Player of the Match
Player of the Match
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Holding: Embarrassing for the West Indies

Ajit Agarkar, Martin Crowe and Michael Holding analyse the West Indies bowling failure against New Zealand in Wellington

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Holding: West Indies cannot go into this game with all-seam attack

Michael Bevan, Ian Chappell and Michael Holding preview the fourth quarter-final match between New Zealand and West Indies at Wellington

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'Four years of work can end in seven hours' - Sir Richard Hadlee

Sir Richard Hadlee and Curtly Ambrose speak about the upcoming quarter-final between New Zealand and West Indies, in Wellington

  • Wahab's roar, and mad Maxwell

    The Wahab v Watson subplot, a Geoffrey Edelsten lookalike and a clinical chase made for a great experience

  • Gayle personifies faltering West Indies

    If they're serious about building a quality team, they need to do it around Jason Holder

  • Cricket nerds in rugby territory

    When the new, improved and cult-status-acquring Black Caps 2015 are playing in the World Cup quarter final in their home, the hordes are bound to gather at Sydney Kiwi haunt, the Harlequin pub

  • Hesson doesn't mind quick turnaround

    Mike Hesson has called Martin Guptill's unbeaten 237 a "surreal" performance but New Zealand do not have much time to sit back and soak up the acclaim with just a 48-hour turnaround to their semi-final against South Africa at Eden Park

  • More boxes ticked as New Zealand eye summit

    From the first match of this World Cup, from the very first over, they have sought to impose themselves, to set and control the pace of play

Another Low

0

Number times WI have successfully chased a 300+ target. Every other Test nation has achieved this at least once.

Rising to the Occasion

5

Number of NZ batsmen who have scored hundreds in the quarters, semis or finals or any ODI tournament; Guptill is the fifth.

The Caribbean Donut

3-0

New Zealand's win-loss record against West Indies at the Westpac Stadium, Wellington.

NZ choose not to chase

5

Number of consecutive matches where New Zealand have batted second coming into this quarter final.