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New Zealand tour India in September and October to play three Tests and five One-Day Internationals.
New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson lamented his players' decision making abilities following the 3-2 series defeat against India recently.
Amit Mishra picked a five-wicket haul as New Zealand were bowled out for their lowest total against India allowing the home side to win the fifth One-Day International in Visakhapatnam by a massive 190 runs to claim the series 3-2.
A scintillating 72 from Martin Guptill followed by a clinical bowling performance ensured New Zealand levelled the series 2-2 following their 19-run victory over India in the fourth One-Day International in Ranchi.
The Indian selectors have named an unchanged 14-man squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against New Zealand to be played in Ranchi and Visakhapatnam.
Virat Kohli smashed a colossal 154 while skipper MS Dhoni supported him with a fluent 84 as India chased down 286 against New Zealand with seven wickets in hand in the third One-Day International in Mohali.
A collective bowling effort saw New Zealand successfully defend 242 runs against India in the second One-Day International in Delhi by six runs to level the series 1-1.
Indian batsman Suresh Raina will not take part in the second One-Day International against New Zealand in Delhi after failing to recover from a viral fever.
A three-wicket haul on debut from Hardik Pandya and an unbeaten 85 from Virat Kohli helped India register a thumping six-wicket win over New Zealand by chasing a target of 191 runs in 33.1 overs in the first One-Day International in Dharamsala.
In the upcoming five-match One-Day International series against New Zealand, India need to win the contest by a margin of 4-1 or more if they want to rise in the International Cricket Council team rankings.
England had a dampening start to their preparations for the Test series with rain washing out the first day's play against Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in Chittagong without a ball being bowled.
India's middle-order batsman Suresh Raina has been ruled out of the opening game of the One-Day International series against New Zealand at Dharmasala on Sunday due to a viral fever.
Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has reclaimed the pole position in the International Cricket Council rankings for bowlers after his recent performance in the Test series against England.
Indian Test captain Virat Kohli admitted that the performances of Ravichandran Ashwin will play a crucial role if the team is to maintain its number one position in the longer format.
Ravichandran Ashwin registered his career-best figure of a 13-wicket haul in the game as India dismissed New Zealand for 153 runs in the final innings and completed a massive 321-run victory in the third Test in Indore to complete a 3-0 series whitewash.
After Ravichandran Ashwin's six-wicket haul dismissed New Zealand for 299 in their first innings, India managed to stretch their lead to 276 runs at stumps on day three of the third Test in Indore.
A record-breaking 365-run stand between Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane helped India register a total of 557 for five before declaring, following which New Zealand scored 28 for naught to end the second day of the third Test match in Indore.
Virat Kohli scored a confident century while Ajinkya Rahane supported him with an unbeaten 79 as India scored 267 for three at stumps on day one of the second Test against New Zealand in Indore.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, who missed the second Test in Kolkata due to illness, is in line to return for the final game of the three-match series in Indore.
Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar will miss out on the third Test match against New Zealand due to a back strain which he picked up during the second match in Kolkata.
Indian opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan has suffered a minor fracture of his left hand and will not take part in the third Test match against New Zealand in Indore.
A comprehensive bowling performance from India bowled New Zealand out for 197 runs in their second innings of the second Test in Kolkata on day four and secured a 178-run win, thereby clinching the pole position in the ICC rankings.
After dismissing New Zealand for 204 in their first innings, Indian batsmen led by a fluent 82 by Rohit Sharma stretched the lead for the home side to 339 with two wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the second Test in Kolkata.
On a rain-hit second day in the second Test in Kolkata, Bhuvneshwar Kumar rattled New Zealand with a five-wicket haul and reduced them to 128 for seven in 34 overs after India posted 316 runs in the first innings, riding on an unbeaten fifty from Wriddhiman Saha.
Matt Henry led from the front with a three-wicket haul as New Zealand bowlers restricted Indian batting lineup to 239 for seven at stumps on day one of the second Test in Kolkata.
New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham has been ruled out of the second Test match against India in Kolkata after failing to fully recover from his rib injury.
Opening batsman Gautam Gambhir has been named as the replacement for the injured Lokesh Rahul in the Indian squad for the ongoing Test series against New Zealand.
New Zealand off-spinner Mark Craig has been ruled out of the remainder of the ongoing Test series against India after suffering from a side strain.
Riding on a six-wicket haul from Ravichandran Ashwin, India bowled New Zealand out for 236 runs in 87.3 overs to secure a massive 197-run victory in the first Test in Kanpur while taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
For his all-round performance in the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur leading his team to a 197-run victory, India's Ravindra Jadeja is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Ravichandran Ashwin rattled the New Zealand top order with a triple strike in the second innings to restrict them to 93 for four after the batsmen set a target of 434 runs on the fourth day of the first Test in Kanpur.
Unbeaten fifties from Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara stretched India’s lead to 215 runs after Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin bundled New Zealand out for 262 runs in 95.5 overs on the third day of the first Test in Kanpur.
After bowling out India for 318 runs, Tom Latham and Kane Williamson scored fluent fifties to power New Zealand's reply on the rain-hit second day of the first Test in Kanpur.
New Zealand bowlers led by Trent Boult and Mitchell Santner made a tremendous comeback to restrict India from 154 for one at one stage to 291 for nine at stumps on day one of the first Test in Kanpur.
Indian fast bowler Ishant Sharma, who is recovering from the mosquito-borne Chikungunya, is set to miss the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur starting on 22nd September.
All-rounder James Neesham is set to miss New Zealand's first Test against India in Kanpur after suffering a rib injury during training last Thursday.
New Zealand have picked all-rounder Corey Anderson as a specialist batsman in the squad for the One-Day Internationals against India to be played next month.
Luke Ronchi's century was the only saving grace for the New Zealanders on day three as they were dismissed for 235 in their second innings, ending the tour game against Mumbai at Feroz Shah Kotla in a draw.
Five of the Mumbai batsmen crossed the 50-run mark as they went on to post 431 for five at stumps on day two managing a lead of 107 runs over New Zealanders in the tour game in Delhi.
New Zealand pacer Tim Southee has been ruled out of the Test series against India after sustaining an ankle injury.
The Indian selectors on Monday have announced a 15-man squad for the upcoming three-match Test series against New Zealand starting later this month.
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