Featuring two of the top cricket teams in the world, ESPN+ will stream the New Zealand Tour of India exclusively for fans in the U.S., with the first of three T20 matches starting on Wednesday, November 17, at 8:30 a.m. ET. The tour will also include two Test matches that are part of the 2021-2023 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Test Championship.
India is the ICC’s No. 2 ranked team in both T20 and Test formats, while New Zealand is coming off a run to the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup final in which they narrowly lost to Australia. New Zealand is also the No. 1 ranked Test team. All matches of the New Zealand Tour of India will be streamed on ESPN+ in both English and Hindi.
With top international cricket like VIVO IPL, ICC World Cup events and BCCI Home Tours, ESPN+ continues to build a comprehensive, world class offering for cricket fans in the U.S. with more than 230 matches per year, including New Zealand Cricket and Cricket West Indies matches, a growing on-demand archive of cricket match highlights and clips, and ESPNCricinfo.com, the world’s leading source for cricket news, analysis and information across a variety of platforms.
ESPNcricinfo is the world’s leading digital destination on cricket, serving fans authentic, unbiased cricket news, views, analysis, statistics and scores for the last 28 years. ESPNcricinfo.com and the ESPNcricinfo App are the No. 1, most popular cricket destinations in the U.S., with three times more unique visitors per month than the nearest competitor. India is the global Headquarters of ESPNcricinfo with operations in U.K., U.S., Australia, New Zealand and various subcontinent countries. With offices in Bangalore and Mumbai, the Indian operations boasts of a world-class team. of journalists, writers, developers, editors, content creators and more.
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