Women India vs New Zealand: The schedule of ODI series gets changed, know when the first match will be played

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Women India vs New Zealand ODI series is going to start but in this, there is a little bit of change so know what is that change.

A T20 match and 5 ODI series will be played between India and New Zealand women’s teams this month before the ICC World Cup 2023.

On Friday, before the series starts, the New Zealand Board has changed the schedule of the first 3 matches of the ODI series.

Women India vs New Zealand change in Schedule

The board has extended the date of the first 3 matches by a day or two. Where as both the last matches will be played according to the schedule.

Only last month, the BCCI announced the Indian women’s team for the World Cup and the ODI series against New Zealand.

Mithali Raj will lead the team. While Harmanpreet Kaur will be the vice-captain.

A squad of Team India for Women India vs New Zealand series

Mithali Raj, Rajeshwari Gaikwad, Poonam Yadav, Yastika Bhatia, Deepti Sharma, Harmanpreet Kaur,

Smriti Mandhana, Shefali Verma, Richa Ghosh, Pooja Vastrakar, Meghna Singh, Sneh Rana,

Jhulan Goswami, Renuka Singh, Tanya Bhatia.

Women India vs New Zealand series

No change has been made in the date of the T20 match, but some changes have been made in the series of 5 ODIs.

The New Zealand Cricket Board issued an official statement saying that the first three matches of the ODI series were to be played on February 11, 14, and 16.

The fourth and fifth matches of the series are to be played this month on February 22 and 24, but now the first three matches will be played on February 12, 15, and 18.

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