Much-anticipated India vs New Zealand series will start off on Friday with a T20I match at the SKY Arena in Wellington. The two countries will challenge in a three-match T20I series prior to clashing in a three-match ODI series. The BCCI has rested a greater part of the T20 World Cup 2022 crew individuals for the visit to New Zealand.
Ordinary captain Rohit Sharma and bad habit chief KL Rahul will miss the series alongside star hitter Virat Kohli, experienced off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, and veteran wicket-guardian player Dinesh Karthik. All-rounder Hardik Pandya will commander the guests in the three-match T20I series. On that note, here is the full timetable for the three T20Is.
The India Visit to New Zealand starts today with the principal T20 match in the series at 12 PM IST. It’s the main T20 match between IND and NZ out of three and will be trailed by three ODI matches. The second and third India vs New Zealand T20 matches is booked for November 20 and November 22.
Present India vs New Zealand T20 match will be live-streamed on the web and broadcast on Stations. This is the way you can watch India vs New Zealand cricket match on the web.
Doordarshan Sports is the main Station that will communicate this series. Neither Star Sports nor Sony Sports own the privileges to broadcast the home matches of the New Zealand cricket crew. The enthusiasts of the Men dressed in Blue can watch the games live on DD Sports, very much like the away series against the West Indies.
Amazon Prime Video will transfer the matches live on its foundation. Interestingly, a series including the Indian men’s cricket crew will be shown live on Amazon Prime Video. Fans should purchase a membership to watch the matches live.
It will be fascinating to see which group ends up as the winner in this three-match series. The two countries crashed out of the T20 World Cup 2022 in the elimination rounds recently.
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