India will visit New Zealand for a white-ball series.

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India will visit New Zealand for a white-ball series!

After the World T20 in Australia, India will visit New Zealand for a white-ball series consisting of three T20Is and as many ODIs, according to New Zealand Cricket (NZC). The series will take place from November 18 to 30, with New Zealand returning to India for a white-ball series in January of next year.

“After the World Cup, India will visit New Zealand to face the BLACKCAPS in three T20s in Wellington, Tauranga, and Napier, as well as three ODIs in Auckland, Hamilton, and Christchurch,” NZC noted in a release.

“The BLACKCAPS will then go to the subcontinent for a tour of Pakistan and a short form series in India before returning to New Zealand in early February to prepare for the two Tests against England in Tauranga (D/N) and Wellington.

In the lead-up to the T20 World Cup, India will travel the West Indies for a white-ball series consisting of three ODIs and five T20Is in July and August.

In addition to a day-night Test against England, New Zealand will host six international teams during its home summer of 2022-23.

Other visiting teams besides India include Pakistan, Bangladesh, England, and Sri Lanka men’s teams, as well as Bangladesh women’s teams.

The first day-night Test in New Zealand since the BLACKCAPS overcame the same opponent by an innings at Eden Park in 2018 is England’s series opener at Bay Oval, which begins on February 16. After playing in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games and returning from a tour of the West Indies, the New Zealand women’s team will host Bangladesh in a T20 and ODI series before heading for South Africa in January to compete in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.


Fixtures: India tour of New Zealand

November 18: 1st T20; Sky Stadium, Wellington

November 20: 2nd T20; Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

November 22: 3rd T20; McLean Park, Napier

November 25: 1st ODI; Eden Park, Auckland

November 27: 2nd ODI; Seddon Park, Hamilton






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