Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand squad
Kane Williamson: CWC 2019 will be his first World Cup as the Black Caps captain
Ross Taylor: Most experienced campaigner of the squad, he will play in his fourth CWC
Martin Guptill: Holds the record for the highest individual score in CWC with his 237* against West Indies in 2015
Matt Henry: New Zealand's third-highest wicket-taker in ODIs over the last 12 months
Tom Latham: He has been one of their best players in the last 12 months and will be a key member of the squad
Colin Munro: He missed out on a place in the 2015 squad, but will now play his first ever CWC!
Colin de Grandhomme: A key all-rounder in New Zealand's white-ball set-up
Jimmy Neesham: He considered retirement back in 2015, but has now made it to New Zealand's CWC squad!
Henry Nicholls: New Zealand's third-highest ODI run-getter in last 12 months
Tom Blundell: A surprise inclusion in the squad, the uncapped batsman is New Zealand's back-up wicket-keeper for CWC 2019
Lockie Ferguson: The fastest pacer in the current Black Caps attack
Mitchell Santner: The left-arm spinner will play in his first CWC this year
Trent Boult: He was the joint-leading wicket-taker in CWC 2015, with 22 scalps
Ish Sodhi: The leg-spinner will play in his first CWC this year
Tim Southee: The leading ODI wicket-taker in the current squad