India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to clash against New Zealand in home series

Saksham Mishra
|Published 31/07/2018

India have a really crammed season moving forward. With tours of England, Australia and New Zealand slated next, the team will barely have time to catch its breath. The schedule of the Indian limited overs tour to New Zealand beginning next year has been announced.

Team India will play 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is which lie in between of the tours of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

However, due to some legal binding, Auckland could not host as many matches as the officials liked.

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“NZC would’ve liked to have scheduled more India matches at Eden Park in Auckland but was unable to do so because of restrictions at the venue,” the board’s chief operating officer Anthony Crummy was told reporters.

It has been a long time since Team India has been seen in action in New Zealand and the new venue and livelier pitches will guarantee a lot more action.

Versus Sri Lanka:

1st Test: December 15-19, Wellington

 

2nd Test: December 26-30, Christchurch

1st ODI: January 3, Mount Maunganui

2nd ODI: January 5, Mount Maunganui

3rd ODI: January 8, Nelson

Only T20: January 11, Auckland

Versus India:

1st ODI: January 23, Napier

2nd ODI: January 26, Mount Maunganui

3rd ODI: January 28, Mount Maunganui

4th ODI: January 31, Hamilton

5th ODI: February 3, Wellington

1st T20: February 6, Wellington

2nd T20: February 8, Auckland

3rd T20: February 10, Hamilton

Versus Bangladesh:

1st ODI: February 13, Napier

2nd ODI: February 16, Christchurch

3rd ODI: February 20, Dunedin

1st Test: February 28-March 4, Hamilton

2nd Test: March 8-12, Wellington

3rd Test: March 16-20, Christchurch

 


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Saksham Mishra

Saksham Mishra

I, a failed cricketer say: write picturesque, write insightful; otherwise don’t write. My writings are a source of self pleasure. Enjoy a fiercely fought test session much more than a slam bang T20. I write anything, as per whim- news piece, feature, opinion, editorial, preview, analysis etc. Hope to write a book one day!

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