Full coverage of England tour of New Zealand 2023 with live scores, latest news, videos, schedule, fixtures, results and ball by ball commentary. The England vs New Zealand series consists of four T20s and four ODI matches.
England vs New Zealand Schedule Upcoming Matches [Aug – Sep]
|Aug 30, Wed||England vs New Zealand, 1st T20||1pm EST | 5pm GMT | 6pm Local|
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
|Sep 01, Fri||England vs New Zealand, 2nd T20||1pm EST | 5pm GMT | 6pm Local|
Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
|Sep 03, Sun||England vs New Zealand, 3rd T20||9:30am EST | 1:30pm GMT | 2:30pm Local|
|Sep 05, Tue||England vs New Zealand, 4th T20||1pm EST | 5pm GMT | 6pm Local|
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
|Sep 08, Fri||England vs New Zealand, 1st ODI||7:30am EST | 11:30am GMT | 12:30pm Local|
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
|Sep 10, Sun||England vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI||6am EST | 10am GMT | 11am Local|
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
|Sep 13, Wed||England vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI||7:30am EST | 11:30am GMT | 12:30pm Local|
Kennington Oval, London
|Sep 15, Fri||England vs New Zealand, 4th ODI||7:30am EST | 11:30am GMT | 12:30pm Local|
New Zealand tour of England, 2023
The England vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 has been confirmed where England is set to tour New Zealand in 2023 for bilateral Test series during the month of February. The England vs New Zealand Schedule 2023 has been officially confirmed as per ICC Future Tours Programme (FTP) and consists of two Tests and a warm-up match. The ODI and T20 series will be played later this year. Below is the full England vs New Zealand 2023 schedule with complete fixtures and time table of all matches, dates, venues and timing of matches in GMT, local and EST (Eastern Standard Time).
Four T20s and four ODIs during the Tour
Cricket fans are eagerly anticipating the England tour of New Zealand in 2023, which promises to be a thrilling series. The upcoming matches between England and New Zealand will be a feast for cricket lovers, offering a total of four T20s and four ODIs. The series guarantees a comprehensive display of cricketing excellence, featuring intense competition and exciting matches.
The action begins on Wednesday, August 30, with the first T20 match between England and New Zealand. Fans can expect a thrilling encounter as the two teams face off at the Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street. The match is scheduled to start at 1 pm EST, 5 pm GMT, and 6 pm local time, setting the stage for an exciting series opener.
On Friday, September 1, the excitement continues with the second T20 match at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester. Cricket enthusiasts can mark their calendars for a clash between England and New Zealand, set to begin at 1 pm EST, 5 pm GMT, and 6 pm local time. The battle between these talented teams promises to provide captivating moments and fierce competition.
The third T20 match is scheduled for Sunday, September 3, at Edgbaston in Birmingham. With a start time of 9:30 am EST, 1:30 pm GMT, and 2:30 pm local time, this match is expected to offer an enthralling display of cricketing skills and strategies. Fans can look forward to a high-intensity encounter between England and New Zealand.
The fourth and final T20 match of the series will be held on Tuesday, September 5, at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Scheduled to commence at 1 pm EST, 5 pm GMT, and 6 pm local time, this match will be the last opportunity for both teams to make their mark in the T20 format before moving on to the ODI matches.
Following the T20 series, the England vs New Zealand rivalry transitions to the ODI format. The first ODI match will take place on Friday, September 8, at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. Cricket enthusiasts can witness the battle between the two teams starting at 7:30 am EST, 11:30 am GMT, and 12:30 pm local time.
The series continues on Sunday, September 10, with the second ODI at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. This match is set to begin at 6 am EST, 10 am GMT, and 11 am local time, offering fans an early-morning cricketing spectacle.
On Wednesday, September 13, the third ODI will be held at Kennington Oval in London. With a start time of 7:30 am EST, 11:30 am GMT, and 12:30 pm local time, this match will add to the excitement of the England vs New Zealand series.
The series concludes with the fourth and final ODI on Friday, September 15, at Lord’s in London. This match, scheduled to commence at 7:30 am EST, 11:30 am GMT, and 12:30 pm local time, will mark the end of the series, leaving cricket fans with a memorable finale.
England vs New Zealand Schedule Past Matches [Feb 2023]
England vs New Zealand Test Squads
|#||England Squad||New Zealand Squad|
|1||Ben Stokes (c)||Tim Southee (c)|
|2||Ollie Pope (vc)||Tom Latham (vc)|
|3||James Anderson||Tom Blundell (wk)|
|4||Stuart Broad||Michael Bracewell|
|5||Harry Brook||Devon Conway|
|6||Zak Crawley||Jacob Duffy|
|7||Ben Duckett||Matt Henry|
|8||Ben Foakes (wk)||Kyle Jamieson|
|9||Will Jacks||Scott Kuggeleijn|
|10||Dan Lawrence||Daryl Mitchell|
|11||Jack Leach||Henry Nicholls|
|12||Matthew Potts||Ish Sodhi|
|13||Ollie Robinson||Blair Tickner|
|14||Joe Root||Neil Wagner|
|15||Olly Stone||Kane Williamson|
England vs New Zealand Schedule FAQs
When is England set to tour New Zealand for a bilateral Test series?
England is set to tour New Zealand in February 2023 for a bilateral Test series.
How many Test matches will be played during the England vs New Zealand tour in 2023?
Two Test matches will be played during the England vs New Zealand tour in 2023.
Will the Test matches be part of the 2021-2023 ICC World Test Championship?
No, the Test matches will not be part of the 2021-2023 ICC World Test Championship.
When was the confirmation of the England vs New Zealand 2023 schedule made?
The confirmation of the England vs New Zealand 2023 schedule was made as per ICC Future Tours Programme (FTP) and announced by New Zealand Cricket (NZC) in June 2022.
Are there any warm-up matches scheduled for the England vs New Zealand tour in 2023?
Yes, there is one warm-up match scheduled for the England vs New Zealand tour in 2023.