Who would have predicted that: Lance Klusener clubs last ball for giant six to take South Africa to win in low-scoring thriller
While Lance Klusener won South Africa numerous games with both bat and ball, some of his most breathtaking performances came as a finisher with bat in hand
25 June 2020
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have decided to postpone the upcoming Test series in August-September 2020 for a later date.
23 June 2020
England took on New Zealand at the Oval in 2013, in what turned out to be a thrilling IT20 encounter. A 200+ score with the tie going down to the last ball! Who remembers this nail biter at the Oval in 2013?
17 June 2020
June 8, 2018 - The pitch was flat, the outfield was lightning quick and the sun was shining. New Zealand had been in great form..
8 June 2020
June 7, 1975 - If there is only one stat you want to know about New Zealand's tearaway pacer Shane Bond.....
7 June 2020
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2 June 2020
Who would have predicted that: When Daniel Vettori bewildered Bangladesh with his best ODI figures of 5/7
Daniel Vettori was known for drying out the runs as his ODI career economy of 4.12 suggests......
2 June 2020
Who would have predicted that: How Ricky Ponting's 98* in first-ever T20 International saved T20 cricket
It was not the best advert for T20 cricket when Adam Gilchrist, Michael Clarke and Damien Martyn were all dismissed cheaply in the first-ever T20 International played between New Zealand and Australia
29 May 2020
Cricket Australia is confident of hosting a safe and successful summer after announcing its 2020-21 men’s and women’s international schedule.
28 May 2020
Who would have predicted that: Unpredictability serves Guptill well as he races to 237* in 2015 World Cup quarter-final
Martin Guptill was already the man with the highest New Zealand ODI score after his unbeaten 189 against England at Southampton in 2013....
18 May 2020
Scotland’s upcoming One Day International and T20 International against the BLACKCAPS at The Grange, Edinburgh in June have been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
14 May 2020
Who would have predicted that: Dilshan, Malinga hand Sri Lanka Super-Over win at 2012 World Twenty20
Sri Lanka and New Zealand put on an exhibition during the ICC World Twenty20 in 2012 as the two teams took the match into a Super Over.
13 May 2020
The 41st match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street was the last league match for both England and New Zealand. While England had to win to qualify for the semis...
3 May 2020
Who would have predicted that: Brilliant ton by Kiwi all-rounder Jamie How secures dramatic Tie against England
Jamie How played international cricket for New Zealand between 2006 and 2011.
1 May 2020
As has been the case through most of the 2015 and the 2019 World Cup, left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc proved to be the star for Australia yet again as he ripped open the Kiwi batting order with his express pace and on-point yorkers.
29 April 2020
When South Africa could only manage 241 on the back of knocks from Rassie van der Dussen 67(64) and Hashim Amla 55(83), it seemed that New Zealand would do the job in a canter. But, with the wicket at Edgbaston having been under covers for days, the assumption was faulty.
17 April 2020
Who would have predicted that: Martin Crowe's opening salvo outfoxes Aussies in 1992 World Cup opener
In our new feature series - Who would have predicted that? – we are looking back at matches where there were big upsets or extraordinary individual performances that turned matches on their head.
10 April 2020
A Cricket World series, CWC 2019 Recap looks at all the high-octane encounters from the last year's ODI World Cup: from Jofra Archer's bouncers to Rohit Sharma's hundreds and from Mitchell Starc's yorkers to Virat Kohli's antics.
30 March 2020
Australia beat New Zealand by 71 runs, in the 1st ODI of the three match Gillette ODI Series, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney today.
13 March 2020
Cricket Australia has today announced the following actions in relation to the global coronavirus pandemic.
12 March 2020