17th November 2015
Mitchell Johnson bid farewell to international cricket with his 312th and 313th Test wickets as Australia and New Zealand drew a high-scoring contest in Perth.
16th November 2015
Centuries from captain Steve Smith and Adam Voges helped Australia wrestle back control of the second Test in Perth following a record-breaking innings by New Zealand’s Ross Taylor.
15th November 2015
Ross Taylor became the first New Zealand batsman to score a double-century against Australia as the Black Caps emphatically fought their way back into the second Test on day three in Perth.
14th November 2015
New Zealand’s bowlers enjoyed significantly better fortunes on day two of the second Test, but Australia remained in control at the WACA Ground.
13th November 2015
David Warner put New Zealand’s bowlers to the sword as Australia put themselves in prime position to win the second Test at the WACA and secure a series victory.
9th November 2015
Australia wasted little time in taking the final seven New Zealand wickets on the last day to complete a resounding 208-run victory in the first Test.
8th November 2015
Nathan Lyon removed Kane Williamson late on day four to boost Australia’s chances of forcing victory against New Zealand in Brisbane.
7th November 2015
Australia’s new-look top-order continued their Test match to remember as the hosts finished day three against New Zealand with a comprehensive 503-run advantage.
6th November 2015
New Zealand face the prospect of a large first-innings deficit after Australia claimed four wickets in four consecutive overs late on the second day of the opening Test in Brisbane.