Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui will turn New Zealand’s ninth Test venue after being awarded a opening compare of a two-Test array opposite England in November.
A unchanging and renouned tie on a limited-overs scene, a belligerent has now been handed a marquee compare forward of determined venues Wellington and Christchurch who will horde a two-Test array opposite India in Feb and March. The second Test of a England array will be hold during Seddon Park in Hamilton.
New Zealand Cricket reliable their home tie list on Friday with a general deteriorate commencement on Nov 1 with a initial of 5 T20Is opposite England in Christchurch.
After a revisit of England, a men’s group conduct over to Australia for a three-Test array that takes in a Boxing Day and New Year Tests before returning home for a full debate by India that includes 5 T20Is and 3 ODIs alongside a dual Tests.
The group conduct behind opposite a Tasman in mid-March for a three-match one-day array that had creatively been penciled in for Jan following a Tests before a Cricket Australia tie break involving a BCCI meant it had to be changed to a behind finish of a season.
Australia afterwards make a outing over for 3 T20Is that interpretation a New Zealand season.
The women’s group will face South Africa in Jan and Feb opposite 3 ODIs and 5 T20Is, a latter providing credentials for a T20 World Cup in Australia.
Subject to final approval, Eden Park in Auckland will horde 4 uninterrupted limited-overs matches opposite 4 days in late Jan with a group confronting India in T20Is on Jan 24 and 26 and a women personification South Africa in ODIs on a Outer Oval on a 25th and 27th
“We’re simply gay with a approach it’s all propitious together,” David White, a NZC CEO said. “We’re quite anxious for all those concerned in securing Bay Oval as New Zealand’s ninth Test venue. A lot of people have worked tough for this approval and I’m certain a venue will continue to go from strength to strength.”
“We take a hats off to Eden Park,” he added. “They’ve unequivocally come to a party; receiving apparatus consents, charity constrained blurb terms and a rebate in match-day costs, and consistently scheming high peculiarity wickets and outfield”.
“This is a told agree routine and I’d unequivocally inspire a cricket village to make submissions in support of a diversion – that is scheduled for India’s Republic Day and is moulding adult to be a smashing occasion.”
New Zealand’s home summer
Men’s array v England
November 1: 1st T20I, Christchurch
Nov 3: 2nd T20I, Wellington (Westpac)
Nov 5: 3rd T20I, Nelson
Nov 8: 4th T20I, Napier
Nov 10: 5th T20I, Auckland
Nov 21-25: 1st Test, Mount Maunganui
Nov 29-December 32: 2nd Test, Hamilton
Men’s array v India
January 24: 1st T20I, Auckland
Jan 26: 2nd T20I, Auckland
Jan 29: 3rd T20I, Hamilton
Jan 31: 4th T20I, Wellington (Westpac)
Feb 2: 5th T20I, Mount Maunganui
Feb 5: 1st ODI, Hamilton
Feb 8: 2nd ODI, Auckland
Feb 11: 3rd ODI, Mount Maunganui
Feb 21-February 25: 1st Test, Wellington (Basin Reserve)
Feb 29-March 4: 2nd Test, Christchurch
Women’s array v South Africa
January 25: 1st ODI, Auckland (Outer Oval)
Jan 27: 2nd ODI, Auckland (Outer Oval)
Jan 30: 3rd ODI, Hamilton
Feb 2: 1st T20I, Mount Maunganui
Feb 6: 2nd T20I, Hamilton
Feb 9: 3rd T20I, Wellington (Basin Reserve)
Feb 10: 4th T20I, Wellington (Basin Reserve)
Feb 13: 5th T20I, Dunedin
Men’ array v Australia
March 24: 1st T20I, Dunedin
Mar 27: 2nd T20I, Auckland
Mar 29: 3rd T20I, Christchurch
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