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Can New Zealand take advantage of Australia's stuttering form?
The hosts have lost five ODIs in a row but are looking to end the summer unbeaten at home

England to open Women's World Cup defence against Australia
Hosts New Zealand will launch the tournament on February 6 in Auckland

'Australia set a benchmark for us to aspire to' - NZ coach Gary Stead
"I think we can (take confidence from recent form). India were the No.1 ranked team and we beat them two-nil," he said

Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson and Matt Henry return to New Zealand squad for Australia ODIs
Kyle Jamieson keeps spot after impressive Test series, Scott Kuggeleijn and Hamish Bennett omitted

Georgia Wareham stars as Australia overcome Ellyse Perry injury to clinch semi-final spot
Beth Mooney made a well-paced half-century to provide Australia a base with the bat

'It is a crappy feeling to miss out again' - Sophie Devine rues World Cup exit
New Zealand's stand-in captain keen for more opportunities after near-miss in T20 World Cup campaign

'Don't create controversy' - Virat Kohli irked by question on Kane Williamson send-off
"You can't come here with half-questions and half-details of what happened," Kohli said in the press conference

Getting competitive totals on tough pitches 'really pleasing' - Kane Williamson
New Zealand captain feels another 50 runs from India could have made the game much more balanced

'We made too much of the conditions' - Kohli underlines mental hurdles
India captain says he saw something in this series that he hadn't with sides of the past: a fear of conditions

The irresistible rise of Amelia Kerr, New Zealand's 'once-in-a-generation' prospect
Precocious allrounder has future in her own hands ahead of another big showdown against Australia

New Zealand seal 2-0 after impressing with bat and ball
India's bowlers fought hard but were blunted by steely knocks from Tom Blundell and Tom Latham

Late wickets give New Zealand the edge on bowlers' day
Splendid bowling shows came from both sides, but New Zealand also got vital lower-order runs again

New Zealand openers lay solid platform after Jamieson five-for restricts India
Southee and Boult pick up two wickets apiece as India fold for 242

New Zealand escape batting collapse as Bangladesh fold for 74
Hayley Jensen put in another Player of the Match display after Ritu Moni career-best 4 for 18 set up the chance of an upset

Neil Wagner returns as New Zealand look to assert home dominance
For India, Ishant might miss out, while it could be a toss up between Ashwin and Jadeja

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