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South Africa v New Zealand

Graeme Smith returns after an ill-fated trip to captain the ICC World XI to lead his South Africa side in five one-day internationals and a Pro20 match against New Zealand.

India v Sri Lanka

Rahul Dravid assumes command of the Indian national side in a series of seven one-day internationals against Sri Lanka. All eyes will be on the new captain as he attempts to put a stop to the controversy surrounding his predecessor, Saurav Ganguly.

Australia v West Indies

Full of confidence after a resounding victory in the Super Series, Ricky Ponting's men will have banished some of their Ashes demons. The visit of a West Indies side for a three Test series should hold few fears, despite the return of Brian Lara and other major stars.

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