New Zealand are currently playing against the Netherlands and they are scheduled to tour Scotland for a T20I and ODI in July this year. New Zealand beat Scotland in a thrilling match at the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates last year.
New Zealand is set to travel to Scotland in July this year to play two T20s and one ODI. The series is scheduled for July 27, 29 and 31. The tournament takes place at the Grunge Stadium in Edinburgh. Both teams played in last year’s T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, where New Zealand won despite a tough match from their opponents.
Scotland coach Shane Burger was delighted to host the Black Caps.
“We are pleased to welcome Blackcaps to our beaches this summer and want to challenge ourselves against it. International Criminal Court The whole team and New Zealand are great there, “said Scottish men’s coach Shane Burger.
“Having reached both the T20 and recent 50 in the ICC World Cup final, they have proven over the years to be the most consistent team in all aspects of the game.”
We have 12 ODIs in the New Zealand series, so the team is training well and looking forward to the exciting year 2022.
New Zealand is currently playing against the Netherlands. The team will tour England and Ireland before heading to Scotland in July. New Zealand coach Gary Stead said it would be a great opportunity to move to Scotland.
“It simply came to our notice then. We have seen Scotland grow as a cricket nation over the last decade and grow into a force in international cricket, “he said.
“I myself have played at the French Cricket Club and I know how much people are interested in the game and they are no doubt eager for this round. .
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