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India vs New Zealand 2014 schedule: Match time table and ground details for 5 ODIs, 2 Tests

MS Dhoni leads a young side to New Zealand © AFP
MS Dhoni leads a young side to New Zealand © AFP

 

Jan 16, 2014

 

India have already landed in New Zealand for a two-match Test series and a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series. Mahendra Singh Dhoni leads a young side and this tour would be crucial to their build-up to the ICC World Cup 2015.

 

New Zealand are a good side and have a host of youngsters ready to take on the world by storm. India too have a younger set and this tour is their chance to get back into the winning groove after a disappointing tour to South Africa.

 

India begin their campaign on January 19, 2014 with the first ODI at Napier. The following ODIs would be played at Hamilton, Auckland, Hamilton again and Wellington. The first Test will commence on February 6 at Auckland, with the second starting on February 14 at Wellington.

 

Date

Match

Venue

January 19, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 1st ODI

Napier

January 22, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 2nd ODI

Hamilton

January 25, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 3rd ODI

Auckland

January 28, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 4th ODI

Hamilton

January 31, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 5th ODI

Wellington

February 6-10, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 1st Test

Auckland

February 14-18, 2014

New Zealand vs India, 2nd Test

Wellington

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