The New Zealand team will go to India in September.

New Zealand has selected a potent “A” group for their September trip to India.

Seven cricketers with international experience will be part of New Zealand’s strong “A” team for their upcoming trip to India, which will include the September red and white ball series.
For the first time since their trip to the United Arab Emirates in 2018, during which they took on Pakistan ‘A,’ New Zealand ‘A’ will be visiting another country. Three four-day matches and three one-day matches will be part of the India tour to Bangalore and Chennai. The last time India visited New Zealand was in 2017.

The tour’s co-captains were Tom Bruce (Central Districts) and O’Donnell (Auckland). On August 26, New Zealand ‘A’ will go to India.

The return of A fixtures to the touring itinerary is wonderful. Additionally, watching the team perform in other settings is even more fascinating. Gavin Larsen, a New Zealand selector, said.

So using a combination of red and white ball matches. Against what we anticipate to be a very good home club, it’s a great chance to watch the players in various situations.

“The circumstances present a fantastic opportunity for the spin bowling group in particular.”

He made the comment in light of impending travels and ICC events in the subcontinent.

He went on to say that travelling India is the best experience for any cricketer. “I can tell that the players and staff are ready to get started.”

sportsmen including Mark Chapman, Jacob Duffy, and Dane Cleaver. Those that played successfully for the BLACKCAPS in the most recent series in Europe are included in the group.

New Zealand A Squad: Tom Bruce (c) (Central Districts), Robbie O’Donnell (c) (Auckland), Chad Bowes (Canterbury), Joe Carter (Northern Districts), Mark Chapman (Auckland), Dane Cleaver (wk) (Central Districts), Jacob Duffy (Otago), Matt Fisher (Northern Districts), Cameron Fletcher (wk) (Canterbury), Ben Lister (Auckland), Rachin Ravindra (Wellington), Michael Rippon (Otago), Sean Solia (Auckland), Logan van Beek (Wellington), Joe Walker (Northern Districts).

Schedule of New Zealand A vs India A: 1st four-day match – Sept 1-4 (Bangalore) 2nd four-day match – Sept 8-11 (Bangalore) 3rd four-day match – Sept 15-18 (Bangalore) 1st one-day match – Sept 22 (Chennai) 2nd one-day match – Sept 25 (Chennai) 3rd one-day match – Sept 27 (Chennai).

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