India have never won consecutive T20Is against New Zealand. They have also never lost a T20I at Eden Park.
New Zealand, 0-1 down in the 5-match series, will host India for the second T20I, once again at Eden Park.
New Zealand have been India’s worst opposition over years, but their only win on New Zealand soil has come at Eden Park, Auckland.
India will commence their overseas foray with 5 T20Is in New Zealand. The first of these matches will be played at Eden Park, Auckland.
England are on 116, but they are some distance behind both Australia (296), let alone India (360).
India (360 points) are still on top, though Australia (296) has reduced the gap. With 86 points, England are at third place.
Australia completed whitewash against New Zealand. Dom Sibley helped England set a mammoth target for South Africa. Ross Taylor became the highest run getter for New Zealand in Test.
Stumps, Day 3: Australia 454 (Labuschagne 215, Smith 63*; Wagner 3/66, de Grandhomme 3/78) and 40/0 (Warner 23*) lead New Zealand (Phillips 52; Lyon 5/68, Cummins 3/44) by 243 runs.
Irfan Pathan retired from all forms of professional cricket. Virat Kohli rejected the idea of four-day Test. The visitors took upper hand at Capetown. Marcus Labuschagne reached his maiden Test double against New Zealand.
Stumps, Day 2: Australia 454 (Labuschagne 215, Smith 63; Neil Wagner 3/66, de Grandhomme 3/78) lead New Zealand 63/0 (Blundell 34*) by 391 runs.