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Marnus Labuschagne
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Latest ICC Test Players’ Rankings: Marnus Labuschagne, Babar Azam Climb Up Their Best Positions

While Marnus Labuschagne has maintained his impressive form in the day/night Perth Test against New Zealand, the Australian cricketer has climbed up to his best no.5 position in Test batting rankings. Pakistan batsman Babar Azam has also achieved his best-ever Test batting ranking by entering into the top-10 position in Test batting rankings for the

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Steven Smith, Virat Kohli
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Latest ICC Test Players’ Rankings: Virat Kohli Increases Rating Points, Moves Closer To Regain Top Position In Test Batting Rankings

On Tuesday (26th November), the International Cricket Council (ICC) has come up with the latest Test players’ rankings. Steven Smith has maintained the top position in the Test batting rankings, but the Indian captain Virat Kohli has moved up in rating points, and he is very close to regaining this spot. Recently, we have experienced three Tests together. New Zealand

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019 | Match Review |
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 12: Neil Wagner of New Zealand celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of Ebadat Hossain of Bangladesh to win the second test match in the series between New Zealand and Bangladesh at Basin Reserve on March 12, 2019 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)
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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019: 2nd Test, Wellington – Match Review

A superb spell of fast bowling from Neil Wagner – who accounted for five for 45, well supported by fellow left-arm pacer Trent Boult (4 for 52) propelled New Zealand to an innings victory over Bangladesh in the second Test at Wellington. Meanwhile, the victory looked more convincing considering the there was no play on

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NZ vs BAN 2019, 1st Test, Hamilton – Match Report

New Zealand has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match Test series against Bangladesh. At the Seddon Park in Hamilton, the Kiwis won the Test by an innings and 52 runs. Though Soumya Sarkar and skipper Mahmudullah scored tons in the second outing, Bangladesh fell short of NZ’s first innings lead of 481. For the

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019: 1st Test, Hamilton - Day 1 Review
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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019: 1st Test, Hamilton – Day 1 Review

New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019: 1st Test, Hamilton – Day 1 Review; New Zealand once again showed their dominance against Bangladesh. They have completely taken the honours on Day 1 of the first Test at Hamilton. Neil Wagner was the star of the day while Tamim Iqbal showed his brilliance with the bat. Performers on Day

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Ish Sodhi New Zealand vs England
Ish Sodhi's unbeaten 50 helped New Zealand salvage a draw against England in the second Test match.
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NZ vs ENG 2018: Ish Sodhi’s Valiant Efforts Help Kiwis Salvage Draw in Christchurch

New Zealand bowler Ish Sodhi’s valiant efforts with the bat helped the host win the series after a nerve wrecking finish in the second Test. As a result, England’s poor form on overseas tours continues. Meanwhile, the Kiwis secured their first series win over England since 1999 and their first at home since 1983-84. However, the

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Tim Southee
New Zealand won the first Test match. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)
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NZ vs WI 2017/18: Returning Tim Southee Excited About the Internal Competition

New Zealand defeated the Windies by an innings and 67 runs at the Basin Reserve in Wellington to go 1-0 up in the two-match Test series. Left-arm fast bowler Neil Wagner picked up seven wickets in the first innings, while Matt Henry picked up three wickets in the second one. Also Read: (NZ Vs WI 2017/18:

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New Zealand bowlers made things difficult for Windies. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

New Zealand Clinch Wellington Test despite Windies’ Resistance

In the second session on day four in Wellington, Windies after the fight back was restricted at 319 in 106 overs, as hosts New Zealand won the first Test by an innings 67 runs to take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the two-match series. For Kane Williamson-led Windies, Matt Henry was the pick of

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