the swashbuckling batsman
Karunaratne and Chandimal led the Sri Lankan fight back as the visitors still trail the hosts by 234 runs after day two in Dunedin. In contrast with day one where the runs were scored at a brisk rate by New Zealand and wickets also fallen
England's series against New Zealand was going to be highly significant in the sense that it was going to be their first one-day series in the aftermath of the World Cup debacle. They managed to square the Tests 1-1
A wonderful tour of England will come to an end for New Zealand after they finish featuring in the sole T20 match at Old Trafford on Tuesday. It has been a mixed series for the Kiwis as they drew the two-Test series 1-1
The way the England-New Zealand series has progressed, it deserves a fitting finale with a decider at Chester-le-Street in Durham. Both sides have played their part in making the series an extremely exciting one.
England put up an unbelievably commanding show in their first ODI since being routed by Bangladesh in the World Cup, en route to a record 210-run triumph. Batting first, England posted a massive 408 for 9 on the board, the first time they had crossed 400,