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Tahuhu and Devine put New Zealand 2-0 up over South Africa
Mignon du Preez was the only visiting batter who offered resistance as the hosts sealed victory in Hamilton

Ross Taylor tops Shreyas Iyer as New Zealand go 1-0 up
Hosts chase down 348-run target to snap losing streak in international cricket

Jeremy Coney hits out at Gary Stead, NZC defends coach's leave
Coach's one-week pre-planned holiday sparks outrage; board CEO cites workload issues

Punch-drunk New Zealand look to snap losing streak
De Grandhomme and Neesham return to strengthen their middle order

Mark Chapman replaces injured Kane Williamson for first two India ODIs
Williamson is still recovering from left-shoulder niggle; Latham to lead in his absence

India cop over-rate fine for the second time in two matches
After going nearly six years without an over-rate offence, India have now earned fines in the fourth and fifth T20Is against New Zealand

'Used to think T20s were warm-up for ODIs' - Ross Taylor looks back after 100 T20Is
The New Zealand batsman rues the team losing the series 5-0 to India but hopes they can do better in the ODIs

India seal 5-0 whitewash as New Zealand suffer another meltdown
Williamson-less New Zealand lose 6 for 25 - and the game

New Zealand cricket is in the best hands with Kane Williamson - Virat Kohli
The India captain backs his New Zealand counterpart despite two back-to-back whitewashes

Shubman Gill cracks double-ton as India A hold on for draw
Panchal and Vihari hit centuries as visitors bounce back after conceding big first-innings lead

Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Leigh Kasperek rout South Africa in opener
New Zealand, coming off a 3-0 series defeat in the ODIs, won by nine wickets

New Zealand seek inspiration in Williamson territory
India are going for a 5-0 whitewash. Will they play Rishabh Pant?

Cleaver, Chapman stud New Zealand A's domination
The pair amass 268 for the sixth wicket to lead a remarkable recovery

New Zealand contrive to lose in Super Over again as India go 4-0 up
Needing just seven from the final over, the hosts lost four wickets in six balls

'Unbelievable' - Virat Kohli thrilled after pulling off back-to-back Super Over wins
"We gave them a chance and they took them with both hands," said Tim Southee

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