Last Update on: June 28th, 2022 at 04:02 pm
The 2022–23 home season for New Zealand’s men’s and women’s teams will be a major event, the country declared on Tuesday. A tri-series against Pakistan and Bangladesh will kick off the Black Caps’ home season and they will continue the preparation as they face India to get ready for the T20 World Cup, which will take place in Australia in October-November.
The series will begin 4 days after the T20 World Cup final, which is set for November 14, and will consist of three T20 Internationals and as many ODIs against Rohit Sharma’s India. Notably, New Zealand had travelled to India days after the T20 Cup of the previous year to play a white-ball series and several Test matches.
India To Tour New Zealand For 3 T20I’s And ODI’s Each
From November 18 to November 30, three T20Is will be played in Wellington, Tauranga, and Napier, while three ODIs will be played in Auckland, Hamilton, and Christchurch.
An additional 2-Test series, which will feature a pink-ball Test at home in February 2023, will be played between New Zealand and England. Notably, the current global Test champions will seek retribution after being blanked 3-0 by a Ben Stokes-led England squad that won the last Test on Monday, June 27 in Headingley.
The BLACKCAPS will go for the subcontinent for a tour of Pakistan and a series in India before hosting England in tests at home.
Along with hosting Sri Lanka in March for two tests, three one-day internationals, and three Twenty20 internationals, New Zealand will also welcome Bangladesh for a white-ball series in December 2022.
India tour of New Zealand 2022 Schedule
1st T20I in Wellington on Friday, November 18
2nd T20I in Mount Maunganui on Sunday, November 20
3rd T20I in Napier on Tuesday, November 22
1st ODI in Auckland on Friday, November 25
2nd ODI in Hamilton on Sunday, November 27
3rd ODI in Christchurch on Wednesday, November 30
Other fixtures in New Zealand home summer 2022-23
T20I tri-series vs Bangladesh and Pakistan
New Zealand vs Pakistan on Saturday, October 8 in Christchurch
New Zealand vs Bangladesh on Sunday, October 9 in Christchurch
New Zealand vs Pakistan on Tuesday, October 11 in Christchurch
New Zealand vs Bangladesh on Wednesday, October 12 in Christchurch
Final on Friday, October 14 in Christchurch
New Zealand vs England
1st Test in Mount Maunganui from February 16 to 20
2nd Test in Wellington from February 24 to 28
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
1st Test in Christchurch from March 9 to 13
2nd Test in Wellington – March 17 to 21
1st ODI in Auckland on March 25
2nd ODI in Christchurch on March 28
3rd ODI in Hamilton on March 31
1st T20I in Auckland on April 2
2nd T20I in Dunedin on April 5
3rd T20I in Queenstown on April 8