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2nd match, Birmingham

Australia v New Zealand

Apr 11, 2018: Wisden's review of the second match, Australia v New Zealand

James Gingell

Williamson, Taylor dominate Australia in opener

Jun 3, 2017: Kane Williamson scored his first ODI hundred against Australia

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia v New Zealand, Group A, Edgbaston

New Zealand's celebrations suffer a reality check

Jun 2, 2017: New Zealand dominated Australia with bat and ball, but they finished a washed-out game knowing that their hopes of qualification have been dented

Jarrod Kimber at Edgbaston

Australia v New Zealand, Group A, Edgbaston

We would have preferred to be in New Zealand's position - Smith

Jun 2, 2017: Steven Smith admitted his Australia side "got away with one" after rain forced an abandonment in their ICC Champions Trophy match against New Zealand at Edgbaston

George Dobell at Edgbaston

Australia v New Zealand, Group A, Edgbaston

Rain ruins New Zealand's prospects

Jun 2, 2017: A Kane Williamson hundred and a Josh Hazlewood six-for highlighted yet another Champions Trophy washout between Australia and New Zealand at Edgbaston

The Report by Brydon Coverdale

Australia v New Zealand, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

Williamson sparkles in the gloom

Jun 1, 2017: Kane Williamson followed the decision to bat first by setting his team up for a challenging total in their tournament opener against Australia

Varun Shetty

Australia v New Zealand, Champions Trophy 2017, Edgbaston

NZ yet to plug McCullum-sized hole in top order

Jun 1, 2017: New Zealand are still trying to figure out their ideal top-order combination and, given the short duration of the Champions Trophy, they will have to find a solution quickly to stay relevant in the tournament

Jarrod Kimber at Edgbaston

Australia v New Zealand, Group A, Edgbaston

Trans-Tasman rivals prepare for battle on neutral ground

Jun 1, 2017: Australia and New Zealand have beaten each other at their respective homes recently, but the stakes are high in a compressed tournament

The Preview by Brydon Coverdale
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