Mitchell Starc has been overlooked again for the second Ashes Test at Lord's, where Josh Hazlewood will replace James Pattinson.
Chris Gayle turned on the style in his likely ODI farewell by cracking a flurry of boundaries in an impressive half-century against India.
Jofra Archer will hope to have a similar impact to Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott when he makes his Test debut.
The start of the second Ashes Test was delayed further on Wednesday, when Jofra Archer appeared set to make his debut in the longest format.
Ross Taylor finished the first day unbeaten on 86, but Akila Dananjaya's latest five-for meant New Zealand were 203-5 in Galle.
With the first Ashes Test approaching, Jofra Archer will return to action for Sussex against Surrey in the T20 Blast on Friday.
England won the Cricket World Cup courtesy of their superior boundary count in the final, but Gary Stead expects the rules to be reviewed.
Ben Stokes knows a thing or two about bowling in decisive final overs and was on hand to support Jofra Archer at the Cricket World Cup.