Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne was the first concussion substitute in the history of the game. But time has changed and with the outbreak of novel coronavirus pandemic it has added new dimensions to the game. As a result, Auckland bowler Ben Lister
It was a comeback for the ages by New Zealand as they won their fourth consecutive ODI against India and sealed a 3-0 sweep to draw parity on this tour. After sustaining a gut-wrenching loss in the shortest format, the Kiwis were
New Zealand have suffered a big blow ahead of their ODI series against India with their skipper Kane Williamson being ruled out for the first two games of the three-match series. The hosts’ hopes of bouncing back in the ODIs after the
Ross Taylor is all set to undergo a fitness test which will decide his availability for the fifth ODI against England. The right-handed batsman played through multiple injuries during the fourth ODI, which has put his participation for the fifth ODI in jeopardy.
New Zealand suffered a major to their campaign in the ongoing 5-match ODI series against England. Their captain and prolific batsman, Kane Williamson, is all to miss out on the Second ODI at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui. Fiesty left-hander Mark Chapman, who impressed
New Zealand’s left-handed batsman Mark Chapman has become the latest victim of hit-wicket in the most unluckiest way on Friday against Australia. The fifth match of the Twenty20 International of the ongoing Tri-series at the Eden Park in Auckland has witnessed an unfortunate
New Zealand has called in uncapped batsman Mark Chapman and wicketkeeper Tim Seifert to the T20 squad. They now aim to revive their tri-nation series campaign. Notably, New Zealand lost the first match of the campaign against Australia. Meanwhile, the 23-year old