Following a comprehensive victory against South Africa in the first T20, New Zealand would like to make it 2-0 in the second game at Seddon Park.
After having whitewashed hosts New Zealand, 3-0, in the three-match ODI series only last week, South Africa will be keen to replicate their form when the focus shifts to the five-match T20I series starting at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Sunday (February 2) . South Africa, who had a dreadful time on their
The T20I tri-series involving Australia, England and India kicked off in style, with India beating England by five wickets in a high-voltage clash at the Manuka Oval in Canberra on Friday (January 31). For the majority of the second innings, England seemed to have their noses in front, but in the final six overs, Harmanpreet
India’s batting after its failure in the warm-up clash, England’s bowling combination and the weather owing to bush-fires will be in focus ahead of India-England clash on Friday (Jan 31).
Two games, two losses. Sophie Devine’s introduction to captaincy hasn’t been a good one, with New Zealand suffering their first-ever ODI series loss to South Africa— at home at that. Both games were a case of the hosts being thoroughly outplayed by a well-oiled unit. South Africa, who came in to the series as marginal
New Zealand will look to draw level and keep the series alive when they lock horns against South Africa in the second ODI on Monday (Jan 27).
South Africa start their tour of New Zealand with an all important three-match ODI series in Auckland on Saturday (January 23). All three games are crucial points for both teams in the ICC Championship, with South Africa one point behind Pakistan in fifth place and the hosts a further two points back on 14 points.
India A and India B were to clash in the opening match of the Senior T20 Challenger, but rain threat looms large on Saturday (Jan 4).
Pakistan slipped from poor in the ODIs to abysmal in the T20I format to concede the series, 2-0, against England with one game to spare. In the second T20I, they faced 17 consecutive dot balls, using up 12.2 overs of their innings without scoring. Chasing a daunting target of 186, the situation required for them
While England seemed to have found their mojo after the Ashes debacle, Pakistan have some soul-searching to do with the series on the line.