India proposed to visit New Zealand ahead of 3 match ODI series as a part of World Cup super league but that has been postponed now. The main reason behind the postponed is the most recent Overseen and quarentine rules and isolation process which is delivered by the Kiwi government.
The New Zealand will further play Bangladesh, The Netherlands, South Africa.
The womens world Cup is not far off. Subsequently, India is currently expected to visit the country following the end of the 2022 edition of the T20 World Cup, which is liked to be held in Australia.
Blackcaps are scheduled to india after the completion of the 2021 T20 World Cup to participate in a two-match Test series and three T20Is
The New Zealand government has allotted MIQs for 35 personal force of the visiting party from South Africa, Bangladesh and The Netherlands. An aggregate of 181 spots have been saved to oblige the accomodation for the travelling groups for the Womens World Cup
NZC chief David white said No Boxing Day Test for New Zealand this year
With the tour through India running into December, a 14-day MIQ for the Kiwi players implies they won’t compite in Boxing Day Test. New Zealand have a mixed season heading into and including the T20 World Cup, just as the resulting India visit, which implies their players won’t get an opportunity to decompress.The first Test match against Bangladesh has been planned for two days in the presence of Boxing Day, allowing the players a short opportunity to stay with their families following a very long time of jumping from one bio-bubble onto the other.
Blackcaps now scheduled to tour Australia also for a short tour from January 30 to February 8.Despite they are not relied upon to stay in isolation in the wake of returning, with talks for a potential trans-Tasman bubble at present taking place.The Kiwis’ home series against Bangladesh and South Africa which can also include Tests which will be important for the 2021-23 WTC. Defending champs New-Zealand are most up to date ICC contest subsequent to overcoming India in the debut season at Southampton several months back.