New Zealand to play series with Scotland in July!
CRICDOT DESK : The New Zealand team will tour Scotland in July 2022 with two T20Is and one ODI. All three games will take place in Grange, Edinburgh on July 27th, 29th and 31st, after Kiwi completes his tour of Ireland on July 22nd. The two teams will face off in the first bilateral series since 2020, canceled due to COVID concerns.
Kiwi finally faced Scotland in the 2021 T20 World Cup Super 12 games. Scotland won 16 runs and played in the finals of the tournament, but lost to Australia. Great Opportunity: New Zealand Head Coach Gary Stead New Zealand Head Coach Gary Stead was pleased with the tour of Scotland and praised the team for its significant improvements in recent years. “BLACKCAPS will be a great opportunity to visit Scotland. Over the last decade, Scotland has grown into a cricket country and has become an international cricket force.
” Play for yourself at the Bretin Cricket Club I know there are people who are passionate about this game because I’ve done it. There is no doubt that they will be excited about this tour. Playing against related teams as a great country will help the team grow. It’s a very important part of doing so, and its growth can only benefit world football in the long run, “said Cricbuzz.
Scottish head coach Shane Burger is also pleased to welcome one of the best teams and looks forward to taking on the Black Caps. “We look forward to welcoming BLACKCAPS to our beach this summer.
We would like to continue to challenge the full members of the ICC and New Zealand is one of the best members.
” Having reached the last two T20 and 50 over ICC World Cup finals, they have proved to be the most consistent team in all formats of the game in the last few years. 12 international ODIs before the New Zealand series. The team is well trained and looking forward to the busy 2022 because of the need to play, ”says Shane.
New Zealand is very busy after the IPL as it will face England in a series of three friendly matches in June. The three-game T20I and ODI series against Ireland will be held in July.