During their 2023 tour of India, the New Zealand cricket team will play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals from January 18 to February 1. The Indian ODI team will be led by Rohit Sharma, and the Indian T20I team will be led by Hardik Pandya.
Tom Latham will lead the New Zealand ODI team in the absence of Kane Williamson, and Mitchell Santner will lead the New Zealand T20I team. KL Rahul was left out of both squads due to his leave, and Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are still not in the T20I squad.
Prithvi Shaw was recalled to the T20I squad, and wicketkeeper-batsman KS Bharat was included in the ODI squad for the first time since July 2021. India will play the Black Caps in their second white-ball match in less than two months in the upcoming New Zealand series.
India will travel to New Zealand in November 2022 to play three Twenty20 Internationals and as many One-Day Internationals after the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia is over. This series will be significantly more challenging for Indian players than for the Sri Lankan one.
India was humiliated by New Zealand a few months ago in New Zealand. They would seek vengeance for that series’ demise. Additionally, they will field a team with full strength this time around.
|Jan 18, Wednesday||ODI||India vs New Zealand||Hyderabad||02:00 PM|
|Jan 21, Saturday||ODI||India vs New Zealand||Raipur||02:00 PM|
|Jan 24, Tuesday||ODI||India vs New Zealand||Indore||02:00 PM|
|Jan 27, Friday||T20I||India vs New Zealand||Hyderabad||07:00 PM|
|Jan 29, Sunday||T20I||India vs New Zealand||Raipur||07:00 PM|
|Feb 01, Wednesday||T20I||India vs New Zealand||Indore||07:00 PM|
the entire ODI series will be broadcast live on Star Sports Network channels, and the Disney+Hotstar app will provide live streaming. Star Sports owns the exclusive rights to broadcast Team India’s home tournaments. DD Sports also has live matches between India and New Zealand.
|Country||Ind vs NZ 2023 Broadcasting Channels|
|India||Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar|
|Pakistan||PTV and Ten Sports|
|Sri Lanka||SLRC (Channel Eye)|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports|
|South Africa||SuperSport Network|