New Zealand to tour India in November

04:11 PM | 21 Sep, 2021
New Zealand to tour India in November
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WELLINGTON – New Zealand Cricket will arrive in India to play three Twenty20 Internationals and two test matches, two months after abandoning their tour of Pakistan citing security threats.

Reports quoting Indian Cricket Board officials cited that the series against visitors will kick-start India's 2021-22 home season which includes four tests, three one-dayers, and 14 Twenty20 Internationals.

Earlier, India did not host the second half of the IPL or the Twenty20 World Cup in wake of the Covid surge and both of the tournaments were shifted to the Gulf country.

West Indies Sri Lanka and South African teams will also visit the neighboring country in the next year for tests and limited over series.

Meanwhile, the development came following the New Zealand recent snub as it canceled the white-ball series against Pakistan at the last minute citing security concerns. The decision of the visitors was condemned by players from all over the world, while cricket officials and players in the south Asian country met with great frustration.

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