In a unique season, the tournament had a new champion.
Two teams with contrasting form will take each other on in the first ODI of a three-match series in Dharamsala.
Stumps, Day 1: India 242 (Shaw 54, Pujara 54, VIhari 55; Jamieson 5/45) lead New Zealand 63/0 (Blundell 29*) by 179 runs.
Neil Wagner is likely to play the second Test against India. Bangladesh recorded a massive win against Zimbabwe. Virat Kohli was named in the Asia XI squad by the BCB.
New Zealand turned things around remarkably with wins in the first 2 ODIs of the series against India, at Seddon Park and Eden Park. The teams will now meet in the third ODI, at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.
India have won eight consecutive series across formats; they have also remained unbeaten for 12 on a row.
Rohit Sharma was ruled out of the ODI and Test series against New Zealand. Kane Willaimson was removed from the first two ODIs against India followed by his shoulder injury. Kl Rahul and Jasprit Bumrah gained in the newly released ICC T20I rankings.
No team has ever whitewashed a bilateral T20I series of 5 or more matches. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma needs 82 runs to go past Virat Kohli and reclaim the world record for most T20I runs.
Indians took 4-0 lead in the ongoing T20I series against New Zealand after another thrilling Super Over win. Indian Women began their journey in Australia with a win too. Pakistan booked a seat in the semi-final of Under 19 World Cup as Zimbabwe could manage a draw in the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Only 70 runs separate Kohli and Rohit, the top two run-getters in T20I history, as India eye their maiden win at Westpac Stadium.