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Live scores, match reports and the latest news as New Zealand take on the West Indies in a series of three Tests and two Twenty20 Internationals. Fitness permitting, the first Test will be Chris Gayle's 100th for the West Indies.
The West Indies beat New Zealand by 39 runs in the second and final Twenty20 International in Dominica as the series was tied 1-1.
New Zealand won the opening Twenty20 International against the West Indies by 12 runs in Dominica after a match that was interrupted and finally ended prematurely by bad weather.
New Zealand clinched just their second ever Test series win in the West Indies after boldly declaring overnight and then dismissing their hosts for 254 in the decisive third game in Barbados.
Kane Williamson struck a career-best 161 not out as New Zealand extended their lead over the West Indies to 307 runs on a stop-start fourth day of the decisive third Test in Barbados.
The West Indies have rested Chris Gayle and recalled Christopher Barnwell, Darren Bravo and Kieron Polalrd to a 13-man squad for the two Twenty20 Internationals against New Zealand.
New Zealand closed day three of fhe decisive third Test against the West Indies in Barbados with a lead of 99 runs after they enjoyed their best day of the match so far.
The West Indies were rapidly eating into New Zealand's lead on day two of the decisive third Test in Barbados before rain stopped play after lunch and no resumption was possible.
Left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn and fast bowler Kemar Roach shared nine wickets as the West Indies bowled New Zealand out for 293 on day one of the decisive third Test in Barbados.
West Indies head coach Ottis Gibson says that his side's excellent 10-wicket win over New Zealand in Trindiad has given them both momentum and confidence heading into the decider at Barbados.
New Zealand's Kane Williamson has had his bowling action reported following the second Test against the West Indies in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.
West Indian opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite has been named the Cricket World Player Of The Week after his maiden Test century helped set up a series-levelling win for his side over New Zealand.
The West Indies have named an unchanged 14-man squad for the decisive third Test against New Zealand, which begins on 26th June in Barbados.
Chris Gayle smashed 80 not out in 46 balls to hurry the West Indies to a 10-wicket win in the second Test in Trinidad after New Zealand's brave resistance was finally broken.
New Zealand took the second Test against the West Indies in Trinidad into a fifth and final day but have just two wickets remaining in their second innings and a lead of 18.
New Zealand were solid as they made their way to 73 for one in their second innings to close day three of the second Test against the West Indies in Trinidad 166 runs behind.
Kraigg Brathwaite and Darren Bravo reached three figures to help the West Indies close day two of the second Test against New Zealand in Trinidad 89 runs ahead.
11 wickets fell on the opening day of the second Test between the West Indies and New Zealand in Trinidad after the batsmen had enjoyed the better of the early exchanges.
The West Indies have responded to their heavy defeat to New Zealand in the first Test by calling up uncapped batsmen Jermaine Blackwood and Leon Johnson.
The very thought of Shivnarine Chanderpaul not playing international cricket in the near future may be enough to send shivers down any West Indian fan's spine, writes Bimal Mirwani.
New Zealand's spinners, led by debutant Mark Craig, played the starring roles as the Black Caps wrapped up a 186-run win over the West Indies on day four of the opening Test in Jamaica.
Tim Southee and Mark Craig took four wickets apiece to help New Zealand build a 260-run lead by stumps on day three of the first Test against the West Indies in Jamaica.
Jimmy Neesham became the first New Zealander to score centuries in each of his first two Test matches as his side declared their first innings on day two of the opening game against the West Indies in Jamaica.
The runs did not come quickly for New Zealand on day one of the opening Test against the West Indies in Jamaica, but they made good use of winning the toss to close on 240 for two.
New Zealand meet the West Indies in a three-Test series that gets underway in Jamaica on Sunday (8th June). Matt Carter studies the form, the history and the stats in his in-depth preview of the series.
The West Indies have added fast bowler Jason Holder to their Test squad two days before the first match against New Zeland begins in Jamaica.
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