The New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum doesn't think there is any need for major changes to the side despite another hiding at the hands of England.
The English completed a sweep of the 2-Test series with a 247-run victory at Headingly.
The batting was again the problem for the Black Caps... their highest score in the series was 220, which they achieved this morning, while the highest individual score was the 70 scored by Ross Taylor yesterday.
McCullum feels they should stick with the status quo.... they've had a mixed year, but feels in 18 months time this could be a very good side.
The first of three one-day internationals is at Lord's on Friday night.