Sri Lanka in New Zealand

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI, Queenstown

McMillan recalled into squad for second ODI

Dec 29, 2006: McMillan was dropped from the one-day squad around the same time last year for the four home ODIs against Sri Lanka after a poor performance in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy against Australia

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st ODI, Napier

Jayasuriya sizzles in Sri Lanka's win

Dec 28, 2006: Sanath Jayasuriya overpowered New Zealand with brutal batting display, crashing 111 off 82 deliveries, and set up an emphatic seven-wicket victory for Sri Lanka in the first match of a five-game series at Napier

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st ODI, Napier

Astle cleared to play first one-day

Dec 27, 2006: New Zealand and Sri Lanka won a Test and Twenty20 each and the five-match one-day series will decide who takes the winner's position

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Sri Lanka in New Zealand, 2006-07

O'Brien called up as cover

Dec 27, 2006: Iain O'Brien, the Wellington medium-pace bowler, has been called up as cover for Michael Mason and Mark Gillespie during the first ODI against Sri Lanka on December 28

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Twenty20, Auckland

Astle sees New Zealand home

Dec 26, 2006: Stuttering, stumbling, bumbling, New Zealand eventually managed to find a way home, beating Sri Lanka by five wickets at Eden Park to ensure that the two match Twenty20 series was shared one-all

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Sri Lanka v New Zealand, 2006-2007

Fleming rested for first two ODIs

Dec 23, 2006: Stephen Fleming has been rested for the first two one-day internationals against Sri Lanka

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Twenty20, Wellington

Sri Lanka and rain win the day

Dec 22, 2006: Sanath Jayasuriya enjoyed a field day at Wellington's Westpac Stadium, picking up three key wickets as Sri Lanka derailed New Zealand's batting onslaught, and then playing a blitzkrieg of an innings to propel his side to an 18-run Duckworth-Lewis victory

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Off-field incidents did not distract us

Dec 22, 2006: Sri Lanka deserved to win in New Zealand because they played better cricket

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Sri Lanka in New Zealand, 2006-07

Prasanna Jayawardene laid low by appendix surgery

Dec 21, 2006: Prasanna Jayawardene, the Sri Lankan wicketkeeper who played in the two Tests against New Zealand, is in a Wellington hospital after undergoing surgery to remove his appendix

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SLC prepares itself for ICC inquiry

Crowe calls for Murali action review

Dec 21, 2006: Martin Crowe, the former New Zealand batsman, has called for the ICC to review Muttiah Muralitharan's bowling action

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Murali spins Sri Lanka to series leveller

Dec 18, 2006: Muttiah Muralitharan was the ringmaster, claiming his ninth ten-wicket haul of the year, as Sri Lanka wrapped a series-levelling 217-run victory just before tea on day four at the Basin Reserve

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka in New Zealand, 2006-07

Vettori rested for Twenty20 matches

Dec 17, 2006: Daniel Vettori, the New Zealand left-arm spinner, has been rested for the two Twenty20 internationals against Sri Lanka at Wellington and Auckland on December 22 and 26

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Silva special leaves NZ 504 to win

Dec 17, 2006: Chamara Silva completed a courageous comeback from the ignominy of a pair on Test debut at Christchurch with a magnificent unbeaten 152, his maiden Test century, on the third day that left New Zealand needing a mountainous 504 for victory - or, more impor

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Silva powers Sri Lankan lead

Dec 16, 2006: Powered by Chamara Silva's second half-century in this Test, Sri Lanka overcame a top-order wobble to finish the second day in the driving seat with a sizeable 363-run lead

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Wellington, 1st day

Sri Lanka strike after Sangakkara ton

Dec 15, 2006: Kumar Sangakkara dominated the first day at the Basin Reserve with an unbeaten century before Lasith Malinga's high-class spell of genuinely quick bowling burst left New Zealand struggling on 66 for 4

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Wellington

Fleming reignites Murali dismissal debate

Dec 14, 2006: The controversy surrounding Muttiah Muralitharan's run-out in the first Test at Christchurch has been reignited by Stephen Fleming on the eve of the second Test at Wellington

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Christchurch

Desultory crowds leave board perplexed

Dec 10, 2006: Martin Snedden, the CEO of New Zealand Cricket, has admitted that the desultory attendances at the Christchurch Test have left him baffled

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

No regrets on controversial run-out - Fleming

Dec 9, 2006: Stephen Fleming had no regrets about the controversial dismissal of Muttiah Muralitharan in the first Test, saying Muralitharan made a mistake and paid the price

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

New Zealand clinch five-wicket victory

Dec 9, 2006: An extraordinary low-scoring Test match continued to twist and turn during day three but New Zealand hung on to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series

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New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Christchurch, 2nd day

Vettori steers NZ to 52-run lead

Dec 8, 2006: Shane Bond ripped through Sri Lanka during an extraordinary day of Test cricket to leave New Zealand on the verge of victory in the opening Test

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Tour Results
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Hamilton - Jan 9, 2007
No result (abandoned with a toss)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Auckland - Jan 6, 2007
Sri Lanka won by 189 runs
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Christchurch - Jan 2, 2007
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 129 balls remaining) (D/L method)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Queenstown - Dec 31, 2006
New Zealand won by 1 wicket (with 0 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Napier - Dec 28, 2006
Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets (with 60 balls remaining)
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