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Sri Lanka face New Zealand in the final match of their tour, during which they have managed only one win out of eight matches so far
A look at the key numbers from the first T20I between New Zealand and Sri Lanka, in Mount Maunganui
Geoff Lemon and Adam Collins review Australia's four-wicket win in the second ODI against New Zealand in Wellington, which was fashioned by a rally from Mitchell Marsh and Jon Hastings | Feb 6, 2016
Gaurav Kalra and Shishir Hattangadi on the big buys among the Indian uncapped players at the 2016 IPL auction | Feb 6, 2016
Karachi Kings captain Shoaib Malik talks about his team's win against Lahore Qalandars | Feb 6, 2016
Australia beat New Zealand by four wickets in Wellington to level the ODI series 1-1 | Feb 6, 2016
New Zealand's Adam Milne pulled off an astonishing one-handed catch at the boundary to the dismay of Australian batsman Matthew Wade | Feb 6, 2016
Gaurav Kalra and Shishir Hattangadi discuss Carlos Brathwite's surprisingly high bid, Mustafizur Rahman's deserved picking, and Sunrisers' penchant for fast bowlers at the auction | Feb 6, 2016
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum went upstairs to successfully challenge the not out decision for David Warner | Feb 6, 2016
22.3 Boult to Maxwell, OUT | Feb 6, 2016
A look at the key numbers from the second ODI between New Zealand and Sri Lanka, in Christchurch
Statistical highlights of the first ODI, where New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets and a whopping 174 balls to spare
New Zealand's batting coach Craig McMillan believes that the Christchurch pitch will favour the batsmen besides expressing excitement abo...
After having lost the Test series 2-0, Sri Lanka will seek to bounce back in the five-match ODI series against New Zealand, starting with...
Russel Arnold says the way Sri Lanka lost their ten wickets on the third day turned the match around, before Kane Williamson took over to...
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum praises his team's performance in the first Test but believes Sri Lanka will come back stronger