England tour of New Zealand, 2023
2 TEST, 8 Feb, 2023 - 28 Feb, 2023
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England are set to tour New Zealand for two Test matches along with a 2-day warm-up game against New Zealand XI. The two Test matches, however, won't be a part of the ongoing World Test Championship 2021-23. The fixtures of the tour were confirmed by New Zealand Cricket (NZC) in June 2022.
Prior to this, New Zealand toured England in June 2022 for a three-match Test series, where they were whitewashed in a thrilling Test series at the hands of Ben Stokes' army. Overall, the two teams have played 110 Test matches against each other, where England have been massively dominant with 51 wins as compared to just 12 Kiwi wins. A total of 47 matches have ended in a draw.
The last Test between these two teams in New Zealand was played in the form of another 2-match series in November 2019, where the hosts managed to win the series 1-0. England have played 51 Tests against New Zealand in New Zealand and have managed to stay dominant with 18 wins in comparison to hosts' 6 wins. 27 matches have ended in a draw.
NZ vs ENG schedule:
February 8th – England vs New Zealand XI, 2-day Warm-up match - Seddon Park, Hamilton
February 16th – 1st Test, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
February 24th – 2nd Test, Basin Reserve, Wellington
NZ vs ENG Full Squads:
New Zealand – Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson, Michael Bracewell, Daryl Mitchell, Will Young, Tom Blundell (wk), Devon Conway (wk), Tom Latham (wk), Tim Southee (c), Matt Henry, Kyle Jamieson, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner, Neil Wagner
England – Harry Brook, Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Daniel Lawrence, Joe Root, Ben Stokes (c), Will Jacks, Ben Foakes (wk), Ollie Pope (wk), James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, Matty Potts, Ollie Robinson, Olly Stone
New Zealand XI – Robert O'Donnell, William O Donnell, Sean Solia, Tom Bruce (c), Sean Davey, Will Young, Curtis Heaphy (wk), Quinn Sunde (wk), Adithya Ashok, Jacob Cumming, Kyle Jamieson, Jarrod McKay, Theo van Woerkom