Cricket News sort by Timothy Grant Southee

New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee has admitted that India are a very dangerous batting lineup and that the Kiwi bowlers will have to be on top of their game to do well. New Zealand will face India in the World Test Championship (WTC) final in Southampton from June 18. Expressing his admiration for Team India opener Rohit Sharma at a virtual press conference, Southee added that there are others who can make a difference as well.

With less than two weeks to go for the World Test Championship Final, cricket fans are eagerly awaiting the summit clash between the top two ranked sides. Senior players like Pujara, Rahane, Ashwin, who only play test match cricket, have compared the WTC Final to be an equivalent of a World Cup Final. No doubt players from both the sides will look to give their 100 percent when they take the field. For now, we’ll have a look at a few of the match ups that we can expect from the match -

New Zealand won’t exactly go into the T20I series with the best of preparations. They were hammered 3-0 by Australia in the Tests. Players fell sick left, right, and center.

It was a fine advertisement for the pink ball. If New Zealand’s inaugural day/night Test had been played with a red ball - not quite so hard and lively - England would probably have escaped

New Zealand thrashed Bangladesh 3-0 in the recently concluded one-day series. Here is a look at the top performers of the series dominated by India

Colin de Grandhomme created history on the second day of the first Test against Pakistan at Christchurch, becoming the bowler with the best Test debut figures by a New Zealander

Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten ton to seal the match as well as 2-Test match series for New Zealand in Hamilton.

Unlike the Dunedin Test, which was completely dominated by the Kiwis, the Hamilton Test was much more competitive. Yet, New Zealand found their way out through troubled situations, and registered a five-wicket triumph to clinch the series 2-0

Hosts New Zealand put up a dominant performance to register an emphatic victory over Sri Lanka in the first Test at Dunedin.