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New Zealand’s tour of England confirmed

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England and New Zealand cricket have announced a two Test series between the side, where the Kiwis will travel England.

Two Test matches have been announced only with both teams will be gearing up for their final ICC World Test Championship series.

The first Test match against New Zealand will be at Lord’s, London starting June 2 followed by the second Test starting at Edgbaston, Birmingham starting June 10.

The New Zealand series also adds another series in England’s home summer schedule. England will now play four different series, with New Zealand first up followed by Sri Lanka and Pakistan for white-ball series before India will play for five Test matches.

Sri Lanka will tour England shortly after New Zealand’s Test series, where they will play three ODIs and three T20Is. The first two T20Is will be played at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff before the third playing at Rose Bowl, Southampton. The ODI series will then be played at three different venues; Riverside Ground, The Oval and Bristol County Ground, Bristol.

After Sri Lanka’s departure, Pakistan will tour the country on July for three ODIs and three T20Is as well. Sophia Gardens, Lord’s and Edgbaston will host the One Day series while Trent Bridge, Headingley and Old Trafford,¬†Manchester will host the T20 International series.

After the end of Pakistan series, India will tour England for five match Test series starting in first week of August. The first Test will be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The second match will be played at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s. Third match will be hosted by Headingley, Leeds. Fourth Test match will be held in The Oval, London. And the final Test match will be played in Old Trafford, Manchester.

A lot of cricket is up ahead this English summer. Which series are you waiting for?

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