For all the cricket fans out there especially those who love test cricket, this month of June will see two of the best teams clash in a test series of a total of 3 test matches. New Zealand will tour England this June for the test series. The host country England will enjoy the privilege of home matches that are played on their turf.
After their fantastic whitewash against the Netherlands this summer, New Zealand will tour England for three test matches. After their defeat against the West Indies in a series of three test matches which saw two being tied and the last match up won by the West Indies, England looks to taste a victory and possibly clinch the series against New Zealand.
New Zealand tour of England 2022 TV Channels, Live Streaming Details
New Zealand will go against England in a series of 3 test matches which will begin on the 2nd of June and end on the 14th of June. The first test match will be held at Lords and will be able to watch it live on 2nd June Thursday at 3:30 pm IST. The broadcasting rights in India for this tour are with Sony Pictures Sports Network and will be live telecasted on Sony Ten 1 / HD. Also, you can watch live streaming on SonyLIV mobile app/website. Jio users can watch matches on Jio TV.
New Zealand tour of England, 2022 Full Schedule, And Squads
The official schedule and squads of the both the teams are out for the whole tournament which will be played for a total of 3 test matches ending on 27th of June 2022. So have a look at the full schedule and squads announced for the tour.
|2nd – 6th June||New Zealand vs England||Lords|
|10th – 14th June||New Zealand vs England||Trent Bridge|
|23rd – 27th June||New Zealand vs England||Headingley Carnegie|
|Devon Conway||Alex Lees|
|Hamish Rutherford||Harry Brock|
|Henry Nicholls||Joe Root|
|Kane Williamson (c)||Ollie Pope|
|Will Young||Zak Crawley|
|Colin De Grandhomme||Ben Stokes (c)|
|Daryl Mitchell||Ben Foakes (w)|
|Michael Bracewell (w)||Jonny Bairstow (w)|
|Rachin Ravindra||Craig Overton|
|Cam Fletcher (w)||Jack Leach|
|Tom Blundell (w)||James Anderson|
|Tom Latham (w)||Matty Potts|
|Ajaz Patel||Stuart Broad|