Rain disrupts again New Zealand-West Indies ODI. New Zealand were 211/5 after 35 overs in reply to the West Indies' 293 when rain forced the players from the field in the deciding One-Day International at McLean Park.
Ryder returns, Jerome Taylor doubtful. Chris Gayle scored a masterful 197 in Napier three weeks ago.
Martin Guptill's 122 not out was the highest score by a New Zealand batsman on debut. NZ 275/4 and WI 64/0 (10.3 Ov)
Martin Guptill set for debut. Batsmen flop show is frusted Chris Gayle. Both teams aim to get rid of top-order woes
The left-handed batsman will miss the fourth one-day international against West Indies in Auckland on Saturday and his place in the team taken by Mathew Sinclair, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said in a statement.
New Zealand batsman Jamie How has been dropped from the squad for the last two ODIs of the five-match series against West Indies following his extended run of poor form.
Daniel Vettori and Ross Taylor shone with ball and bat respectively to secure a series-leveling win for New Zealand in the third ODI against West Indies in Wellington. West Indies collapse for 128.
New Zealand will try for level the series after who drew the Tests and Twenty20 series, trail 1-0 after their defeat in Christchurch.
Ramnaresh Sarwan and wicket keeper Denesh Ramdin clinch thriller on second last ball of the match. West Indies led by 1-0 of 5 match series. First ODI washout by rain.
New Zealand will be looking to put a summer of stalemates behind them when they face the West Indies in the second One-Day International on Saturday. Chanderpaul in doubt for second ODI.