Women's Cricket: Indian women set to tour New Zealand before World Cup

Shubham Singh
12 Nov 2021
16:16
Women's Cricket: Indian women set to tour New Zealand before World Cup

In a crucial phase before the Fifty-Over Women’s World Cup, India will visit New Zealand. The two teams will play in five ODIs and a solitary T20Is, the focus on the ODIs being heavy due to the World Cup just after a fortnight after the conclusion of the series. The series will begin on 9 February and end on 24 February. The World Cup will begin on Fourth March in New Zealand itself. 

It hasn't been a straight-forward process and we've needed to work through a number of unexpected changes before finalising the arrangements. Having said that, I'm delighted with the volume and quality of the international cricket to be played over the summer, particularly given the importance of, and the relevance connected to these games. The India series is a crucial part of the WHITE FERNS' World Cup preparations.

David White, Chief Executive, New Zealand Women’s Cricket

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