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India Vs New Zealand 2023: Schedule, Squad, Tickets & Free Live Streaming Details

India vs New Zealand 2023, Schedule, Venue, Squad and tickets

India Vs New Zealand 2023: BCCI will be hosting New Zealand for 3 ODI and 3 T20 match series for the New Zealand tour of India, which will be held from Jan 18 to Feb 1 this year. The ODI match series will start on January 18, followed by ODI Matches in Raipur and Indore on Jan 21 and Jan 24 respectively. After the ODI Matches, 3 T20I Matches will take place.

The New Zealand team is currently staying in Pakistan for two Tests and 3 ODI Match Series. New Zealand, Runner-up of the T20 World Cup 2021, named their squad for T20 where Mitchell Santner is positioned as the captain.

The NZ team is quite familiar with Indian pitch conditions as most of their players play in the Indian Premier League every year. They have also included Auckland Ace’s left-arm pacer Ben Lister who might make his debut in the upcoming series.

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India Vs New Zealand ODI Schedule 2023:

Ind vs NZ, 1st ODIRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, HyderabadJan 18, 02:00 PM IST
Ind vs NZ, 2nd ODIShaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, RaipurJan 21, 02:00 PM IST
Ind vs NZ, 3rd ODIHolkar Cricket Stadium, IndoreJan 24, 02:00 PM IST

India vs New Zealand T20 Schedule 2023:

Ind vs NZ, 1st T20IJSCA International Stadium Complex, RanchiJan 27, 07:00 PM IST
Ind vs NZ, 2nd T20IBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowJan 29, 07:00 PM IST
Ind vs NZ, 3rd T20INarendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadFeb 01, 07:00 PM IST

Read More: Ekana Cricket Stadium Pitch Report, Match Schedules…

New Zealand Squad for New Zealand Tour of India

source: BlackCaps Twitter

New Zealand Tour of India Squad:

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New Zealand: Mitchell Santner (C), Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, Michael Bracewell, Mark Chapman, Dane Cleaver,  Jacob Duffy, Ben Lister, Daryl Mitchell, Michael Rippon, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner, Lockie Ferguson

BCCI is yet to announce the squad for ODI and T20 series against New Zealand

India vs New Zealand Head-to-Head Stats

India vs NZ Head to Head in ODIs

NZ and India have faced each other in 113 matches in ODI. Out of these 113 games, India has won 55 whereas New Zealand has won 50 matches. While 7 matches ended without any result and 1 match ended with a tie.

India vs NZ Head to Head in T20I

New Zealand and India have faced each other in 22 matches in T20. Out of these 22 games, India has won 12 whereas NZ has won on 9 occasions. While 1 match ended with a tied.

India vs New Zealand 2023 Tickets


Tickets for India vs New Zealand 1st ODI, which is to take place on January 18 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, will be made available online on January 13. Fans who want to purchase tickets online will have to pick the ticket at LB Stadium and Gachibowli Stadium from January 15 – January 18.

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On January 13, 6,000 tickets will be available, and 7,000 tickets will be on January 14 and January 15.

Ind vs NZ 2023 Ticket Prices For Holkar Stadium

South Pavilion Tickets:

  • Lower – INR 5,105/-
  • First Floor – INR 6,089/-
  • Second Floor – INR 5,720/-
  • Third Floor – INR 4,490/-

Stand/Gallery Tickets:

  • East Stand Lower – INR 524/-
  • East Stand First Floor Premium (first few rows close to the ground) – INR 1,015/-
  • East Stand First Floor Regular (rows behind premium) – INR 953/-
  • East Stand Second Floor – INR 892/-
  • West Stand Lower – INR 701/-
  • West Stand First Floor Premium (first few rows close to the ground) – INR 1,199/-
  • West Stand First Floor Regular (rows behind premium) – INR 1,138/-
  • West Stand Second Floor – INR 1,052/-

IND vs NZ: Live Streaming & Broadcast

New Zealand vs India will be broadcasted on Star Sports Network in India. The live streaming of the match will be on the Disney+Hotstar app and website.

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