New Zealand Cricket have announced their Team squad for T20 World Cup. The 7th season of T20 WC is taking place in Australia from 16th October 2022. New Zealand are among the few teams to announce their team squad way ahead of T20 World Cup.
As per the announcement, Kane Williamson will captain New Zealand in T20 WC. He had a balanced team to lead in the tournament, consisting of young and experienced cricketers. You can check New Zealand Team Squad For ICC T20 World Cup here on this page.
|4||James Neesham||All Rounder|
|7||Mitchell Santner||All Rounder|
|8||Devon Conway||All Rounder|
|9||Glenn Phillips||All Rounder|
Finally, the moment have come for all those die-hard New Zealand Cricket fans who were waiting for NZ T20 WC squad to be announced. Well, the New Zealand cricket has raise the curtains and it appears, Kane Williamson will Skipper New Zealand in T20 World Cup. What a News?
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New Zealand have long been preparing for the mega stage of T20 World Cup. They invited Bangladesh at home for a three match T20 series and outclassed the visitors by a 3-0 score. Then, they traveled England for a test series and now they are in Bangladesh as we speak.
New Zealand tour of Bangladesh ahead of T20 World Cup started with a shock when the visiting side were outsmarted by the Bangladeshi cricketers in the 1st T20 match. The Kiwi Cricket Team were bowled out one of the lowest totals in their T20 cricket history.
New Zealand are one of eight top sides that have straightly qualified for the T20 World Cup Super 12 stage. They are placed in the Group 1 of Super 12 stage among England, Australia, Afghanistan and two other qualifying teams from the Round 1 Stage.
New Zealand will meet Australia in their first clash on 22nd October 2022 at Sydney Cricket Stadium, Sydney. Here is the list of all New Zealand Cricket Team matches in T20 World Cup.
|22nd October||13th Match||New Zealand vs Australia||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||07:00 AM GMT / 06:00 PM LOCAL|
|26th October||21st Match||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||Melbourne Cricket Stadium, Melbourne||08:00 AM GMT / 07:00 PM LOCAL|
|29th October||27th Match||New Zealand vs A1||Sydney Cricket Stadium, Syndey||08:00 AM GMT / 07:00 PM LOCAL|
|1st November||33rd Match||New Zealand vs England||The Gabba, Brisbane||08:00 AM GMT / 06:00 PM LOCAL|
|4th November||37th Match||New Zealand vs B2A||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||04:00 AM GMT / 02:30 PM LOCAL|
This could be an alarming situation for New Zealand Cricket, who are eyeing on their first ICC T20 Cricket title in October and November. Perhaps, New Zealand took Bangladesh tour in a light sense and sent their B Team. Their T20 World Cup squad consists of some of the best cricketers in the world.