India vs New Zealand Schedule 2023

Full coverage of India vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 Series with upcoming match dates, schedule, results and ball by ball commentary. The New Zealand tour of India includes 3 T20 and 3 ODI Matches.

India vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 with IND vs NZ Schedule, Upcoming Test, ODI and T20 Series, Venues and Time Table
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India vs New Zealand (IND vs NZ) Schedule 2023

The India vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 consists of three T20 matches and three ODI matches as per BCCI and the NZ Cricket board. It is part of the bilateral series as per FTP where New Zealand will tour India for 3-match T20 and 3-match ODI series during January / February 2023. Another ODI series will be played during second tour of New Zealand to India which will also be part of the inaugural 2020–23 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. The series between India and New Zealand will take part right after the conclusion of India-Sri Lanka series in January.

Below is the full IND vs NZ 2023 schedule with complete fixtures and time table of all matches, dates, venues and timing of matches in GMT, EST, IST and local time.

India vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 with IND vs NZ Schedule, Upcoming Test, ODI and T20 Series, Venues and Time Table

India vs New Zealand Series / Tour Programs

As per IND vs NZ schedule, both teams will play several matches over upcoming months during bilateral series and ICC events. In addition to these ICC events, both teams are set to play a bilateral series first in New Zealand and then in India early next year.

Dates / MonthSeries DetailsHost
16 October – 13 November 2022ICC T20 World Cup 2022Australia
18 – 30 November 2022India vs New Zealand Bilateral SeriesNew Zealand
January 2023India vs New Zealand Bilateral SeriesIndia
Mar – May 2023IPL 2023 (IND / NZ Players)India
10 October – 26 November 2023ICC Cricket World Cup 2023India

IND vs NZ – The Upcoming ODI Matches (January)

Jan 18, WedIndia vs New Zealand 1st ODI3am EST | 8am GMT | 1:30pm Local IST
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Jan 21, SatIndia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI3am EST | 8am GMT | 1:30pm Local IST
Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur
Jan 24, TueIndia vs New Zealand 3rd ODI3am EST | 8am GMT | 1:30pm Local IST
Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore

IND vs NZ – The Upcoming T20 Matches (Jan – Feb)

Jan 27, FriIndia vs New Zealand 1st T208:30am EST | 1:30pm GMT | 7pm Local IST
JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
Jan 29, SunIndia vs New Zealand 2nd T208:30am EST | 1:30pm GMT | 7pm Local IST
Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
Feb 01, WedIndia vs New Zealand 3rd T208:30am EST | 1:30pm GMT | 7pm Local IST
Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

Please note that India vs New Zealand Schedule may be subject to change for any reason as may be required in the sole discretion of BCCI/NZC

India vs New Zealand Squads and Players

The BCCI has announced two separate squads for the upcoming home tour against New Zealand, which includes 3 T20Is and 3 ODIs. Hardik Pandya will return as captain for the T20I format, while Rohit Sharma continues to lead in the 50-over format ahead of the World Cup.

India T20I squad vs New Zealand: Hardik Pandya (C), Suryakumar Yadav (vc), Ishan Kishan (wk), R Gaikwad, Shubman Gill, Deepak Hooda, Rahul Tripathi, Jitesh Sharma (wk), Washington Sundar, Kuldeep Yadav, Y Chahal, Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik, Shivam Mavi, Prithvi Shaw, Mukesh Kumar

India ODI squad vs New Zealand: Rohit Sharma (C), Shubman Gill, Ishan Kishan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, KS Bharat (wk), Hardik Pandya (VC), Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Shardul Thakur, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohd. Shami, Mohammad Siraj, Umran Malik

India vs New Zealand Series – 2023 Coverage

The New Zealand tour of India has been confirmed to take place in January 2023. The series is part of the ICC FTP fixtures and part of the inaugural 2020–23 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. The India vs New Zealand schedule for (IND vs NZ) series is a bilateral series and both teams will play 3 ODI matches followed by 3 T20 matches. The T20 series between IND vs NZ will be played from January 18 till February 1.

The T20 series is the second time both teams are meeting in just three-months period. The 3-match ODI series is a great opportunity for both to kick-start their ICC Cricket World 2023 preparation which is scheduled for this year in India.

New Zealand is expected to give a tough fight to India in the tour. After playing a lot of cricket at home, they will be desperate enough to win away from home too.

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India Vs New Zealand Schedule (IND vs NZ) Overview

IND vs NZ schedule, time table, squads, players and live score
India and New Zealand are set to play 3 T20 and 3 ODI matches

India and New Zealand have a rich history of 65 years of good cricket. India faced New Zealand for the first time in 1955 which ended in a draw.

Whenever these two teams have played an international match, they have played with the right spirit without any controversies.

IND vs NZ Head to head Tests

A total of 59 matches were played between these two teams. Most of the matches have ended in a draw (26), India won 21 matches and 12 matches were won by New Zealand.

IND vs NZ Head to head in ODI’s

India and New Zealand have played 107 matches in total. India has the upper hand with 55 wins, whereas New Zealand has won 46 matches.

IND vs NZ Head to head in T20I’s

The first T20I match between India and New Zealand was played in 2007 which was won by the Kiwis. Total 16 matches were played between these two teams and both the teams have 8-8 victories each.

IND vs NZ Head to head in ICC events

New Zealand has an edge over India in ICC Cricket World Cups. Out of 9 games 5 have been won by New Zealand and 3 have been won by India.

India Vs New Zealand schedule down the memory lane

India’s shocking exit in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

India and New Zealand played the semi-final on 9th July, 2019. It was written on the cards that India will easily defeat the kiwis to the play final at Lord’s. India throughout the tournament was a strong side and were the table toppers in the group stage.

This semi-final went into the next day as rain had played spoil-sport in the first innings of Kiwi batting.

The next day, the conditions became cloudy and it favoured the seam and swing bowlers. New Zealand set a target of 240 which was considered a low score for India to chase.

When India came to bat, the opening spell of Kiwi bowlers had blown away the Indian top-order (top 3 batsmen- Rohit, Rahul, Kohli) batsmen cheaply for scores of 1 each. Indian team was struggling for 24-4 and it was all left with the middle order batsmen to stabilize the innings.

Jadeja played a magical innings of 77 runs well supported by MS Dhoni who scored 50 runs. The biggest heartbreak moment for the India team and fans was Dhoni’s run-out by Guptill in a situation where India still required 25 of 10 balls. New Zealand eventually won the match by 18 runs and went through the final.

This upset by Kiwis has left a huge dent on the Indian team for not winning an ICC title since 2013 despite being a strong cricket nation.

New Zealand’s rare T20I whitewash at home in 2020

India toured New Zealand in the early 2020 for a full-fledged series of 5 T20I, 3 ODI and 2 tests as per India vs New Zealand schedule. New Zealand is considered a strong team at home. India had won the first 2 T20I matches of the tour quite convincingly. The third match of the tour went into a super-over from a situation when the Kiwis were on the charge to win quite comfortably. New Zealand failed to score 9 runs in the last over despite having set batsman Kane Willamson. In the end New Zealand had lost the match in super-over.

Coincidentally, the 4th match also went into super over which also was once again won by India again. Since New Zealand’s loss in the super-over at Lord’s final in 2019, it seems like New Zealand have struggled playing super-overs. They have struggled to win the final moments of the match.

The 5th match was also lost by Kiwis from a winning position. India whitewashed the Kiwis 5-0 at their own backyard. These 5 victories have made the T20I head to head stats better for India.

2023 – 2024 Series and Match Schedule for IND vs NZ

In 2023, both India and New Zealand are set to play against each other in bilateral series as well as in ICC events. The IND vs NZ matches are scheduled in January when they first meet for the ODI bilateral series. Starting from January 18, New Zealand is set to tour India for 2 bilateral series including 3-match T20 series and 3-match ODI series. In return, India will also tour New Zealand in later in 2023 for the Test bilateral series.

The India vs New Zealand schedule for bilateral series is set to begin on January 18 at Hyderabad when both teams meet for the 3-match ODI series. The first ODI match will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Wednesday January 18, 2023. The next ODI match will be on Saturday January 21 at Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur and the final ODI match between IND and NZ is scheduled on Tuesday January 24 2023 at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore.

After the ODI series conclusion, both teams will also play a 3-match T20 series. First match of the T20-series will be played Friday January 27 at JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi. The 2nd and 3rd matches will be played on January 29 and February 1 respectively. Both teams will visit Lucknow and Ahmedabad for the T20 matches.

India squads for the New Zealand tour (IND vs NZ) have already been announced for both T20 and ODI series. Hardik Pandya is set to captain the T20 side while Rohit Sharma will lead the ODI side.

While not an ICC event, players from both teams also participate in the Indian Premier League during 2023 IPL edition. New Zealand players are an integral part of the T20 league and are part of all playing 10 teams during the year.

Highlights of India’s T20i and ODI squad against New Zealand for IND vs NZ schedule:

  • KL, Virat and Rohit rested.
  • Hardik in T20i and Dhawan in ODI as captain
  • Pant Vice Captain in T20is and ODIs
  • Samson and Umran Malik included in both the series
  • Kuldeep Sen gets a call up

IND vs NZ Future Tours Programme (FTP)

Here is the fixtures and Schedule of India vs New Zealand matches as per ICC’s Cricket Future Tours Programme with year, tournament details and host.

Dates / MonthSeries DetailsHost
16 October – 13 November 2022ICC T20 World Cup 2022Australia
18 – 30 November 2022India vs New Zealand Bilateral SeriesNew Zealand
January 2023India vs New Zealand Bilateral SeriesIndia
Mar – May 2023IPL 2023 (IND / NZ Players)India
10 October – 26 November 2023ICC Cricket World Cup 2023India
June – July 2024Champions Trophy 2024TBC
September – October 2024T20 World Cup 2024TBC
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India vs New Zealand Schedule (IND vs NZ) Series FAQs

When does the IND vs NZ series begin?

In 2023, India and New Zealand will face off in a bilateral series between the two teams. The bilateral series between the 2 teams is scheduled for January and February consisting of 3-match ODI and 3-match T20 series.

How many matches will both teams play?

Both India and New Zealand will play 3 T20 and 3 ODI matches in January and February this year.

Who is included in the Indian Squad?

India squads for the New Zealand tour have already been announced for both T20 and ODI series. Hardik Pandya is set to captain the T20 side while Rohit Sharma will lead the ODI side.

What are the series Venues for India vs New Zealand schedule?

Matches between India vs New Zealand will take place at multiple venues, details of which are published on the IND vs NZ schedule page.

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