|Vettori tips spin to be major weapon
New Zealand's captain Daniel Vettori knows he will need to play a key role on the slow, low Caribbean pitches for his side to break its habit of falling just short of success in major tournaments.
|Unsettled New Zealand must stand up
Match Facts March 27-31, Seddon Park, Hamilton Start time 11am (2200 GMT) The Big Picture At 1-0 down in a two-Test series, there's not much to lose for New Zealand in Hamilton. They must throw...
|Vettori at home in 100th Test
Daniel Vettori is keen to put his 100th Test celebrations behind him early on Saturday and switch his focus to beating Australia. Vettori will become the second New Zealander to reach the milestone...
|Vettori and McCullum keep New Zealand afloat
Daniel Vettori showed he could have a long-term future at No. 6 after his committed half-century pushed New Zealand closer to making Australia bat again.
|Australia eye Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
Match Facts Thursday, March 11 Start time 1400 (0100 GMT) The Big Picture The most important match of the series, as the players described it, went to Australia. They now hold a 2-1 lead with two...
|Australia survive late Vettori scare
Daniel Vettori stuck his stiff neck out with a brilliant innings that nearly delivered victory for New Zealand but Ryan Harris chopped him off to end the plucky fight as Australia levelled the series...
|Bangladesh flounder chasing 404
The Bangladesh top order collapsed timidly, for the second time in the match, leaving New Zealand on the verge of victory at the end of the fourth day in Hamilton. A brilliant spell from Daniel...
|Daniel Vettori willing to play through pain
New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori has put off surgery on his bowling shoulder, fearing it could keep him out of cricket for up to 12 months. Vettori suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder...
|Daniel Vettori century stretches NZ lead
The Test was evenly balanced at tea. New Zealand were trailing by 57 runs with only five wickets in hand, Brendon McCullum and Daniel Vettori were yet to settle in, Danish Kaneria was in hot form...
|Vettori and Tuffey rattle Pakistan
The weather took time to clear up and New Zealand took time to wake up, but by the end of a shortened, disrupted first day at what was the Basin Reserve's 50th Test, both had taken firm hold of this...