Martin Guptill

Williamson, Nabi-Rashid set for CPL debuts

Williamson, Nabi-Rashid set for CPL debuts

Mills, Philander, Neesham among big-ticket players to miss out on finding buyers as franchises opted for retention read more

Maxwell replaces Vijay as Punjab captain

Australia allrounder chosen to lead ahead of Morgan and Sammy, becoming franchise's ninth captain in IPL read more

Injured Guptill set to miss start of IPL

New Zealand opening batsman sidelined for six weeks to undergo rehabilitation on sore hamstring read more

Guptill to undergo six week rehab

The opener will miss the remainder of the New Zealand domestic season and the beginning of the Indian Premier League

Malinga, Morris & Williamson in stellar ‘marquee’ list for 2017 Hero CPL

Guptill, McCullum & Sangakkara retained ahead of tournament’s fifth season; former overseas marquee star Shane Watson hails ‘unknown’ aspect of Player Draft

Well-contested series could provide thrilling finale

While Guptill’s spectacular return augurs well for New Zealand, both teams will be looking or more from their bowlers

Bevan to Guptill – white ball supermen who crumble before the red sphere of doom

Duo, along with Yuvraj and Raina, belongs to that group of punishing ODI batsmen who have struggled in whites

De Villiers all praise for Guptill special

South African skipper welcomes chance to test mettle in high-pressure decider, craves more air-guitar opportunities

Guptill not in Test contention: Hesson
  • AFP
  • Mar 2, 2017

New Zealand coach says right-hand batsman will be considered as a middle-order option, but he must first prove himself in domestic cricket

Of compliments and condolences

Rohit’s return, the Sehwag-Gambhir understanding, Baz at his best, the end of an era in Hampshire, and more

Revamped New Zealand target series-levelling win

South Africa look in great shape after comprehensive win in the third ODI of the five-match series

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