The tour includes three T20Is and three ODIs in late March and early April
ESPNcricinfo's staff picked their Test, ODI, T20 and women's T20I teams of the year. Do they resemble yours?
- Australia lock in New Zealand tour with eye on new world record
- When should BCCI launch the women's IPL? 'Probably yesterday' - Lisa Sthalekar
- Meg Lanning resumes reign at top of ODI rankings, Rachael Haynes achieves career-best
- Matthew Mott: Alyssa Healy's pre-match talk helped motivate record-equalling victory
In our first batch of report cards for the year: England, Ireland, Bangladesh, West Indies, New Zealand and women's cricket
"The India contracted players don't know when they're playing next, that's a massive concern"
She is the most genuine allrounder imaginable
Lanning achieves No. 1 ODI position for fifth time, spinner Jess Jonassen retains the bowlers' top spot
Praises stand-in captain Haynes, and others for stepping up 'at different times' in absence of Lanning and Perry
A look back on how Meg Lanning's team equaled the record of Ricky Ponting's Australia side
The Australia strike bowler has enjoyed opening the attack with the 'raw pace' of Annabel Sutherland
The spin trio combined to take 6 for 80 to hurt New Zealand's chances of posting a competitive score
New Zealand were given a confidence boost by victory in the last T20I but still look short of spin resources for the conditions
Delissa Kimmince is set to miss the start of the ODI series against New Zealand after picking up a hamstring injury
Amelia Kerr won the match for New Zealand but sister Jess started it in fine style as well
The T20I series has been decided in the blink of an eye and Sophie Devine's team need to quickly find some answers
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more
19 hours in a room, hitting against a wall: Lucky Loser Ankita Raina waiting for her turn
Raina is eligible for a lucky loser spot, having been flown to Melbourne from Dubai to replace any withdrawing main draw players at the year's first Grand Slam.
ATKMB stuck in first gear, Mumbai's best & worst, Coyle's concerns
PLUS: NorthEast's 'philosophical' dilemma and Isma's heroics, in this week's ISL musings.
Stronger Manish Kaushik looking to make up for lost time after long injury layoff
The Tokyo Olympics postponement was a stroke of fortune for the boxer as he could recuperate without any pressure.