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Nathan Bracken's control was vital in Australia's Twenty20 victory over New Zealand at the SCG
Nathan Bracken's control was vital in Australia's Twenty20 victory over New Zealand at the SCG © AFP
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Specials

'What a brilliant summer it turned out to be'

Tony Greig Show: New Zealand's fight against Australia

    Downsides of the warm-up

Peter English: SA series will show extent of Australia's decline

    'Winning is in the fabric of our culture'

Matthew Hayden on what makes Australia the force it is

A brief history

From 1945 onwards, Cricinfo rolls back the clock

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Statistics

Trans-Tasman Trophy, 2008/09 (New Zealand in Australia Tests)

Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, 2008/09 (New Zealand in Australia ODIs)

New Zealand in Australia T20I Match, 2008/09

New Zealand tour of Australia, Nov 2008 - Feb 2009

Test matches

One-Day Internationals

Twenty20 Internationals

Twenty20 matches

Quote Unquote

The allrounder Moises Henriques, who has been called into Australia's Twenty20 squad, has a bit to learn about the art of selling himself

Callum Ferguson and Cameron White address a press conference
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Callum Ferguson speaks to the media
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Justin Langer receives the trophy
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Justin Langer sweeps during his half-century
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George Bailey scored an unbeaten 107
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Daniel Vettori took 0 for 42
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Squads

Daniel Vettori (c) Grant Elliott
Daniel Flynn Peter Fulton
Mark Gillespie Gareth Hopkins
Jamie How Brendon McCullum (wk)
Chris Martin Kyle Mills
Iain O'Brien Aaron Redmond
Jesse Ryder Tim Southee
Ross Taylor
Tour Results
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Feb 15, 2009
Australia won by 1 run
Australia v New Zealand at Brisbane - Feb 13, 2009
No result
Australia v New Zealand at Adelaide - Feb 10, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Feb 8, 2009
Australia won by 32 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Feb 6, 2009
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
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