Test 1: 12 -16 December 2019 – Australia v New Zealand Test Cricket
First Test, Perth (day one of five)
Australia 248-4 (90 overs): Labuschagne 110no, Warner 43, Smith 43; Wagner 2-52
New Zealand: Yet to bat
Highlight: Third Test ton for Marnus Labuschagne. Australian batsman Labuschagne hit a successive thirst Test century against New Zealand. Marnus Labuschagne as had a stunning year of Test cricket being the only batsman to pass 1,000 runs. Marnus Labuschagne came to the crease when Australia lost Joe Burns for 9 and, after David Warner (43) was out, put on 132 with Steve Smith (43). Smith and Matthew Wade (12) were also out before the close in Perth. Caught by lbw Burns was removed from batting early, which turned out to be a call that should have been reviewed.
The stadium came to silence for a minute, to respect the victims of the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand.
Test 2: Australia v New Zealand Test Cricket
Date: 25 -30 December 2019
Test 3: Australia v New Zealand Test Cricket
Date: 02 – 07 January 2020
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