West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020 schedule

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020 schedule

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020 schedule is out and West Indies becomes the first team to tour New Zealand since COVID-19 outburst in February. Pakistan tour of New Zealand 2020 will be black caps 2nd assignment of the 2020 summer.

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020 schedule comprise of 3 T20I’s and 2 Test matches.

WI vs NZ T20I Schedule 2020

New Zealand vs West Indies T20I 2020 series will kick start at Auckland when both teams face each other in 1st T20 International match on November 27, 2020. Followed by 2nd & 3rd T20 International to be played on 29th & 30th November respectively at Mount Maunganui.

Date, Day Team vs Team Venue Match Time
Nov 27, Fri New Zealand vs West Indies, 1st T20I Eden Park, Auckland 11:00 AM
Nov 29, Sun New Zealand vs West Indies, 2nd T20I Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui 6:00 AM
Nov 30, Mon New Zealand vs West Indies, 3rd T20I Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui 11:00 AM

NZ vs WI T20I Record

Both teams faced each other in T20I matches globally 13 times, New Zealand have the upper hand by winning 7 of those where as West Indies went on to win 5 of those encounter vs New Zealand. 1 match ended in no result.

NZ vs WI Test Series Schedule 2020

New Zealand vs West Indies test series will start from Dec 03, 2020 at Hamilton followed by 2nd test match at Wellington.

Date, Day Team vs Team Venue Match Time
Dec 03, Thu – Dec 07, Mon New Zealand vs West Indies, 1st Test Seddon Park, Hamilton 3:00 AM
Dec 11, Fri – Dec 15, Tue New Zealand vs West Indies, 2nd Test Basin Reserve, Wellington 3:00 AM

West Indies vs New Zealand Test Match Record

NZ vs WI test rivalry is almost 78 years old when both teams took on each other first time in 1952. Since then New Zealand vs West Indies test matches staged 47 times. New Zealand won 15 times whereas West Indies secure victories in 13 matches out of 47. 19 matches between WI vs NZ yielded no result.

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