A remarkable game at the cricket World Cup ended with New Zealand taking the spoils and the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.
The stage is set at the cricket World Cup for a mouth-watering clash between the two hosts New Zealand and Australia under the Eden Park floodlights from 0100 GMT tomorrow.
South Africa will look to bounce back from their mauling at hands of India by defeating an increasingly confident West Indies at the SCG from 0330 GMT.
Samiullah Shenwari's 96 proved the difference as Afghanistan beat Scotland by one wicket in the final over at the World Cup.
Scotland and Afghanistan are both searching for their first win of the 2015 ICC World Cup and will do battle in Dunedin from 2200 GMT tonight.
Ireland and United Arab Emirates both emerged with much credit from their opening World Cup games.
Both West Indies and Zimbabwe lost their opening World Cup games before bouncing back with victory in their second.
England finally got off the mark in a World Cup campaign that had so far yielded only misery with a comfortable victory over Scotland.
Both Afghanistan and Sri Lanka lost their opening World Cup games. They lock horns tonight in Dunedin at 1000 GMT.
Late fireworks from Andre Russell and three early wickets from Jerome Taylor ensured that it was West Indies who came out on top in their World Cup match.
Alastair Cook has given an honest appraisal of Jos Buttler’s start to life as an international cricketer before England’s second Test with Pakistan in Dubai, admitting the longest form of the game remains his wicketkeeper’s “least natural” when it comes to batting.
You could have bet the house, the family silver, the car and the cat on Alastair Cook making a century and batting through the day. There was never any doubt.