Should Dhoni be batting at No. 4 in ODIs?
And other thoughts and reflections on the India-New Zealand one-day series
'For me, it's about spending time at the crease'
New Zealand opener Tom Latham talks about batting in India, being unlike his dad, and how he changed his one-day game around
Outstanding Mishra, a rejuvenated Dhoni
Given the lack of ODIs in their schedule before next year's Champions Trophy, India will be happy with the results of some of their experiments during the series against New Zealand
Rohit redeems ordinary series with sage-like calm
On a track where batsmen struggled for fluency, Rohit Sharma produced a measured 70 to redeem an ordinary series and throw New Zealand out of gear
Santner the standout on tough tour - Williamson
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson believes there are lessons to be learnt from playing against a good side in tough conditions, and said Mitchell Santner was a "highlight" of their tour of India
Mishra second only to Mishra
Stats highlights from the fifth ODI between India and New Zealand in Visakhapatnam
Five ducks and a five-for
Slippery Kohli, airborne Mandeep
Plays of the day from the fifth ODI between India and New Zealand in Visakhapatnam
Mishra five-for rolls New Zealand over for 79
Choosing to bat first and picking three frontline spinners on a slow turner, India overwhelmed New Zealand by 190 runs in the deciding fifth ODI in Visakhapatnam, with Amit Mishra picking up five wickets to send the visitors crashing to 79 all out
'I always see how I can become a wicket-taking bowler' - Mishra
Legspinner Amit Mishra has said he prepares himself to give more than 100% whenever an opportunity comes
Amit Mishra's five-for seals series against New Zealand
Amit Mishra, India's leg spinner, foxed New Zealand's batsmen by claiming a five-for that helped the hosts thrash their opponents by a massive 190-run margin in the fifth and final ODI of the series played in Vishkhapatnam on Saturday.
Upbeat New Zealand chase history in decider
New Zealand eye their first ever ODI series win in India when they take on the hosts in the series decider in Visakhapatnam on Saturday
'Need to learn from missed opportunities' - Jadhav
Kedar Jadhav talks about India's dependence on Virat Kohli and his new role as a regular fifth bowler
Are India too reliant on Kohli in ODIs?
Not yet, as numbers and Dhoni will tell you, but they need more from the lower middle order to squash that notion
The unlikely transformation of Kedar Jadhav
How has Kedar Jadhav gone from being an extremely irregular bowler to becoming a consistent partnership-breaker in international cricket?
Ross Taylor 'excited' at prospect of winning series
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor talks about the positives after winning the fourth ODI, and how strong India are in their home conditions
A tale of two openers
Ajinkya Rahane and Martin Guptill set up strong bases for their sides, but it was only the New Zealanders who saw through the effort to its logical conclusion
Dhoni calls for patience with India's inexperienced middle order
Following India's 19-run loss in Ranchi, India captain MS Dhoni has said patience must be shown with India's new-look middle order, especially given it's not easy to finish games on tricky tracks like the one used in this ODI
Agarkar: Guptill played spin a lot better
Ajit Agarkar picks Martin Guptill as the star of the day for his performance against India in the fourth ODI
India fail after Kohli's rare failure
Dhoni brings out his deadly back-flick
Plays of the day from the fourth ODI between India and New Zealand in Ranchi. Also featuring Amit Mishra's troubles in the field
New Zealand defend 260 to keep series alive
Martin Guptill's rapid half-century, and canny bowling from Tim Southee and James Neesham, were vital to New Zealand forcing the series into a decider at Visakhapatnam
Martin Guptill stars in New Zealand's 19-run win over India
Martin Guptill, New Zealand's opener, flourished with an impressive 84-ball 72 that helped his side to their first victory of the tour by beating India by a 19-run margin in the fourth ODI played in Ranchi on Wednesday.
Latham stresses on subtle adjustments
Tom Latham speaks on the need to build partnerships and play well in the middle phase ahead of the fourth ODI against India in Ranchi
The challenges Amit Mishra faces
Given another chance because key Test bowlers are resting, he has shown he has the x-factor a legspinner brings, but needs to improve as a fielder and a batsman