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Highlights - New Zealand stay unbeaten in home season (3:51)
1dThe Preview by Danyal Rasool

Pakistan hope change in format brings change in fortunes

They are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in T20Is, but New Zealand have a clear psychological edge going into Monday's game at the Westpac Stadium, having won 12 matches on the bounce against Pakistan across formats

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2dShashank Kishore in Mount Maunganui

Rachin Ravindra helps NZ finish top of Group A

Rachin Ravindra's half-century and four-wicket haul vaulted New Zealand to the top of Group A, thereby setting up a quarter-final against Afghanistan in Christchurch

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3dShashank Kishore

Tendulkar who?

Not everyone at the Under-19 World Cup has heard of the most prolific Test batsman of them all

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3dShashank Kishore in Mount Maunganui

Understanding New Zealand's talent-grooming system

New Zealand Under-19 coach Paul Wiseman talks about the country's junior programme, which prioritises the development of young players and the production of future Black Caps above results

Highlights - Guptill's ton leads New Zealand to series sweep (4:17)
WATCH - Faheem misses easy run out (0:41)
WATCH - Guptill's steady ton (2:08)
2.5 6 Aamer Yamin to Guptill, SIX runs (0:36)
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5dThe Report by Danyal Rasool

New Zealand overcome late surge to seal 5-0 sweep

Martin Guptill's 13th ODI century and Matt Henry's four-wicket haul led the way as New Zealand endured a late attack from Pakistan's lower order to seal the series

WATCH - Shoaib concussed by fielder's throw (0:38)
WATCH - De Grandhomme's brutal fifty (1:38)
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6dThe Report by Danyal Rasool

De Grandhomme and Munro overcome Pakistan's fight

It was a contest between the sophistication of Pakistan's bowling attack and the raw power of two New Zealand batsmen named Colin. And as with all other games on this tour, it was the home side who emerged victorious

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7dShashank Kishore

Meticulous Rachin building on father's cricket genes

Playing his second U-19 World Cup, Rachin Ravindra is benefting from a lot of efforts his father has put in too, by founding a cricket club in Wellington and making his son play across South India

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We're 'very smart' on tough pitches - Hesson

"We often want to play with a bit of flair and be aggressive with everything we do with the bat and sometimes conditions don't allow that. We're playing some smart cricket, particularly on a variety of surfaces," said New Zealand's coach

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