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IND vs NZ T20 Kane Williamson Will not play the T20 Series Against India know the Reason

New Zealand team captain Kane Williamson has taken a big decision ahead of the three-match T20 series against India starting on November 17. Kane Williamson has said That he will concentrate on the Test series against India and will not be part of the Kiwi team in the T20 series. Kane Williamson has been playing competitive cricket for a long time. In such a situation, rest is also necessary for them.

Williamson given rest due to busy schedule

Cricket New Zealand has rested its captain Kane Williamson due to excessive cricket busyness. He leads the New Zealand team in all three formats. He has been playing cricket continuously for some time now. Under Williamson’s captaincy, New Zealand had traveled to the final in the T20 World Cup 2021.

Tim Southee was made the captain in the first match

New Zealand Cricket Board has given information. That Tim Southee will be the captain of the team in the first match of the limited-overs series against India in the absence of Kane Williamson. After playing the final match against Australia on November 14, the New Zealand team has reached India and all the players of the Kiwi team have reached Jaipur. Where on November 17, the first T20 International match will be played at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here.

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India-New Zealand T20 and Test Series Schedule

The Indian cricket team will play a series of 3 T20 matches against New Zealand. The first match of the series will play on November 17 at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. The second T20 match of the series will play in Ranchi on 19 November and the third T20 match on 21 November in Kolkata. After this, a series of 2 Test matches will also play between India and New Zealand. The first match will play in Kanpur from November 25 and the second test match will play in Mumbai on December 3.

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