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Third Test Match

England v New Zealand

2005:

Richard Hobson

Second Test Match

England v New Zealand

2005:

Mike Dickson

First Test Match

England v New Zealand

2005:

Mike Walters

Tour Summary

The New Zealanders in England

2005: A review of New Zealand's tour to England, 2004

Lawrence Booth

New Zealand in England 2004

Fleming dismisses captaincy criticism

Jul 15, 2004: Stephen Fleming has brushed aside the criticism against his captaincy during the Tests on the recent tour to England

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Exciting times for New Zealand

Bracewell completes the jigsaw

Jul 13, 2004: There haven't been many moments in New Zealand's cricket history when there has been the chance to believe, firmly, that when the side takes the field its prospects of victory are better than 50%

Lynn McConnell

N Zealand v West Indies, NatWest Series final, Lord's

West Indies ignore the sense of occasion

Jul 10, 2004: It's not every day that a team reaches a final, even when it's the final of a three-team tournament

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at Lord's

July 9-13, 2004

Australia v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Cairns

Jul 10, 2004: Day 5 Bulletin - It's 527-all, as Sri Lanka hang on News - McGrath fined for swearing The Big Picture - Warne equals the record The progression of the record - A 109-year tradition

N Zealand v W Indies, NatWest Series final, Lord's

New Zealand set for historic Lord's debut

Jul 9, 2004: One of the more interesting facts to brighten up tomorrow's climax to what has been a weather-hit and largely uninspiring NatWest Series is it will be the first time New Zealand have played a one-day international at Lord's

Freddie Auld

New Zealand v WI, NatWest Series, 9th match

New Zealand look to continue winning streak

Jul 7, 2004: After England's ungainly exit from the NatWest Series, Thursday's game between West Indies and New Zealand at the Rose Bowl has turned into a mini-final, and a chance for both teams to win an important psychological victory before the Lord's final on

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v NZ, NatWest Series, 7th match, Bristol

Fleming flays England's flat bowling

Jul 4, 2004: In his newspaper column this morning, Michael Atherton wrote that England are no better at one-day cricket than they were five years ago, and that they were in serious danger of failing to qualify for the final of a "second-rate triangular

The Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

England v NZ, NatWest Series, 7th match, Bristol

Fleming sets the winning platform

Jul 4, 2004: Stephen Fleming, who fell agonisingly short of a well-deserved hundred, led New Zealand to a comprehensive six-wicket win over England in the seventh NatWest Series game at Bristol

The Wisden Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England's one-day woes

Time for a separation of powers

Jul 1, 2004: Andrew Miller on the case for England's one-day team becoming a 2nd XI

Andrew Miller

England v NZ, NatWest Series, Chester-le-Street

One-day quicket!

Jun 30, 2004: As the England one-day side plummeted to their second thrashing in three days in the NatWest Series, the English journalists took advantage of the early finish to get their claws into the woeful performance

The Paper Round by Freddie Auld

England v NZ, NatWest Series, Chester-le-Street

Franklin exploits England's soft underbelly

Jun 29, 2004: After England's woeful batting performance against West Indies at Trent Bridge on Sunday, Chris Cairns rubbed his hands at the prospect of exploiting England's 'soft underbelly'

The Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

England v NZ, NatWest Series, Chester-le-Street

Five-wicket Franklin frazzles England

Jun 29, 2004: England picked up their dismal one-day form from where they had left off against West Indies at Trent Bridge, as New Zealand completed a thumping seven-wicket victory with exactly half of the day's left unused

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

England v New Zealand, NatWest Series, Riverside

England looking for first win

Jun 29, 2004: England (possible) Michael Vaughan (capt), Marcus Trescothick, Geraint Jones (wk), Andrew Strauss, Paul Collingwood, Anthony McGrath, Ian Blackwell, Rikki Clarke, Darren Gough, Stephen Harmison, James Anderson

New Zealand in England 2004

Snedden dismisses rumours of Bracewell-Fleming rift

Jun 28, 2004: New Zealand Cricket's chief executive, Martin Snedden, has dismissed suggestions of tension between the national team's coach and captain after making a special trip to check all was well in the squad

AAP

England v West Indies, NatWest Series 2004, Trent Bridge

Strauss eager to develop in middle order

Jun 26, 2004: Andrew Strauss made a dream start with the bat for England in the Test series against New Zealand, and he will now have a chance to show what he can do in the middle order in one-day cricket, as England hope to finally get their NatWest Series

Wisden Cricinfo staff

New Zealand v W Indies, NatWest Series, Edgbaston

Rain has the final say

Jun 26, 2004: The NatWest Series eventually got underway today at Edgbaston - well almost

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld
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Tour Results
Australia v New Zealand at The Oval - Sep 16, 2004
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 76 balls remaining)
New Zealand v U.S.A. at The Oval - Sep 10, 2004
New Zealand won by 210 runs
New Zealand v West Indies at Lord's - Jul 10, 2004
New Zealand won by 107 runs
New Zealand v West Indies at Southampton - Jul 8, 2004
No result (abandoned with a toss)
England v New Zealand at Bristol - Jul 4, 2004
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
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