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The Friday Column

The bowlers to fear with the new ball

Mar 2, 2007: A look at the fast bowlers who have been the most effective with the new ball in ODIs since 2006

S Rajesh

The Friday Column

The best ODI bowler at the death

Feb 23, 2007: Toothless bowling during the slog overs has been one of Australia's big weakness in the last month. The Numbers Game looks at the bowlers who have been at their most potent during the slog

S Rajesh

Broken toe expected to rule him out of warm-ups

Hayden eyes Scotland clash for comeback

Feb 22, 2007: Matthew Hayden is in danger of missing Australia's two World Cup warm-up matches in the Caribbean with a broken toe

ESPNcricinfo staff

Clark the answer to bowling problems - Lawson

Australia give Lee extra time

Feb 22, 2007: Australia have given Brett Lee until the day before the team leaves for the World Cup to prove his fitness as they desperately search for answers to their bowling woes

ESPNcricinfo staff

Former captain wants series treated with respect

Gilchrist tour snub upsets Crowe

Feb 21, 2007: Martin Crowe, the former New Zealand captain, believes Adam Gilchrist's comments that Australia did not want to tour for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy were "disrespectful"

ESPNcricinfo staff

'I've shown people I can still bat'

McMillan rides high to World Cup

Feb 21, 2007: Craig McMillan said New Zealand could go to the World Cup without fearing any target

ESPNcricinfo staff

McGrath confident of quick turnaround

Hussey 'demoralised' by series defeat

Feb 21, 2007: A demoralised Michael Hussey has admitted it will take him a while to recover from his Chappell-Hadlee Trophy experience

ESPNcricinfo staff

Opener expects to take part in World Cup

Hayden's toe has time to heal

Feb 21, 2007: Matthew Hayden is hopeful the broken big toe he suffered while scoring an Australian-record 181 will heal in time for the World Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v Australia, 3rd ODI, Hamilton

A flurry of sixes, and a rare clean sweep

Feb 20, 2007: Cricinfo looks at some of the highlights of the cracker between New Zealand and Australia at Hamilton

S Rajesh

'We've got some work to do'

Cooley plans to put bowlers back on track

Feb 20, 2007: Australia's bowling coach Troy Cooley hopes the attack has received the "wake-up call we needed" before the team defends the World Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v Australia, 3rd ODI, Hamilton

Stunning McMillan seals whitewash

Feb 20, 2007: Craig McMillan and Brendon McCullum blasted New Zealand to another massive run-chase as they negated Matthew Hayden's 181 and inflicted a cleansweep on Australia at Hamilton. The home team flew to 350 on the back of McMillan's 117 and his 165-run partners

Brydon Coverdale

Vice-captain says players preferred to stay home

'We didn't want New Zealand tour' - Gilchrist

Feb 20, 2007: Most of Australia's players did not want to tour New Zealand for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, according to the vice-captain Adam Gilchrist

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia search for answers to poor tour

'We're struggling without our stars' - Hodge

Feb 19, 2007: Australia's decision to rest two of their star players had made winning in New Zealand a huge task, according to Brad Hodge

ESPNcricinfo staff

Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, 2006-07

New Zealand rest Bond and Vettori

Feb 19, 2007: New Zealand have rested Shane Bond and Daniel Vettori for the final match of the Chappell-Hadlee series

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Australia must find answers quickly

Feb 19, 2007: Australia have gone from raging favourites to suffering a case of raging World Cup fever in the space of three weeks

Ian Chappell

Fleming rediscovers the art of winning

Taylor completes stunning New Zealand revival

Feb 19, 2007: Dylan Cleaver looks at New Zealand's stunning turnaround

Dylan Cleaver

'There's too much talent for us not to succeed'

McGrath confident form will return for World Cup

Feb 19, 2007: Australia's poor run of form should not be taken as proof they will struggle to defend their World Cup title in the West Indies, according to Glenn McGrath

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v Australia, 2nd ODI, Auckland

Fleming hails 'amazing day'

Feb 18, 2007: Two thumping wins over the best team in the world and a neighbour with whom you share a spicy rivalry is reason enough for joy

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Australia's poor run costs them pole position

South Africa take over top spot

Feb 18, 2007: South Africa have replaced Australia at the head of the ICC ODI rankings following Australia's five-wicket loss to New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland. It is the first time Australia has slipped from the top spot since the rankings began, in October 2002.

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v Australia, 2nd ODI, Auckland

Taylor stars as New Zealand chase down 337

Feb 18, 2007: Australia fell from their No. 1 one-day ranking for the first time as Ross Taylor, Peter Fulton and Craig McMillan propelled New Zealand to 337 with an over to spare to secure the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy

Brydon Coverdale
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Tour Results
New Zealand v Australia at Hamilton - Feb 20, 2007
New Zealand won by 1 wicket (with 3 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Australia at Auckland - Feb 18, 2007
New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Australia at Wellington - Feb 16, 2007
New Zealand won by 10 wickets (with 138 balls remaining)
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