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Kane Williamson awaits more Test cricket for New Zealand

/ 05 April 2018
Kane Williamson, New Zealand, Test Cricket,

Williamson has been one of the best batsmen in the contemporary cricket. Photo Credit: Photosport.

With the lack of Test matches for this season, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson maintained much has to be done in this regard. “As a Test team we are growing and improving but certainly there’s

BJ Watling, de Grandhomme battles out against England in Christchurch

/ 31 March 2018
BJ Watling, Colin de Grandhomme, New Zealand, England, Christchurch, Test

BJ Watling, Colin de Grandhomme steadied Kiwis sinking ship. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

In the second Test match of day two at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday, New Zealand batsmen BJ Watling and his partner Colin de Grandhomme fought hard for their respective fifties. Watling faced a

Mark Wood opens up on thinking about batting like Bradman after crossing 20

/ 30 March 2018

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 30: England batsman Mark Wood cover drives to the boundary during day one of the Second Test Match between the New Zealand Black Caps and England at Hagley Oval on March 30, 2018 in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

After the end of the first day of the second Test match between New Zealand and England at Hagley Oval, Christchurch, it was Jonny Bairstow and Mark Wood who were the stars of England. Bairstow,

Ross Taylor signs on a sandpaper as prank from Barmy Army

/ 30 March 2018

The infamous ‘Sandpaper Gate’ consumed the cricketing community worldwide. The harsh penalties imposed on the disgraced trio of Australian cricket raised quite a few eyebrows off-late. However, England, apparently, is enjoying the spoils of war, be

Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali Ousted from 2nd Test

/ 29 March 2018

After a humiliating innings defeat at the hands of New Zealand all-rounders, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes have faced the axe for the 2nd Test at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. England was blown away

Warner not a bad guy, says Williamson

/ 29 March 2018

Wellington, March 29: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson feels David Warner is “not a bad person”and maintained that he had been in touch with the southpaw during the fall-out of the ball tampering scandal in South

Kane Williamson to lead Sunrisers in IPL 2018

/ 29 March 2018
Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson to lead Sunrisers in IPL 2018

Hyderabad, March 29: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was on Thursday named captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad after Australian David Warner was banned from playing in IPL 2018 in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal. “We are

Here’s the daily sports round-up from around the globe on 26th March 2018

/ 26 March 2018
Sports round-up, Morne Morkel, Australia, South Africa, Cape Town

Morne Morkel's five-for puts South Africa in strong position against Australia. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Here is Sportzwiki’s daily sports round-up which features prime news from around the world, on 26th of March 2018. It’s further about sporting events like cricket, football, and badminton which has already grabbed the attention

NZ vs Eng: Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes’ resistance couldn’t save England in Auckland Test

/ 26 March 2018
England, New Zealand, Trent Boult, Todd Astle,

Todd Astle seals it for New Zealand against England in pink-ball. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

In what could be termed as a riveting Test match as England was heading towards a draw, but the hosts New Zealand had always a strong case to make it big in the pink-ball Test

NZ vs ENG 2018, 1st Test, Day 4 – Review: Kiwis Nears Innings Victory After Taking Big Lead

/ 25 March 2018
Sports round-up, England Women, India Women, T20I, Mumbai, Cape Town, Steven Smith, Cameron Bancroft,

Kiwis Henry Nicholls scores big in Auckland. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

New Zealand has been the dominant side in the opening Test against England. Fast bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee were sensational, as they skittled out England for just 58 in the 1st innings. New