England’s tour of New Zealand fixtures revealed

In what will be busy six-week tour for England in November and December, they will play five Twenty20 internationals and two Test matches against New Zealand.

Schedule announced for England's tour of New Zealand 2019/20
England players celebrate after the fall of wicket.

The first match of five-match T20I series is scheduled to take place in Christchurch on 1 November, with the following fixtures also scheduled for Wellington, Nelson, Napier and Auckland over 10 days.

The first Test match starts on November 21 at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, with the second one at Hamilton’s Seddon Park.

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The fixtures will be preceded by two warm-up matches in Whangarei. England are currently playing World Cup. In the two matches that they played, they registered win against South Africa in the tournament opener and suffered a shocking defeat at the hands of Pakistan in their second game.

England will take on Bangladesh in their next game at Sophia Gardens in what promises to be a scintillating contest. In the previous World Cup, Bangladesh knocked England out of the tournament and it will be quite interesting to see how England would approach against Bangladesh tomorrow.

England’s tour of New Zealand

October 27: T20 warm-up match- Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

October 29: T20 warm-up match- Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Nov 1: 1st T20 at Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 2 pm

Nov 3: 2nd T20 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, 2 pm

Nov 5: 3rd T20 at Saxton Oval, Nelson, 2 pm

Nov 8: 4th T20 at McLean Park, Napier, 6 pm

Nov 10: 5th T20 at Eden Park, Auckland, 2 pm

Nov 21-25: 1st Test at Bay Oval, Mt Maunganui, 11 am

Nov 29-Dec 3: 2nd Test at Seddon Park, Hamilton, 11 am


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