New Zealand continued their excellent run of ODI form heading towards the World Cup as they beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the first one-dayer in Wellington on Saturday.
England had to rely on James Taylor and Jos Buttler in Perth on Friday, after nearly managing to lose a chase of just 201, but India's bowlers could not capitalise on the bowling paradise and lost by three wickets.
New Zealand are going to be one of the most prepared sides at the World Cup, or they're going to be one of the most tired, as they'll be playing two ODIs against Pakistan while most sides are resting.
Kumar Sangakkara's 21st ODI century was the backbone for his side's 34-run victory against New Zealand on Thursday, as the visitors wrapped up the series with a consolation win in the seventh ODI in Wellington.
South Africa ensured they'd get on he plane to the World Cup in the Antipodes with a winning mentality, as they won the final ODI against the West Indies by 131 runs in Centurion on Wednesday.