New Zealand Squad, Schedule ODI World Cup 2023
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Updated: 29 October 2023

ICC World Cup 2023: Team New Zealand Players List, Squad, Their ODI Stats And Full Schedule. 13th ODI World Cup is all set to kick-start from Oct 5 with the final will be played on Nov 19 at Ahmedabad. 10 teams will play 45 matches in the round-robin stage. Semi-finals is scheduled to take place at Wankhede and Eden Gardens. All knock-out matches have reserve day. India will face Netherlands in the last league stage match of ODI World Cup 2023 on Nov 12 at Bangalore.

2019 World cup runner-up New Zealand will start its ODI World Cup 2023 campaign against defending champion England. Both teams will face each other in the opening match of the tournament on Oct 5 at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad from 1.30 PM (IST). 15-member Kiwi team is led-by experienced Kane Williamson.

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New Zealand Squad For ICC World Cup 2023 & Their Updated ODI Stats till 29 October

Kane Williamson162663214813/42370/1
Trent Boult10920521*0/02046/10
Mark Chapman142651011/0
Devon Conway281151152*5/3
Lockie Ferguson72116190/0951/2
Matt Henry81245480/01412/10
Tom Latham1403944145*7/23
Daryl Mitchell3513471295/4130/0
Jimmy Neesham75149597*0/7702/2
Glenn Phillips26476720/34
Rachin Ravindra17495123*2/3130/1
Mitch Santner1001313670/31112/0
Ish Sodhi48201350/0550/1
Tim Southee157724550/02143/5
Will Young269211202/6
Source- ESPNCricinfo

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New Zealand Schedule for World Cup 2023

5 OctoberEnglandAhmedabad
9 OctoberNetherlandsHyderabad
13 OctoberBangladeshChennai
18 OctoberAfghanistanChennai
22 OctoberIndiaDharamsala
28 OctoberAustraliaDharamsala
1 NovemberSouth AfricaPune
4 NovemberPakistanBengaluru
9 NovemberSri LankaBengaluru

ICC World Cup 2023 New Zealand Full Squad

Mitch Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Will Young, Kane Williamson (c), Trent Boult, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell