Warner rivals Tendulkar's 1998 run
Stats highlights of David Warner's knock in the third ODI against New Zealand
Smith, Williamson endorse context for ODIs
Opposite numbers Steven Smith and Kane Williamson have endorsed the push at ICC level for league structures for international cricket.
Warner 156 sets up Australia's 3-0 sweep
David Warner's 156 off 128 balls -- his seventh ODI hundred in 2016 -- headlined Australia's 3-0 whitewash of New Zealand.
Proactive Williamson traps Finch and Smith
Plays of the day from the third ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Melbourne
Familiar venue, vastly different context
Little more than 18 months after Australia belted New Zealand in the World Cup , the two sides return to the MCG with rather less on the line
Lehmann gives Mitchell Marsh licence to attack
Australia coach Darren Lehmann diverges from Justin Langer's view of allrounder Mitchell Marsh's role in the team
Warner leads Australia's home dominance
David Warner credited a change in approach to ODIs - constructing an innings and even slowing down - for his supremacy in the format since 2015.
Warner's bumper year continues in another run fest at Manuka Oval
Australia's first 350-plus total against New Zealand, Boult and Henry's dubious record, and other stats highlights from the second ODI in Canberra
Warner, Marsh help Australia reclaim Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
David Warner's sixth century in 2016 coupled with bruising half-centuries of varying degree from Steven Smith, Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh helped Australia seal the series.
Marsh's hat-trick of sixes, Neesham's stinging blow
Plays of the day from the second ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Canberra
New Zealand face must-win after forgettable start
Martin Guptill's good form should work in the favour of the visitors as they face a must-win situation in Canberra.
'We need to take our innings deeper' - Colin Munro
New Zealand batsman Colin Munro feels his side can beat the Australians if it just sticks to its plans
Head took his opportunity - Smith
Steven Smith, Australia's captain, praised Travis Head for taking his opportunity at No. 6 in Australia's 68-run victory over New Zealand in the first match of the Chappell-Hadlee series
Smith and Guptill light up Sydney
Two memorable centuries, including the highest individual score at the ground, plenty of boundaries and a decent atmosphere at the SCG's first international of the home summer
Smith equals Ponting's mark
Stats highlights from the first ODI of the Chappell-Hadlee series in Sydney.
Stunning Smith, steaming Ferguson
Plays of the day from the first ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Sydney.
Smith's 164 sets up big Australia win
Steven Smith's highest ODI score helped Australia secure a 68-run win over New Zealand at the SCG
Williamson impressed by Ferguson's 'messages' in the nets
Will Lockie Ferguson make his ODI debut against Australia on Sunday? His net sessions may suggest so, but the SCG surface will decide the final New Zealand XI
Smith critical of Maxwell's disrespect
Glenn Maxwell has been fined by Australia's team leadership group for his criticism of Matthew Wade
Old rivals clash again with renewed vigour
Both Australia and New Zealand are fresh off Test series' at home, but while the home team will have a full-strength team at their disposal, New Zealand will have to make do with the absence of key personnel
'We can beat anybody' - Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson is focused on his side's potential as New Zealand take on Australia in the first ODI of the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy in Sydney on Sunday
Pat Cummins, Test cricketer?
Pat Cummins has not played a Sheffield Shield match for nearly six years, but the murmurs are building among those who want him rushed back into Australia's Test team
'Australia v NZ: doesn't get much better than that' - Matt Henry
ESPNcricinfo's Melinda Farrell talks with Matt Henry ahead of the Chappell-Hadlee series between New Zealand and Australia
New Zealand face 'important series' without key personnel
New Zealand face a quick change in formats, the loss of some key personnel and the No. 1 ODI team when they travel to Australia for the one-day series.
Ranking is not a motivation for us - Hesson
Mike Hesson believes that winning the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy is more important than climbing up the ODI rankings board