New Zealand vs England: Daryl Mitchell will replace the injured Colin de Grandhomme in the second Test in Hamilton.
New Zealand vs England: BJ Watling remained unbeaten on 119 on Day 3 of the first Test, helping New Zealand lead England by 41 runs.
In reply to New Zealand's 180, England were well placed at 139 for two in the 15th over before a flurry of wickets reduced them to 166 for seven at the close.
England were left to rue an uncomfortable day in the field with six spilled chances including three by James Vince.
A century partnership between Colin de Grandhomme and Tom Bruce helped New Zealand to a series-clinching four-wicket win over Sri Lanka.
De Grandhomme supported Williamson well with a gutsy 47-ball 60, which was studded with five fours and two sixes and also proved his mettle with the ball as he returned with highly economical figures of 1/33 in his 10 overs.
Martin Guptill was ruled out of the T20I series against India after aggravating a disc in his lower back.
Trent Boult's 5/21 and Colin de Grandhomme's disciplined bowling wreaked havoc in India's batting line-up to bowl them out for a meagre 92.
Rashid Khan not only took a stunning catch but was magical with the ball in hand against RCB.
New Zealand recovered from 36 for five to be 192 for six in reply to England's 307.
New Zealand defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the fourth one-day international in Hamilton on Tuesday.
The West Indies compared the big-hitting de Grandhomme to their own whirlwind stars Chris Gayle and Andre Russell as the New Zealander smacked the ninth-fastest Test century of all time, making light of a tiring attack and plundering the boundary.
India bowlers held their nerves in the death overs to help the Men In Blue beat New Zealand by six runs in a thrilling third and final One-Day International at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on Sunday.
The Virat Kohli-led outfit not only lost their fifth match from seven outings but they were bowled out for the lowest-ever IPL score- 49 in 9.4 overs! They surpassed Rajasthan Royals' score of 58, which they had made way back in 2009.
South Africa paid homage to a "fabulous" Kane Williamson on Tuesday after the New Zealand captain's 176 left the Proteas on the ropes with a day to play in the deciding final Test in Hamilton.
New Zealand's clean sweep over Bangladesh in the Test series will see them overtake Pakistan and move to fifth in the world rankings
A stunning 5-ball 20 from Kane Williamson saw New Zealand over the line in Hamilton, as the hosts chased down Zimbabwe's 201 in Hamilton, with five wickets and two balls to spare.