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IND vs NZ: Neither Hotstar nor Sony but match will be seen here, how to watch live streaming

Wellington: After an embarrassing farewell from the World Cup, the Indian team will start afresh against New Zealand from Friday. The next T20 World Cup is still two years away and in such a situation Team India is looking for its new gems. In the next T20 World Cup, the Indian team is fully prepared under the captaincy of the potential captain of the team, Hardik Pandya. The BCCI has rested most of the members of the T20 World Cup 2022 squad for the tour of New Zealand. Just like there have been a lot of changes in the Indian team, similarly you will see many changes in this series as well. For example broadcasters right.

In which channel will be telecast in India?
Neither Star Sports nor Sony Sports have the rights to telecast home matches of the New Zealand cricket team. Doordarshan Sports is the only TV channel in India to telecast the series live. Men in Blue fans will be able to watch this series live on DD Sports just like the tour against West Indies.

Changed the place of live streaming too?

Amazon Prime Video will be live streaming the matches on its platform. For the first time ever, a series related to the Indian men’s cricket team will be streamed live on Amazon Prime Video. Fans will have to subscribe to watch the match live. It will be interesting to see which team comes out on top in this three-match series. Both the countries were ousted from the T20 World Cup 2022 in the semi-finals earlier this month.

India vs New Zealand series schedule (Indian time)

  • 1st T20: November 18, 12 pm, Sky Stadium, Wellington
  • 2nd T20: November 20, 12 pm, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
  • 3rd T20: November 22, 12 pm, McLean Park, Napier
  • 1st ODI: November 25, 7 am, Auckland
  • 2nd ODI: November 27, 7 am, Hamilton
  • 3rd ODI: November 30, 7 am, Christchurch

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