UAE: Will host New Zealand in August for T20 series

An August start date for a three-match T20I series against New Zealand was recently announced by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Cricket Board. The matches will be played on August 17, 19, and 20, according to a release.

The second Test series match between New Zealand and England ended in an outstanding triumph for them. After both sides won one game apiece, the Black Caps won the second game by a single run to tie the series. A three-match ODI series, two-match Test series, and a three-match T20I series will now be played between New Zealand and Sri Lanka. On March 9, the first Test is set to start at Hagley Oval.New Zealand, where.

The UAE players will learn a lot from the series against New Zealand and get a chance to test themselves against one of the finest teams in the world. After their matches against Afghanistan, this will be the UAE’s second home series against a Full Member this year.

In February 2023, they faced Afghanistan in three T20 games, which they lost 1-2.

Our athletes will have a fantastic opportunity with this series: General Secretary of ECB
Mubashshir Usmani, general secretary of the UAE Cricket Board, spoke up following the announcement of the T20I series against New Zealand to discuss how significant a chance it is for the players.

This season will provide a tremendous opportunity forThis series will be a huge opportunity for our players to not only compete against a great team but to also learn from some of best player in the world Usmani said in a release.

We are excited to host New Zealand for a T20I series, one of the finest teams in cricket right now. The opportunity to play against a great team and learn from some of the best players in the world will be enormous for our players during this series, he continued.

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