The third cricket Test between the Black Caps and West Indies has been moved out of Guyana following a domestic dispute.
The West Indies Cricket Board announced the Test on June 26 had been pulled from Guyana's National Stadium in Providence after the local administration failed to reach an agreement on the governance of cricket in the country.
It's understood the match will be moved to either Dominica or Barbados, with a announcement on the replacement venue expected within 24 hours.
The first two Tests are in Kingston, Jamaica starting next Monday and Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago starting on Tuesday June the 16th.
New Zealand play their second warmup game against a Jamaica selection team in Trelawny starting overnight.