SOUTH AFRI 198 /2
SRI LANKA 137
SOUTH AFRICA V SRI LANKA...
PAKISTAN 284 /7
AUSTRALIA 285 /2
PAKISTAN V AUSTRALIA ODI...
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MUMBAI IND 176
DELHI CAPI 213 /6
KOLKATA KN 183 /4
SUNRISERS 181 /3
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Doug Bracewell and debutant Scott Kuggeleijn were unlikely heroes with the bat as New Zealand denied Sri Lanka a consolation Twenty20 victory with a 35-run win at Eden Park on Friday.
The Black Caps won all three one-day internationals after taking the Test series 1-0 and they ensured Sri Lanka ended the tour winless in Auckland.
New Zealand were in big trouble on 27-4 after Kasun Rajitha (3-44) and Lasith Malinga (2-24) took two wickets apiece, but Ross Taylor (33), Bracewell (44) and Kuggeleijn (35 not out) got them up to 179-7.
Sri Lanka could only muster 144 all out in reply, with Lockie Ferguson (3-21) and Ish Sodhi (3-30) doing the bulk of the damage as the in-form Thisara Perera's rapid 43 was in vain.
Malinga struck in the first over after winning the toss when the dangerous Martin Guptill's attempted pull was taken by Kusal Mendis and the captain cleaned up Henry Nicholls after Rajitha removed Tim Seifert.
The Black Caps were four down in the fourth over after Rajitha saw the back of Colin Munro, but Taylor batted with patience in a 37-ball knock before Bracewell and Kuggeleijn produced a late assault.
Bracewell smashed five sixes in his highest T20 international score, while Kuggeleijn cleared the ropes four times as Sri Lanka's poor bowling at the death let New Zealand off the hook.
Ferguson struck an early blow when Sadeera Samarawickrama played on for a golden duck, but Niroshan Dickwella and Kusal Perera scored freely in a promising second-wicket stand.
Kuggeleijn made an impact with the ball by getting rid of Kusal and Bracewell had Dickwella caught behind before Thisara carried on where he left off in the ODI series with some lusty blows.
Sri Lanka's hopes were all-but over when Ferguson dismissed Thisara - who hit three sixes - with a slower ball and Dhananjaya de Silva also fell in an excellent 13th over, with Sodhi mopping up the tail as the tourists folded.
After two Pakistan players were spotted with smart watches at Lord's, the ICC has confirmed wearing the devices is not permitted.
Cameron Bancroft will not have to wait until December to get time in the middle after he was cleared to play for Willetton.
Opener Alastair Cook has played 158 Tests in a row for England and has announced he will retire after this series with India.
James Vince and Tom Curran were star performers in an emphatic BBL victory for Sydney Sixers over Brisbane Heat on Sunday.
England are set to name the same team again for the fifth Test against India, with Alastair Cook in line for his final appearance.
198 /2 (20)
South Africa win by 45 runs (DLS Method)
284 /7 (50)
285 /2 (47.5)
Australia win by 8 wickets
213 /6 (20)
Delhi Capitals win by 37 runs
183 /4 (19.4)
181 /3 (20)
Kolkata Knight Riders win by 6 wickets
71 /3 (17.4)
Chennai Super Kings win by 7 wickets
180 /3 (20)
164 /9 (20)
South Africa win by 16 runs
280 /5 (50)
281 /2 (49)
Australia win by 8 wickets