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Tue 27 Nov 2012
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Skipper Steven Smith blamed Australia's "lack of discipline" on the batting front for the number one Test team's 106-run shock loss to Sri Lanka.
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Taylor helps NZ build massive lead
Ross Taylor and BJ Watling continued to grind Zimbabwe into the dust as their unbroken 220-run stand helped NZ build a mammoth first-innings lead.
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Sports Poll

Zimbabwe trail by 291 runs overnight in their second innings, having already lost five wickets. How will the match against New Zealand end?
NZ will win by an innings and 200+ runs
NZ will win by an innings and 100-199 runs
NZ will win by an innings and 1-99 runs
Zimbabwe will avoid an innings defeat
Any other result