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A screengrab of a Doug Bracewell delivery that bowled Adam Voges but was ruled a no-ball

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Wellington, 1st day

Should the TV umpire adjudicate no-balls?

In an era where technology aids better decision-making, the third umpire deciding on no-balls could remove the existing margin of error

Brendon McCullum made 195 off 134 balls

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Wellington

'The last 15-20 Tests an incredible part of my life'

Brendon McCullum will achieve something unique when he steps on to the Basin Reserve on Friday: reaching 100 Tests without missing a single match

Steven Smith, Nathan Lyon and David Warner examine the pitch

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Wellington

Green Basin Reserve pitch central to captains' planning

A surface that quite green in the lead up to the Test, combined with the knowledge that the track generally flattens out, meant Brendon McCullum had no hesitation in saying: "Both teams will want to bowl if they win the toss"

David Warner waits for his team-mates for the team photo

Australia in New Zealand 2015-16

A brief neighbourly visit

Dialogue from a one-way conversation that may or may not have happened

Jackson Bird bowls in the nets

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Wellington

Bird to play ahead of Pattinson

Jackson Bird will play his first Test since the 2013 Ashes tour after he was given the nod ahead of James Pattinson for the first Test against New Zealand

Josh Hazlewood bowls in the nets

Australia in New Zealand 2015-16

Hazlewood focused on 'not trying too hard'

Josh Hazlewood will lead Australia's attack in the Test series in New Zealand confident that he has learnt from the mistakes he made on last year's Ashes tour

David Warner goes for a cut

Australia in New Zealand 2015-16

Raw Australia face another swing test

After struggling on recent away tours, Australia set out to try and redress their issues with dealing with the swinging ball

Martin Guptill goes on the attack

New Zealand v Australia, 1st ODI, Auckland

New Zealand crush Australia by 159 runs

New Zealand took a 1-0 lead in the three-match Chappell-Hadlee series with a 159-run win at Eden Park, their second-biggest ODI victory over Australia of all time