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The ECB has announced a revision to the tour itineraries for New Zealand ‘A’ and Sri Lanka ‘A’ ahead of their forthcoming triangular series with England Lions.
New Zealand’s tour of the West Indies ended with a whimper on Sunday as they lost the second T20 International at Windsor Park by 39 runs.
New Zealand all-rounder Kane Williamson has been banned from bowling because of an illegal action.
New Zealand recorded a 12-run victory courtesy of the Duckworth/Lewis method in the first Twenty20 International against West Indies in Dominica.
Less than a week after New Zealand won a rare Test series away from home, they must quickly switch mindsets and take on the West Indies in two T20s in as many days, both in Roseau, Dominica.
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