New Zealand survived a late surge by Pakistan to secure a seven-run victory in Dubai to level the series with one match remaining.
India reached 311 for the loss of four wickets at stumps on the first day of the second Test against Australia, which started in Brisbane on Wednesday.
Sri Lanka claimed a commanding 87-run victory in the seventh One Day International (ODI) against England, played at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo to win the series 5-2.
Australia traditionally begin their home summer at the 'Gabba in Brisbane, as it's their fortress, but tragedy this year has seen it pushed back a bit, and now they will contest the second match against India there.
The West Indies have made it to South Africa. They've played some warm-up cricket and haven't gone home, which will be a relief for ticket holders heading to the first Test at Centurion on 17 December, where the Proteas have lost only one Test in 14 years.