NZ vs Eng: New Zealand get a chance for quick revenge in home game against England

England beat the Black Caps by seven wickets in the third Test at Headingley on Monday to sweep the series

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Hasi Kamanger

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NZ vs ENG: Next February, Kane Williamson-led New Zealand host Brendon McCullum's team for two test matches in a effort to revenge their 3-0 defeat in England.

New Zealand will have a chance to quickly avenge their 3-0 defeat in England when they host Brendon McCullum's side in two Tests next February.
England beat the Black Caps by seven wickets in the third Test at Headingley on Monday to win the series, but New Zealand could face a tougher prospect in the New Year at home courses in Wellington and Tauranga.
The first day-night Test to be played in New Zealand since England were defeated by that nation by an innings and 49 runs at Eden Park in 2018 will be the series opener at the Bay Oval.
As part of the 2022–23 national schedule, New Zealand Cricket announced on Tuesday that the two-match series against Sri Lanka will be hosted by the world champions in a Test format.
In order to have any hope of successfully defending the title. The Black Caps are now stuck in seventh place in the World Test Championship standings. And have to show excellent performances at home.
In preparation for the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia. New Zealand also host Bangladesh and Pakistan in a triangular tournament in early October.
In contrast to Sri Lanka, which will play the same number of short format games in March and April. After the Test series, India will travel to play three T20s and three one-day internationals in November.
India will visit three T20 and three one-day internationals in November, while Sri Lanka will play an equal number of short format matches in March and April following the Test series.