MSN New Zealand – © Provided by Wisden It will be a truly Indian summer in New Zealand when the men’s and women’s teams of the two nations square off in a succession of One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals.

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  • © Provided by Wisden It will be a truly Indian summer in New Zealand when the men’s and women’s teams of the two nations square off in a succession of One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals.
  • Three of the men’s ODIs will be held a day before the women’s ODIs, while all three T20Is will be double-headers, New Zealand Cricket said on Tuesday (July 31).
  • The Indian men will travel to New Zealand after finishing their commitments in Australia, and kick off the white-ball leg with the first ODI in Napier on January 23, 2019, marking the return of international cricket to McLean Park after one season devoted to of the venue.
  • The Indian women will start their ODI series, also at McLean Park, on January 24, the final match slated for Hamilton on February 1.
  • The tour by the Indian teams is the highlight of a busy schedule that will see the India A team, as well as the Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi men’s sides, to New Zealand.


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