Eoin Morgan (right) and Joe Root hit blistering centuries as England recorded the biggest successful chase in all One-Day Internationals in England
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor put on a record breaking 206-run stand as New Zealand defeated England by three wickets in Southampton.
Can England turn it on again at The Oval or will New Zealand bounce back?
Jos Buttler (right) celebrates his century in the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Birmingham
Eoin Morgan in a training session ahead of the first One-Day International against New Zealand.
Brendon McCullum and his team mates applauds after winning the second Test against England in Headingley.
Mark Craig scored a 77-ball 58 before rain played spoilsport washing out two sessions on day four of the Headingley Test.
BJ Watling scored a crucial 136-ball century as New Zealand dominated day three of the second Test against England in Headingley.
Adam Lyth (left) and Alastair Cook (right) now hold the record for the highest opening run stand in Headingley as the duo put on 177 against New Zealand on day two.
The moment. Alastair Cook celebrates as he passes Graham Gooch's England run record during the second Test in Headingley.
James Anderson being congratulated by his England teammates after achieving the milestone of 400 wickets in Test cricket.
James Anderson enters 400 Test wickets club at Headingley
Alastair Cook during a practice session in Headingley.
Brendon McCullum is 10/1 to be man of the match at Headingley
Things are looking good for England as they prepare for the second Test at Headingley
There is much to ponder for Mike Hesson (left) and Brendon McCullum
Alastair Cook's return to form was welcomed by England fans and his century at Lord's helped set the game up for England
Martin Guptill in action during nets in Headingley.
Joe Root is 3/1 to be England's top batsman at Headingley
England completed a remarkable turnaround on the back of allround efforts from Ben Stokes and a gritty century by skipper Alastair Cook winning the First Test against New Zealand at Lord’s by 124 runs
Mumbai Indians lifted the IPL 2015 title after beating Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in the final
Mumbai Indians celebrate their 2015 Indian Premier League win in Kolkata.
Alastair Cook (left) and Ben Stokes (right) put on a 132-run stand as England dominated day four taking a 295-run lead at the Lord's.
Mark Wood celebrates the wicket of New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum on day three of the first Test at Lord's.
Ashish Nehra registered figures of 3-28 against Royal Challengers Bangalore helping Chennai Super Kings reach their sixth Indian Premier League final.
Kane Williamson in action during day two of the Lord's Test against England.
Matt Henry celebrates the wicket of Joe Root in the First Test against England at Lord's.
Brendon McCullum Wants New Zealand To Top ICC Test Rankings
AB de Villiers (left) and Mandeep Singh (right) put on a 113-run stand as Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Rajasthan Royals by 71 runs in the eliminator.
Tim Southee Aims To Repeat Lord's Heroics