Australia cruised to a six-wicket win against New Zealand in their opening Twenty20 international in Wellington. Set a paltry 119 to win, the visitors reached their target with 24 balls to spare to complete the comfortable victory - their fourth in as many Twenty20 matches against the Black Caps. Having bowled out New Zealand for 118 - their lowest Twenty20 total against Australia - the visitors began their run chase in brutal fashion before two quick wickets from Shane Bond and another from Daniel Vettori pegged them back to 39 for three. But a 67-run stand between David Hussey and skipper Michael Clarke broke the back of the run-chase, and it was left to Cameron White (11 not out) to smash the match-winning six.