New Zealand and Australia, the finalists of the T20 Men’s World Cup 2021, will go head to head in a three-match T20I series as a feature of the New Zealand summer. The series in March is set to conflict with the dates for Australia’s Tests against Pakistan in Pakistan, which implies any semblance of Steven Smith, David Warner, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood are probably going to miss the T20I games against New Zealand.
The different sides are likewise booked to play a three match ODI series and one-off T20I in January-February in Australia.
The ladies’ group, in the mean time, is set to play against India in a home series in February which incorporates an oddball T20I and five ODIs that will fill in as a groundwork for the Women’s 50-over World Cup which will likewise happen in New Zealand in March-April 2022. The Women’s World Cup was deferred by a year due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The New Zealand cricket board likewise affirmed the timetable for the men’s group two-Test series against Bangladesh which will be held in January and the two Tests against South Africa in March. Each of the four Tests will be region of the planet Test Championship.
New Zealand’s men’s group will likewise have Netherlands in March-April for an oddball T20I and three ODIs. These three ODI just as those against Australia will be essential for the ICC ODI Super League.
“It hasn’t been a straight-forward process and we’ve expected to work through various startling changes prior to finishing the courses of action,” NZC CEO David White said about the deferral in the declaration of the late spring plan.
“Having said that, I’m charmed with the volume and nature of the global cricket to be played over the mid year, especially given the significance of, and the pertinence associated with these games.
“The India series is a critical piece of the White Ferns’ World Cup arrangements. The four Tests are vital for the Blackcaps as far as their World Test Championship guard. Furthermore, as a component of the ICC Super League, the Blackcaps’ six ODIs convey comparable importance,” added White.