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New Zealand’s tour of the West Indies ended with a whimper on Sunday as they lost their second Twenty20 by 39 runs.
New Zealand overcame both the West Indies and the rain to record a 12-run victory in the first Twenty20 International.
New Zealand and the West Indies meet for the first of two T20 internationals on Saturday.
Sachin or Brian? Warne or Murali? Yuvraj or KP? Bob Willis and David Fulton compare cricket's greats.
New Zealand secured a 2-1 Test series victory in the Caribbean after beating West Indies by 53 runs in Barbados.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum labelled his side’s Test series win over West Indies as ‘groundbreaking’.
New Zealand reached 331-7 in their second innings, a lead of 307, after day four of the third Test against West Indies.
New Zealand reached 123-3 in their second innings, a lead of 99, on day three of the third Test against West Indies.
West Indies reached 169-2 in reply to New Zealand's first-innings 293 on rain-shortened day two in Barbados.
West Indies closed on 32-0 in reply to New Zealand's 293 on day one of the Test series decider in Barbados.
West Indies will look to make the most of their momentum as they begin a series-deciding Test match against New Zealand.
Chris Gayle's quickfire knock ensured West Indies were not to be denied a series-levelling victory against New Zealand.
West Indies' hopes of wrapping up victory with a day to spare were thwarted by New Zealand's BJ Watling and Mark Craig.
Jermaine Blackwood's half century helped the West Indies take a 166-run lead in the second Test against New Zealand.
Centuries from Kraigg Brathwaite and Darren Bravo helped West Indies take charge of the second Test against New Zealand.
West Indies dismissed New Zealand for 221 before losing Chris Gayle on day one of the second Test in Trinidad.
West Indies have called up uncapped duo Jermaine Blackwood and Leon Johnson for the second Test against New Zealand.
Debutant Mark Craig took four wickets as New Zealand claimed a 186-run victory over the West Indies with a day to spare.
New Zealand strengthened their grip on the first Test after bowling out West Indies for 262 on day three in Jamaica.
West Indies ended day two of the first Test on 19-0 after New Zealand had declared on 508-7, Jimmy Neesham making 107.
Joe Root’s determined resistance on day three at Trent Bridge won praise from Nasser Hussain.
Broad's hat-trick, Bell's run out saga, Tendulkar's ton quest: Andrew Strauss on England's 4-0 rout of India.
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