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Kane Williamson continues to grow in stature, Ross Taylor sets record
Kane Williamson continues to grow in stature, Ross Taylor sets record

Once again New Zealand showed their rise in class and supremacy after punishing Pakistan in the second and final ODI of the two-match series in Napier on Tuesday. New Zealand rode their way through star sensation Kane Williamson and senior player Ross Taylor as the duo helped the team to post a mammoth total of 369/5 in 50 overs.

New Zealand are serious contenders for ICC World Cup 2015
New Zealand are serious contenders for ICC World Cup 2015

After reaping the benefits of hard work in the ODI format, New Zealand cricket team will be a happy bunch ahead of the ICC World Cup starting from 14th February.

Asian cricket giants need to perform better in Australia and New Zealand
Asian cricket giants need to perform better in Australia and New Zealand

After Sri Lanka and India bit the dust in their respective ODI series recently in New Zealand and Australia, another Asian powerhouse Pakistan too suffered a jolt. The Misbah-ul-Haq led side lost the first ODI match against New Zealand at Wellington on Saturday.

Pakistan lean heavily on Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq
Pakistan lean heavily on Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq

Shahid Afridi and Misbah-ul-Haq lifted an underdone Pakistan to 210 after being sent into bat first against New Zealand in their opening one-day international in Wellington on Saturday.

Victory shows Windies can stack up, says skipper Jason Holder
Victory shows Windies can stack up, says skipper Jason Holder

Captain Jason Holder believes the West Indies’ triumph in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) against South Africa was a reminder it can compete strongly with top sides in the world.

Defeat against West Indies no reason for panic, assures AB de Villiers
Defeat against West Indies no reason for panic, assures AB de Villiers

South African captain AB de Villiers has downplayed the significance of the defeat against the West Indies, as the side gears up for next month's ICC World Cup.

Daniel Vettori confident for World Cup after reaching milestone
Daniel Vettori confident for World Cup after reaching milestone

Daniel Vettori, who played his 280th ODI Sunday against Sri Lanka to become New Zealand's most capped player, Monday said he was feeling confident and fit ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup that bowls off in Australia and New Zealand Feb 14.

Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon
Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon

New Zealand star sensation Kane Williamson's success with the bat has been monumental and most of it all it has elevated the 24-year-old to a higher level in modern day cricket. Williamson scored 97 in the fifth ODI match against Sri Lanka to help New Zealand pocket the game and the series.

West Indies whitewash not critical to World Cup dreams: JP Duminy
West Indies whitewash not critical to World Cup dreams: JP Duminy

South African batsman Jean-Paul Duminy does not believe a whitewash of the West Indies in the ongoing One-Day International (ODI) series will have much resonance for the team when the ICC World Cup bowls off next month.

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 120 runs in 6th ODI, take series
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 120 runs in 6th ODI, take series

New Zealand wrapped up their one-day series against Sri Lanka with a game to spare Sunday when Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor orchestrated a 120-run win in game six.

Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor revive New Zealand against Sri Lanka
Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor revive New Zealand against Sri Lanka

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor powered New Zealand from a rocky start to reach 315-8 after batting first in the sixth one-day international against Sri Lanka in Dunedin on Sunday

Kane Williamson scores ton as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets
Kane Williamson scores ton as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in a one-day international in Nelson on Tuesday to go 2-1 up in the seven match series.

Mahela Jayawardene, Kumar Sangakkara shine for Sri Lanka against New Zealand
Mahela Jayawardene, Kumar Sangakkara shine for Sri Lanka against New Zealand

An innings of 94 from Mahela Jayawardene and 76 from Kumar Sangakkara helped Sri Lanka to reach 276 against New Zealand in the fourth one-day international at Nelson on Tuesday.

Brief verbal spat between Rohit Sharma and David Warner in 2nd ODI
Brief verbal spat between Rohit Sharma and David Warner in 2nd ODI

Tempers flared once again during the second one-dayer of the ongoing cricket tri-series when Indian opener Rohit Sharma and Australian batsman David Warner got involved in a verbal exchange at the MCG, here.

Tri-series, 2nd ODI: Australia vs India - As it happened...
Tri-series, 2nd ODI: Australia vs India - As it happened...

Live updates between Australia and India in the 2nd ODI of the tri-series at the MCG.

Mitchell Starc expects intense tri-series ODI with India
Mitchell Starc expects intense tri-series ODI with India

Left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc said he expects Australia`s tri-series one-dayer with India in Melbourne on Sunday to continue where the recent niggling Test series left off.

Hashim Amla becomes fastest player to notch up 5000 ODI runs
Hashim Amla becomes fastest player to notch up 5000 ODI runs

Hashim Amla became the fastest player to notch up 5000 one-day international runs as South Africa handed West Indies a 61-run defeat in a rain-affected clash at Kingsmead on Friday.

ODI Tri-series: Five exciting batsmen to watch out for​

ODI Tri-series: Five exciting batsmen to watch out for​

New Zealand's Kane Williamson out with shoulder injury
New Zealand's Kane Williamson out with shoulder injury

New Zealand`s Kane Williamson is likely to miss the next three one-day internationals in the World Cup warm-up series against Sri Lanka to recover from a minor shoulder injury.

World Cup still a long way ahead, says Daniel Vettori
World Cup still a long way ahead, says Daniel Vettori

Veteran New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori has set short goals for himself, focussing on the ongoing series against Sri Lanka which will be followed by Pakistan, and insists on keeping World Cup discussions at bay.