New Zealand Squad, Playing 11, Schedule for Cricket World Cup 2023

New Zealand Squad, Playing 11, Schedule for Cricket World Cup 2023
New Zealand Squad, Playing 11, Schedule for Cricket World Cup 2023
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New Zealand, which had reached the final in the 2019 World Cup, will once again present its claim. This is a great opportunity for New Zealand to win the World Cup trophy. In this article we are going to tell you about the New Zealand team, best playing 11 and schedule.

Kane Williamson-led Blackcaps play their first match against England at Ahmedabad on October 5. Then travel to Hyderabad to play their second match vs Netherlands on October 9.

New Zealand Squad For ODI World Cup 2023

New Zealand have named a 15-player group for their home Cricket World Cup 2023 campaign.

Kane Williamson (c), Trent Boult, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Will Young

New Zealand’s Schedule For CWC 2023

S.NoMATCHESDATEVENUE
1.New Zealand vs EnglandOctober 5Ahmedabad
2.New Zealand vs NetherlandsOctober 9Hyderabad
3.New Zealand vs BangladeshOctober 13Chennai
4.New Zealand vs AfghanistanOctober 18Chennai
5.New Zealand vs IndiaOctober 21Dharamsala
6.New Zealand vs AustraliaOctober 28Dharamsala
7.New Zealand vs South AfricaNovember 1Pune
8.New Zealand vs PakistanNovember 4Bengaluru
9.New Zealand vs Sri LankaNovember 9Bengaluru

Also Read: ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule, Fixtures, Team & Venue

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New Zealand Strongest Playing 11 For CWC 2023

New Zealand is a very strong team in Cricket World Cup 2023. Along with batting, Blackcaps also has tremendous bowling. NZ will present full claim to win the World Cup.

  1. Devon Conway
  2. Will Young
  3. Kane Williamson (c)
  4. Daryl Mitchell
  5. Tom Latham (wk)
  6. Glenn Phillips
  7. Mitchell Santner
  8. Lockie Ferguson
  9. Tim Southee
  10. Jimmy Neesham
  11. Trent Boult
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