Updated: 08 July 2023
ODI World Cup 2023: Team New Zealand Schedule and Squad. India will host the eagerly awaited 13th ODI World Cup from October 5 to November 19th, 2023. Ten teams will participate for the coveted trophy in 12 different venues. A total of 48 games will be contested during the ICC CWC 2023, with 45 of those games taking place in the group stage using a round-robin format.
Despite having a decent squad, Team New Zealand has never won a single World Cup title. Regardless of this, the Black Caps have managed to play in the World Cup finals twice in a row (in 2015 and 2019). When it comes to hosting, New Zealand has jointly co-hosted the World Cup two times with Australia (in 1992 and 2015).
According to the reports by ESPNcricinfo, New Zealand’s captain for the men’s ODI World Cup in 2023 will either be Tim Southee or Tom Latham. At the same time, the injured Kane Williamson might come to take part in the upcoming World Cup and he might mentor his team.
CWC 2023 Schedule of New Zealand
ICC released the official schedule on Tuesday, 27 June. The first match of CWC 2023 will take place in Ahmedabad, and will feature the Kiwis against the reigning champion England. A full schedule of New Zealand.
|New Zealand vs England
|New Zealand vs Netherlands
|New Zealand vs Bangladesh
|New Zealand vs Afghanistan
|New Zealand vs India
|New Zealand vs Australia
|New Zealand vs South Africa
|New Zealand vs Pakistan
|New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
*CWC Qualifiers 2023 (Zimbabwe)
Team New Zealand’s Probable 16 Men Squad for CWC 2023
Gary Stead, the head coach of New Zealand, stated in a report that 11 or 12 players on the roster had likely been decided upon, with negotiations ongoing for the rest seat. However, the New Zealand Cricket Board (NZC) has yet to officially declare the team. Here is the probable 15 Men Squad of New Zealand for the CWC 2023.
Openers – Will Young, Chad Bowes, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell
Middle Order – Tom Latham (C) & (WK), Mark Chapman, Henry Nicholls
All Rounder – Cole McConchie, James Neesham, Henry Shipley
Spinners – Ish Sodhi, Rachin Ravindra
Pacers – Matt Henry, Benjamin Lister, Adam Milne, Blair Tickner
Probable Playing XI of New Zealand – Will Young, Chad Bowes, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (C) & (WK), Mark Chapman, Henry Nicholls, Rachit Ravindra, Ish Sodhi, Adam Milne, Matt Henry/Blair Tickner, Benjamin Lister