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New Zealand tour Australia where they will play three Tests, including the first ever day/night Test in Adelaide.
Australian captain Steven Smith admitted that the decision by third umpire Nigel Llong to give Nathan Lyon not out in the third Test against New Zealand was a "pretty big error".
120,000 spectators in three days, two happy captains, a pink ball, floodlights and a new chapter for Test cricket.
Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has claimed a career-high second spot in the International Cricket Council Test player rankings on the back of his excellent performance in the ongoing series against South Africa.
The International Cricket Council has admitted that the decision of umpire Nigel Llong to give a not out verdict in favour of Nathan Lyon in the day-night Test at the Adelaide Oval was incorrect.
The New Zealand selectors have decided to show faith in the duo of Martin Guptill and Mark Craig by retaining them in the 12-man squad for the upcoming home Test series against Sri Lanka.
Former Australian batsman Michael Hussey feels that the concept of the day-night Test matches will catch on in various countries after the stupendous success of the game in Adelaide.
Josh Hazlewood is the Cricket World Player of the Week for his nine-wicket haul in the game which set the win for Australia in the first-ever day-night Test against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australia spearhead Mitchell Starc said on Monday that he will be delaying surgery on his ankle in a bid to feature in the upcoming tour of New Zealand and the 2016 World Twenty20.
The New Zealand team management has asked for clarification from the International Cricket Council on the controversial decision involving Nathan Lyon in the first innings of the third Test against Australia in Adelaide.
Australian captain Steve Smith was full of praise for his players Josh Hazlewood, Shaun Marsh and Peter Siddle after completing a three-wicket win in the first-ever day-night Test against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australia created history at the Adelaide Oval by winning the first-ever day-night Test by three wickets to seal a 2-0 series victory against New Zealand but not before Trent Boult gave them a scare with his five-wicket haul.
Australian bowling coach Craig McDermott revealed that the team management is looking to get their injured fast bowler Mitchell Starc fit in time for the tour of New Zealand in February 2016.
Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood said that he was confident of taking up the responsibility in the absence of the injured Mitchell Starc in the remainder of the third Test against New Zealand in Adelaide.
An otherwise entertaining second day's play of the third Test between Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval was marred by an umpiring controversy which involved Nathan Lyon.
Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Marsh shared five wickets under lights for Australia to keep New Zealand's lead down to 94 at stumps on day two of the third Test in Adelaide after Peter Nevill along with the lower order rescued the Australian innings earlier.
Australia pace spearhead Mitchell Starc has been ruled out from bowling in the remainder of the ongoing third Test against New Zealand in Adelaide after suffering a stress fracture on his right foot on day one.
Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle became the 15th Australian bowler to take 200 Test wickets during his spell on the first day of the ongoing third Test match against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australia lost both their openers early under lights after a collective effort from their bowlers dismissed New Zealand for just 202 on day one as the first ever day-night Test in Adelaide was a huge success.
New Zealand pacer Trent Boult is expected to take the field in the third Test match against Australia in Adelaide after recovering from his back injury.
Australian spinner Steve O'Keefe has been released from the squad for the third Test against New Zealand which will be played in Adelaide on Friday.
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon is ready to face the challenge of bowling with a pink ball during the first ever day-night Test match against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australian vice-captain David Warner has shrugged off the uncertainty of playing with the pink ball ahead of the first-ever day-night Test match against New Zealand.
Former Australian bowler and current Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie has come out in support of the concept of playing day-night Test matches.
Australian left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe feels that the Adelaide Oval is the best place to play a day-night Test match with the pink ball.
New Zealand will be sweating on the fitness of the left-arm pacer Trent Boult as they gear up to face Australia in the first ever day-night Test match in Adelaide on Friday.
New Zealand opening batsman Martin Guptill, who had a good outing in the tour game against a Western Australia XI, revealed that the pink ball was easier to spot during batting, but might cause concerns while fielding.
We witnessed two Tests in the last couple of weeks that raise many questions - one in Mohali that ended within three days and another at the WACA, Perth that witnessed four centuries and two massive double centuries. Is home advantage the biggest factor in Test matches?
The Australian team will honour Phillip Hughes during the third Test match against New Zealand in Adelaide on his first death anniversary.
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon reckons that the pink ball will be an advantage for the spinners in the upcoming first-ever day-night Test match against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australian fast bowler James Pattinson is excited about making a return to Test cricket after being called up to the squad for the third Test against New Zealand following the retirement of Mitchell Johnson.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson believes that the Black Caps have gained confidence from their fightback in the second Test match against Australia in Perth which ended in a draw.
The Australian selectors have called up Shaun Marsh and James Pattinson to replace Usman Khawaja and Mitchell Johnson for the third and final Test match against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Australian fast bowler, Mitchell Johnson, who has retired from international and first class cricket on Tuesday, expressed that it was a special day in his career.
Mitchell Johnson signed off on a wonderful career for Australia as New Zealand survived with a draw while chasing a stiff target of 312 runs on the fifth and final day of the second Test match in Perth.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has announced his retirement from international and first-class cricket, effective from the end of the ongoing second Test match against New Zealand in Perth.
Steven Smith and Adam Voges struck splendid centuries to stretch Australia’s lead to 193 runs with eight wickets in hand in the second innings, after a marathon knock from Ross Taylor helped New Zealand to 624 on the fourth day of the second Test in Perth.
Ross Taylor slammed a career-best double hundred and Kane Williamson also scored a century as New Zealand reduced their first innings deficit to 49 runs at stumps on day three of the second Test against Australia in Perth.
Australian batsman Usman Khawaja has been ruled out of the ongoing series against New Zealand after picking up a hamstring injury on the second day of the second Test in Perth.
Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee has voiced his support for The WACA ground in Perth amidst proposals to move top flight international games to the new stadium in Burswood.
David Warner amassed an unbeaten 244 while Usman Khawaja scored a composed 121 as the duo shared 302 runs between them to take Australia to 416 for two at stumps on day one of the second Test against New Zealand in Perth.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson revealed that he often thinks about retirement from the game as he feels that his time in international cricket is nearing to an end.
Australian captain Steven Smith has confirmed that Australia will be going with an unchanged line-up for the second Test against New Zealand in Perth.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann is expecting a better fielding display from his players in the second Test against New Zealand in Perth which begins on 13th November.
Injured New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee successfully underwent a light training session in Perth ahead of the second Test match against Australia.
South African batsman AB de Villiers has returned to the top of the ICC Test batting rankings but with just 44 points separating the top seven, he has his work cut out to stay there.
For his swashbuckling centuries in both innings of the first Test against New Zealand in Brisbane, setting the platform for Australia's win, David Warner is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc has been handed a fine by the International Cricket Council for throwing the ball at Mark Craig in the fifth day of the first Test against New Zealand in Brisbane.
New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham has been ruled out of the remaining two Test matches against Australia after picking up a back injury in the first Test in Brisbane.
The Australian bowlers produced a clinical performance on the final day to wrap up the New Zealand innings for 295 despite a run-a-ball 80 from Brendon McCullum to win the first Test in Brisbane by a massive 208 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the series.
On the back of a fifty from Kane Williamson and a couple of rain interruptions, New Zealand stretched the game into the fifth day, needing 362 more runs to win with seven wickets in hand, after Australia declared overnight on day four in the first Test in Brisbane.
David Warner and Joe Burns scored centuries at better than run-a-ball as Australia flattened New Zealand by taking a lead of 503 with six wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the first Test in Brisbane.
New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner has been called up as a cover for injured Tim Southee, who had to leave the field of play midway through the second day of the first Test match against Australia in Brisbane.
Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc took two wickets each to leave New Zealand in trouble at 157 for five at stumps on day two in Brisbane after Australia declared their first innings at 556 for four.
New Zealand received a hostile welcome in Australia as David Warner's superlative 163-run knock and Usman Khawaja's unbeaten 102 helped their team post 389 for two on day one of the first Test of the Trans-Tasman trophy in Brisbane.
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that the three-match Trans-Tasman series between Australia and New Zealand will be fiercely competitive.
The Australian and New Zealand selectors have opted to pick Josh Hazlewood and Doug Bracewell respectively for the first Test match in Brisbane.
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