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Saturday, December 10, 2022

New Zealand will play England in Day-Night Test, host India during home heat

The New Zealand men’s team will play England in a day-night Test at Mount Maunganui, host a limited-overs tour by India and a T20I tri-series ahead of the World Cup as part of the 2022–23 home season.

Sri Lanka will also arrive for an all-format tour that includes two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is, while the New Zealand women’s team will take one ODI and T20Is in December ahead of their T20 World Cup in South Africa early next year. Bangladesh will host for the I.I.

The floodlight Test at the Bay Oval from February 16–20 will be the second New Zealand hosted under lights after their 2017-18 meeting with England at Eden Park, with Trent Boult and Tim Southee scoring 58 runs in 20.4 overs. was out.

It is the first of four home Tests in the season, the second being against England in Wellington from 24–28 February and then two matches against Sri Lanka in Christchurch (9–13 March) and Wellington (17–21 March).

New Zealand’s season gets underway with a T20I tri-series involving Bangladesh and Pakistan in preparation for the World Cup in Australia. The entire tournament will be staged in Christchurch from 7-14 October.

After the World Cup, India will take on Tasman for three T20Is and three ODIs from November 18-30.

The men’s team will then tour Pakistan and India overseas during December and January, before returning for the latter part of their home summer, ending with the final T20I against Sri Lanka on 8 April. It is again likely that white ball matches will clash with the IPL at the end of the season.

The women’s team will play three T20Is and three ODIs against Bangladesh during December. After that they will be in South Africa for the T20 World Cup in February.

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