India earned a 197-run win over New Zealand, with Ravi Ashwin claiming six second-innings wickets and 10 in the match.
India are closing in on victory over New Zealand in the first Test in Kanpur after reducing the tourists to 93-4 on day four.
New Zealand's Mark Craig will miss the rest of the Test series against India, with fellow off-spinner Jeetan Patel replacing him.
Ravindra Jadeja's five-for put India in a strong position with two days of the first Test against New Zealand remaining.
New Zealand hold the advantage after day one of their first Test after India slipped from 154-1 to 291-9.
Kane Williamson and Tom Latham's unbroken century stand took New Zealand to 152-1 on day two of the first Test in Kanpur.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is anticipating an onslaught from India's spin attack when the two sides face each other in the first Test in Kanpur on Thursday.
New Zealand all rounder Jimmy Neesham will miss the first Test against India with a rib injury.
Corey Anderson has been included as a specialist batsman in New Zealand's ODI squad for the five-match series against India.
Captain Kane Williamson says New Zealand are relishing the prospect of trying to win a Test series in India.
Rohit Sharma keeps his place in India’s Test squad for the series with New Zealand but Stuart Binny and Shardul Thakur miss out.
New Zealand selectors have kept faith with off-form opener Martin Guptill for a three-Test tour of India.
Dale Steyn led the way with 5-33 as South Africa beat New Zealand by 204 runs in the second Test at Centurion.
South Africa in command despite a batting collapse in their second innings on day three of the second Test against New Zealand.
Skipper Faf du Plessis' century helped South Africa take a stranglehold on the second Test against New Zealand in Centurion.
Quinton de Kock scored 82 in his first innings as a Test opener as South Africa bossed day one against New Zealand.
The first Test between South Africa and New Zealand was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Tuesday.
A wet outfield again prevented play on the fourth day of the first Test between South Africa and New Zealand.
South Africa's Dale Steyn removed both New Zealand openers before rain curtailed the second day of the first Test in Durban.
New Zealand's attack held sway as South Africa battled to 236-8 on day one of the first Test, at Kingsmead.