CHRISTCHURCH - Pakistan's ODI captain Shahid Afridi has said that fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar was left out of the third ODI against New Zealand, as he needs to work harder on his fitness and form.
CHRISTCHURCH - Pakistan has levelled the six-match ODI series 1-1 by beating New Zealand by 43 runs in the third ODI played in Christchurch today.
CHRISTCHURCH - New Zealand batsman Jamie How is taking his shift from fourth position in the batting line-up to opening tomorrow against Pakistan here in his stride.ow is one of a number of players in the side whose roles are being rotated around during the six game series against Pakistan with the third game taking place at Christchurch's AMI Stadium.I guess the thing is not to get too distracted by things.
CHRISTCHURCH - New Zealand selectors will play batsman Kane Williamson in the middle-order during the third ODI against Pakistan to give him the best opportunity to revive his career ahead of the World Cup.
CHRISTCHURCH - Former Black Caps batsman Matthew Bell has retired from all forms of cricket after 17 years at first-class level.
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