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India Tour of New Zealand 2014
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India's tour of New Zealand


Fixtures

Sun Jan 19 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 1st ODI - New Zealand v India
McLean Park, Napier
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Wed Jan 22 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 2nd ODI - New Zealand v India
Seddon Park, Hamilton


Sat Jan 25 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 3rd ODI - New Zealand v India
Eden Park, Auckland


Tue Jan 28 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 4th ODI - New Zealand v India
Seddon Park, Hamilton


Fri Jan 31 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 5th ODI - New Zealand v India
Westpac Stadium, Wellington


Sun Feb 2 - Mon Feb 3
21:30 GMT(prev day) | 10:30 local
03:00 IST TBC v Indians
Cobham Oval (New), Whangarei


Thu Feb 6 - Mon Feb 10
22:00 GMT(prev day) | 11:00 local
03:30 IST 1st Test - New Zealand v India
Eden Park, Auckland


Fri Feb 14 - Tue Feb 18
22:00 GMT(prev day) | 11:00 local
03:30 IST 2nd Test - New Zealand v India
Basin Reserve, Wellington
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(24-12-2013, 03:30 PM)Basil Ak Wrote:
India's tour of New Zealand


Fixtures

Sun Jan 19 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 1st ODI - New Zealand v India
McLean Park, Napier
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Wed Jan 22 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 2nd ODI - New Zealand v India
Seddon Park, Hamilton
N/A

Sat Jan 25 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 3rd ODI - New Zealand v India
Eden Park, Auckland
N/A

Tue Jan 28 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 4th ODI - New Zealand v India
Seddon Park, Hamilton
N/A

Fri Jan 31 (50 ovs)
01:00 GMT | 14:00 local
06:30 IST 5th ODI - New Zealand v India
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
N/A

Sun Feb 2 - Mon Feb 3
21:30 GMT(prev day) | 10:30 local
03:00 IST TBC v Indians
Cobham Oval (New), Whangarei
N/A

Thu Feb 6 - Mon Feb 10
22:00 GMT(prev day) | 11:00 local
03:30 IST 1st Test - New Zealand v India
Eden Park, Auckland
N/A

Fri Feb 14 - Tue Feb 18
22:00 GMT(prev day) | 11:00 local
03:30 IST 2nd Test - New Zealand v India
Basin Reserve, Wellington

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Basil Ak (24 Dec 13, 03:38pm)
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(24-12-2013, 03:33 PM)Prashanta Wrote: Copy/Paste Post
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Hesson calls for green pitches for India Tests


Mike Hesson, the New Zealand coach, has called for green pitches when India tours New Zealand in January-February 2014. Hesson said New Zealand don't get "any favours" in terms of pitches when they travel to India, and he would be "disappointed" if the curators do not dish out green seaming tracks for the two Tests in Auckland and Wellington.

"We'll back our seamers over anyone's at the moment," Hesson said, according to Fairfax NZ News, while emphasising New Zealand's pitch preferences following a Test in Hamilton against West Indies where the surface was rather dry and spin-friendly. "We know these conditions as a batting group. Our batsmen bat on conditions that nip around in first-class cricket so they're used to it and it can expose your technique if you're not.

"I think everyone's aware of the type of surface that we'd like. We've been in India before and they've changed the pitch the day before a game because it wasn't quite as dry as they would like. We certainly don't get any favours when we travel, so I'd be disappointed if we provide any at home."

India play New Zealand in two Tests at Eden Park and Basin Reserve between February 6 and 18, following a five-match ODI series in January.

On their last tour of New Zealand, in 2009, India won the three-Test series 1-0, registering victory in Hamilton with offspinner Harbhajan Singh taking a second-innings six-for. However, the previous time they visited New Zealand, in 2002, they were presented with tracks that were hardly distinguishable from the lush outfields in Wellington and Hamilton, and failed to score more than 161 in four innings.

The Eden Park track, a drop-in pitch, generally offers good carry but isn't a green seamer. Hesson said he was hopeful the ground's new curator, Blair Christiansen, could deliver such a track though. "They're a pretty skilful group up there, they know exactly what needs to be done," he said.
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Hey i have a doubt Normally matches in new zealand starts at early morning and end at afternoon Bt here its starts on afternoon why
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Its day night fixture for odi's.
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cant view the official broadcaster inage plz repost it
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(24-12-2013, 05:18 PM)Coolboy Wrote: cant view the official broadcaster inage plz repost it
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(24-12-2013, 04:21 PM)Johan Philip Wrote: Hey i have a doubt Normally matches in new zealand starts at early morning and end at afternoon Bt here its starts on afternoon why

No Match Starts in Newzealand in Early Morning
When Afrernoon in Newzealand in India it's Early Morning
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