New Zealand will host India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and England in what will be a packed home summer for them this year, NZC announced on Tuesday (June 28). The women’s team will also host Bangladesh before travelling to South Africa for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.
New Zealand will be hosting England in a day-night Test in the series opener at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui scheduled to be played from February 16. It’s the first since 2018 where New Zealand had defeated England in Eden Park.
The home season will begin in October in what will be New Zealand’s last chance for preparation ahead of the T20 World Cup in Australia as they host a tri-series featuring Pakistan and Bangladesh. India will visit after the ICC T20 World Cup for a three-match T20I and ODI series.
New Zealand will then embark on a visit to Pakistan and India for a brief series before returning to host England for two Tests. Post the conclusion of that series, New Zealand will host Sri Lanka for a full-fledged tour of two Tests, 3 T20Is and 3 ODIs.
New Zealand Women will host Bangladesh for three T20Is and as many ODIs before heading over to South Africa.
“Last summer’s ICC Women’s World Cup did so much to promote the game, and it will be great to see the WHITE FERNS in action right around the country,” NZC chief executive David White said. “And to have India, England and Sri Lanka touring here, on top of visits from Pakistan and Bangladesh, means cricket fans can look forward to a summer of top-quality cricket.”
“We recognise the challenges of the current environment – and our priority is to make international cricket as accessible as possible.
“After the previous seasons’ restrictions from Covid, we want to ensure our venues and fixtures remain affordable and welcoming.”
New Zealand 2022-23 home schedule
T20 tri-series vs Bangladesh and Pakistan
- Saturday, October 8, 7pm: T20 v Pakistan; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Sunday, October 9, 7pm: T20 v Bangladesh; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Tuesday, October 11, 3pm: T20 v Pakistan; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Wednesday, October 12, 3pm: T20 v Bangladesh; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Friday, October 14, 3pm: T20 tri-series final (if qualified); Hagley Oval, Christchurch
New Zealand vs India
- Friday, November 18, 7.30pm: 1st T20; Sky Stadium, Wellington
- Sunday, November 20, 7.30pm: 2nd T20; Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
- Tuesday, November 22, 7.30pm: 3rd T20; McLean Park, Napier
- Friday, November 25, 2.30pm: 1st ODI; Eden Park, Auckland
- Sunday, November 27, 2.30pm: 2nd ODI; Seddon Park, Hamilton
- Wednesday, November 30, 2.30pm: 3rd ODI; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
New Zealand vs England
- Thursday, February 16 – Monday, February 20, 2pm daily: 1st Test; Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
- Friday, February 24 – Tuesday, February 28, 11am daily: 2nd Test; Basin Reserve, Wellington
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
- Thursday, March 9 – Monday, March 13, 11am daily: 1st Test; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Friday, March 17 – Tuesday, March 21, 11am daily: 2nd Test; Basin Reserve, Wellington
- Saturday, March 25, 2pm: 1st ODI; Eden Park, Auckland
- Tuesday, March 28, 2pm: 2nd ODI; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Friday, March 31, 2pm: 3rd ODI; Seddon Park, Hamilton
- Sunday, April 2, 1pm: 1st T20; Eden Park, Auckland
- Wednesday, April 5, 1pm: 2nd T20; University of Otago Oval, Dunedin
- Saturday, April 8, 1pm: 3rd T20; John Davies Oval, Queenstown
New Zealand Women’s team schedule
New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women
- Friday, December 2, 7pm: 1st T20; Hagley Oval, Christchurch
- Sunday, December 4, 2pm: 2nd T20; University of Otago Oval, Dunedin
- Wednesday, December 7, 2pm: 3rd T20; John Davies Oval, Queenstown
- Sunday, December 11, 11am: 1st ODI; Basin Reserve, Wellington
- Wednesday, December 14, 2pm: 2nd ODI; McLean Park, Napier
- Sunday, December 18, 11am: 3rd ODI; Seddon Park, Hamilton