Trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand, who meet in the World Cup on Friday, have been involved in some memorable matches down the years.
Lone Test: March 29-30, 1946, Wellington
Result: Australia won by an innings and 103 runs.
A match given Test status retrospectively, the two-day blowout which saw New Zealand bowled out for just 42 and 54, had a profound impact. It would be nearly 30 years before Australia next played their near neighbours in a Test.
Second Test: March 8-13, 1974, Christchurch
New Zealand won by five wickets.
New Zealand's first Test win over Australia saw star batsman Glenn Turner make hundreds (101 and 110) in both innings while a young Richard Hadlee took seven wickets in the match. It was only the eighth time, in 110 matches against all opposition, that New Zealand had won a Test.
Third One Day International Final: February 1, 1981, Melbourne
Result: Australia won by six runs
Arguably the most infamous match in one-day history, it became known simply as 'the underarm' after Australia captain Greg Chappell instructed brother Trevor to roll the last ball along the ground to prevent New Zealand scoring the six runs they needed to tie.
The delivery was widely condemned, with Australia great Richie Benaud scathing. New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon said: "It was an act of true cowardice and I consider it appropriate that the Australian team were wearing yellow."
World Cup ODI: February 22, 1992, Auckland
Result: New Zealand won by 37 runs
New Zealand captain Martin Crowe, one of the outstanding batsmen of his generation, made exactly 100 not out in a total of 248 for six in the opening match of a tournament that saw him spring a surprise by opening the bowling with off-spinner Dipak Patel.
Despite a century from David Boon, no other batsman in a line-up for defending champions Australia featuring Dean Jones, Allan Border and Mark Waugh made more than Steve Waugh's 38. Patel took one for 36 and unsung medium-pacer Gavin Larsen three for 30.
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