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Jadeja blasts India to lead

Allrounder Ravi Jadeja hit four sixes in his knock of 63 which saw India lead Australia by 32 runs.

Nathan Lyon's five wickets can't prevent India claiming first innings lead.

Record-breaking day for Williamson

Black Caps captain Kane Williamson scored his 17th test century to equal Martin Crowe's New Zealand record, on day three ...

The Black Caps skipper notches a couple of significant milestones, as he leads his team to a strong position in the final test.

Recap: Black Caps v Proteas

Black Caps captain Kane Williamson plays a shot.

And it's a lead to New Zealand as they tick past South Africa's first innings score of 314.

'Chinaman' term just not cricket

India's Kuldeep Yadav bowls left-arm wrist spin, a style known in cricketing parlance as a 'chinaman'.

OPINION: Derogatory term has no place in cricket, writes Andrew Wu.

How Williamson equalled Crowe

Kane Williamson's third ton in Wellington helped them chase down 217 earlier in 2017.

Kane Williamson now has 17 test centuries, the same number as Martin Crowe. This is how he scored them.

Scorecard: Black Caps v Proteas

Black Caps opening batsman Jeet Raval.

The scorecard from day three of the third test between New Zealand and South Africa, at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

Ball-by-ball: Black Caps v Proteas

Black Caps captain Kane Williamson.

Day three of the third test between New Zealand and South Africa a ball-at-a-time, at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

'Negative' batting irks Clarke

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke has questioned India's tactics in the fourth test.

Spinners at both ends in the best batting conditions of the match and India just block, block, block.

Kohli's absence surprises Hodge

Former Australian opener Brad Hodge was surprised Virat Kohli sat out the fourth test between India and Australia.

"You'd hope as a sportsman that he's seriously injured"

Lyon bags four in Aussie fightback

Nathan Lyon celebrates after dismissing India's stand-incaptain Ajinkya Rahane.

Spinner's big day gives Australia a shot at a famous test series win in India.

De Kock's star keeps rising

Quinton de Kock's 90 was another great contribution from the South African wicketkeeper-batsman, who continues to impress.

Classy South African wicketkeeper-batsman has now pushed his test batting average past 50.

More miracles needed from NZ

Tom Latham of New Zealand moves to catch South Africa's Faf du Plessis during day two of the second test in Hamilton.

Under-fire opener came up big for the Black Caps on day two in Hamilton.

Cracker catch bags captain video

Tom Latham fielding during day two of the Test match between New Zealand and South Africa at Seddon Park.

Tom Latham could enjoy his day after starring in the field and with the bat against South Africa.

Baby for Guptill and McGoldrick

Black Caps star Martin Guptill and TV presenter wife Laura McGoldrick are expecting their first child.

The Black Caps' star batsman and his TV host partner reveal they're expecting their first child.

Scorecard: Black Caps v Proteas

Black Caps batsman Henry Nicholls.

The scorecard from day two of the third test, between New Zealand and South Africa at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

Ball-by-ball: Black Caps v Proteas

Black Caps opening batsman Jeet Raval.

The third test between New Zealand and South Africa, a ball-at-a-time at Seddon Park, Hamilton.

Recap: Black Caps v Proteas

Quinton de Kock of South Africa bats, fielded by Wicketkeeper BJ Watling.

New Zealand finish day two of the third test at 67-0 as they chase South Africa's 314.

Wagner's changes bring big rewards

Neil Wagner is in the top 10 New Zealand test wicket-takers - and climbing.

The Black Caps paceman has altered his game at the highest level to become one of our best.

Warnie's role in Aussie collapse

Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav, left, celebrates with Murali Vijay after dismissing Australia's Peter Handscomb.

Australia all out for 300 on day one as Shane Warne's former student strikes for India.

Smith - greatest since Bradman?

Steve Smith scored yet another century in crucial and difficult circumstances in India.

Australian captain looks like he's batting on different pitch as he posts another test ton in India series decider.

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