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    • Thu Sep 22 - Mon Sep 26 09:30 local (04:00 GMT)

      1st Test - India v New Zealand Green Park, Kanpur LIVE
    • Fri Sep 30 - Tue Oct 4 09:30 local (04:00 GMT)
      2nd Test - India v New Zealand Eden Gardens, Kolkata LIVE
    • Sat Oct 8 - Wed Oct 12 09:30 local (04:00 GMT)
      3rd Test - India v New Zealand Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore LIVE
    • Sun Oct 16 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)

      1st ODI - India v New Zealand Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharmasala LIVE D/N
    • Wed Oct 19 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)
      2nd ODI - India v New Zealand Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi LIVE D/N

    • Sun Oct 23 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)
      3rd ODI - India v New Zealand Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh LIVE D/N
    • Wed Oct 26 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)
      4th ODI - India v New Zealand JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi LIVE D/N
    • Sat Oct 29 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)
      5th ODI - India v New Zealand Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam LIVE D/N

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    No day-night Test in India-NZ series

    New Zealand are unlikely to play a day-night Test against India this season with the BCCI announcing that all three Tests in September and October would begin at 9.30 am. Kanpur will host the first Test from September 22, followed by the second at Eden Gardens from September 30 and the third in Indore, a brand new Test venue, from October 8.
    The five ODIs will be played on October 16 in Dharamsala, October 19 in Delhi, October 23 in Mohali, October 26 in Ranchi and October 29 in Visakhapatnam.
    In April, BCCI president Anurag Thakur had announced India would host its first day-night Test during the New Zealand tour. A day later, NZC responded that nothing had been finalised. Last week, the chances of the series featuring a floodlit Test reduced further when Thakur himself conceded India were in "no hurry" to play one.

    New Zealand is the first of four teams - England, Australia and Bangladesh are the others - India are set to host in their 2016-17 home season, which comprises 13 Tests, eight ODIs and three T20Is. Thirteen Tests equals the record for the highest number of home Tests in a season; the only other instance was in 1979-80, also in India.
    New Zealand's previous tour to India was four years ago, when they visited for two Tests and two T20 internationals. They lost the Tests 0-2 and won the T20Is 1-0.
    Initially, the BCCI's press release had said Kolkata would host the third Test in October but the schedule was reworked to accommodate Durga Puja festivities.

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    Neesham returns to New Zealand Test squad

    Allrounder Jimmy Neesham has been named in New Zealand's Test squad for the upcoming tour of India, having not played an international since the Brisbane Test against Australia last November. Fast bowler Matt Henry and batsman Jeet Raval have been dropped from the 16-man squad that toured Africa, with Neesham the only addition to what is now a 15-man group. Neesham was forced out of last summer's Australia tour due to back pain, but he has since then played for Otago during New Zealand's home season and for Derbyshire in England's county competition. New Zealand selector Gavin Larsen said Neesham's all-round ability made him an attractive proposition for the tour of India, while Corey Anderson could not be considered due to a back injury.
    "Jimmy has put in a lot of work to make sure he is physically ready for a return to Test cricket," Larsen said. "Having two pace-bowling allrounders in Jimmy and Doug Bracewell helps the balance of the squad, particularly if playing on pitches which demand a spin-heavy bowling attack.
    "Jeet Raval misses out on this tour, but we were really pleased with what we saw of him in Africa. He did everything asked of him and we'll continue to monitor him closely."
    "Mitch Santner and Ish Sodhi will have benefitted from getting a taste of Indian conditions earlier this year at the ICC World Twenty20 and both showed excellent form at that tournament. It's another big challenge for them early in their young careers, as well as for Mark Craig, who has made some changes in the past six months and has shown growth in his game.

    "India's the No.2 ranked side in the world, and their record at home is formidable. We're yet to win a Test series over there and that's motivating for everyone. We've got three Tests to try create a special piece of history."

    The first Test is in Kanpur beginning on September 22, followed by Tests in Kolkata and Indore.


    Squad Kane Williamson (capt), Trent Boult, Doug Bracewell, Mark Craig, Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Luke Ronchi, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Neil Wagner, BJ Watling.

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    India at full strength for New Zealand Tests

    India have retained 15 of the 17 players who formed the Test squad for the tour of West Indies, for the upcoming three-Test series at home against New Zealand. The players to miss out were allrounder Stuart Binny and seamer Shardul Thakur. Binny and Thakur played only one game in the West Indies - the tour match against the WICB President's XI. Binny was later included in the T20I squad for the matches against West Indies in the USA, while Thakur, who missed out, joined the India A team on their tour of Australia.

    Squad
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    Virat Kohli (capt),
    Ajinkya Rahane, R Ashwin,
    Shikhar Dhawan, Ravindra Jadeja,
    Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Amit Mishra,
    Mohammed Shami, Cheteshwar Pujara,
    KL Rahul, Wriddhiman Saha,
    Ishant Sharma, Rohit Sharma,
    M Vijay, Umesh Yadav

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