New Zealand In India
CW® Player Of The Week - Yusuf Pathan
Indian all-rounder Yusuf Pathan has been named as the Cricket World® Player Of The Week after his starring performances helped his side beat New Zealand 5-0 in their One-Day International series.
In the fourth ODI in Bangalore, Pathan returned three for 49 in nine overs, picking up the wickets of Scott Styris, Daniel Vettori and Kyle Mills as New Zealand made 315 for seven.
Pathan Hits Maiden Century As India Go 4-0 Up
Yusuf Pathan hammered a 79-ball century before India won the fourth One-Day International against New Zealand by five wickets in Bangalore.
James Franklin smashed an unbeaten 98 in 69 balls as New Zealand posted 315 for seven but with Pathan in stunning form, India were able to surpass that and move into a 4-0 series lead with Pathan unbeaten on 123 in 96 balls.
Vettori Pays Tribute To Yusuf Pathan After Ton
New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori has praised Yusuf Pathan after the all-rounder's aggressive unbeaten century helped India move into a 4-0 One-Day International series win in Bangalore.
Pathan smashed an unbeaten 123 in 96 balls - his maiden ODI century - as India chased down 316 to win with seven balls to spare as New Zealand's improved batting effort proved to be in vain.
Spinners Lead Indian Rout Of New Zealand
India's spinners shared seven wickets as they dismissed New Zealand for just 103 on their way to a crushing eight-wicket victory in the fifth and final One-Day International in Chennai.
New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat before slumping to their lowest score in ODI cricket against India, who then raced to 107 for two in 21.1 overs to seal a 5-0 series clean sweep.
Cricket World® TV - India 5-0 New Zealand
Cricket TV - John Pennington and Amit Masram look back at India's recent 5-0 One-Day International series win over New Zealand, considering what effect it could have on both sides as they build up to the World Cup.
India Spin New Zealand Out For 103
India's spinners shared seven wickets as New Zealand were bowled out for just 103 in the fifth and final One-Day International in Chennai.
New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat before slumping to their lowest score in ODI cricket against India, who are chasing a series sweep as they lead 4-0.
Nehra Called Up To Replace Praveen Kumar
Left-arm fast bowler Ashish Nehra has been called up to replace fellow quick bowler Praveen Kumar for the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Guwahati.
Nehra has played 105 One-Day Internationals for India as well as 17 Test matches, taking 144 wickets in ODI cricket.
Gambhir To Lead India Against New Zealand
Opening batsman Gautam Gambhir will captain India when they take on New Zealand in the first two matches of their...
The Curious Case Of Harbhajan Singh
Spinners get better with age, as wine does. Some of the finest spinners the game has ever seen reinvented their art as the years went by and improved their wicket taking prowess, by devising new means to dismiss the batsman.
So, how has Harbhajan Singh fared after a dozen seasons of Test cricket under his belt?
Gambhir Century Powers India To Victory
Indian captain Gautam Gambhir led his side to an emphatic eight-wicket victory over New Zealand in the second One-Day International with a fluent unbeaten century in Jaipur.
Half-centuries from Martin Guptill and Scott Styris boosted New Zealand as they posted a score of 258 for eight before Gambhir's 138 saw India power home with seven overs to spare.
Franklin Replaces Ryder For India ODI Series
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have confirmed that all-rounder James Franklin is to replace Jesse Ryder in New Zealand's One-Day International squad to play India.
Ryder suffered a calf injury during the first match of New Zealand's Test series against India and although he played on, he is not going to be risked for the ODI series.
Kohli Century Sets Up Indian Victory
Virat Kohli scored a fine century - his second in as many matches - as India beat New Zealand by 40 runs in the opening One-Day International in Guwahati.
Kohli's 105 in 104 balls helped India reach 276 before they were bowled out and in reply, New Zealand were dismissed for 236.
India-New Zealand Fifth ODI Preview
India has a great chance to take revenge of the 5-2 thrashing during their last tour to New Zealand in 2003, with the hosts in a dominant 4-0 position in the five match series.
Amit Masram previews the final match of a one-sided series as India push for a 5-0 win in Chennai...
Zaheer, Kumar Return For End Of ODI Series
Fast bowlers Zaheer Khan and Praveen Kumar are to return to India's line-up for the final three One-Day Internationals against New Zealand.
Meanwhile, senior players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh will continue to be rested for the remainder of the series.
Second Gambhir Ton Seals Series For India
Gautam Gambhir's rich vein of form continued as his unbeaten century steered India to a series-clinching nine-wicket win over New Zealand in the third One-Day International in Vadodara.
Gambhir closed unbeaten on 126 as India chased down a target of 225 to go 3-0 up with two matches to play with ten overs and three balls to spare.
Bowlers Enjoy Best Of Shortened Opening Day
India got out of the blocks quickly on day one of the third and final Test against New Zealand in Nagpur as they reduced the...
Injured Tuffey Ruled Out Of ODI Series
New Zealand's preparations for the second One-Day International against India and the rest of the series have been hit with the news that experienced fast bowler Daryl Tuffey is to return home due to injury.
Tuffey, a veteran of 94 ODIs, strained a bicep during his side's 40-run defeat in the opening game of the five-match series and will play no further part in the contest.
Franklin Powers New Zealand To 315
James Franklin smashed an unbeaten 98 in 69 balls as New Zealand posted 315 for seven against India in the fourth One-Day International in Bangalore.
Franklin's career-best effort helped New Zealand accelerate after a series of batsmen made starts but failed to go on and India appeared to be in a strong position.
India's Main Men Prepare For Second ODI
India's men of the moment - Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir - are pictured during a training session ahead of the second One-Day International against New Zealand in Jaipur on Wednesday.
Styris And Guptill Guide New Zealand To 258
Half-centuries from Martin Guptill and Scott Styris boosted New Zealand as they posted a score of 258 for eight in the second One-Day International against India in Jaipur.
Guptill made 70 and Styris 59 as the Black Caps recovered from a mid-innings slump, inspired by quick bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth's figures of four for 47.