The final game of the Indian Premier League 2014 league stage ended in dramatic circumstances when the Mumbai Indians beat the Rajasthan Royals by five wickets to seal a remarkable passage into the play-offs.
The Black Caps have introduced several new faces to their international squads over the past 12 months and some of those have been rewarded with a place in the new list. Impressive quick-bowler Mitchell McClenaghan and opener Hamish Rutherford have both enjoyed a superb start to their international careers and are included, as are left-arm spinner Bruce Martin, all-rounders Colin Munro, Grant Elliott and Corey Anderson, and batsmen Tom Latham and Peter Fulton
New Zealand have replaced Grant Elliott with Corey Anderson in their ICC Champions Trophy 2013 squad after Elliott suffered a calf injury.
Anderson, who has played three Twenty20 Internationals, will make his One-Day International debut against England after the International Cricket Council (ICC) approved the change.
Experienced all-rounder Grant Elliott has been called up to replace Corey Anderson in New Zealand's One-Day International squad.
Anderson has suffered a fracture to his left thumb and will play no part in the three-match series with South Africa, which gets underway on 19th January in Paarl.
New Zealand have named five uncapped players in their squad for the three-match One-Day International series against South Africa which follows the two-match Test series next month. Colin Munro, Corey Anderson, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ronnie Hira and Jimmy Neesham are all included after performing relatively well in the three-match T20 series, which South Africa won 2-1 earlier this week.