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After the series against Pakistan, New Zealand will host Australia for two Tests and a Chappell-Hadlee ODI arrangement starting from 3rd February . Australia will have the opportunity to win back the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy next February as a feature of a Test and one-day universal visit over the Tasman. New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Australia declared today that the Aussies will play a three-match ODI arrangement against the Black Caps right on time one year from now in front of two Tests. The ODIs will be played in Auckland (February 3), Wellington (February 6) and Hamilton (February 8), and Tests will be played in Wellington (February 12-16) and Christchurch (February 20-24). The visit will come hot on the heels of the three-match Commonwealth Bank Test arrangement against the Black Caps in November.
New Zealand’s enhanced exhibitions throughout the most recent two years – which have seen them ascend in the Test and ODI rankings and play off against Australia in the World Cup last in March – ought to guarantee a mid year of throbbing trans-Tasman contention. Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket have made a promise to stage six Chappell-Hadlee Trophy ODI arrangement throughout the following four years. Every arrangement will be three matches – a sum of 18 amusements in the time span – with New Zealand to host four arrangement, beginning in mid , and Australia two others. The last time Australia visited New Zealand in 2009-10 they drew the Twenty20 arrangement 1-1, took out the ODI arrangement 3-2, and finished two two comprehensive Test victories.
Feb 3: 1st ODI New Zealand vs Australia , Auckland (Eden Park)
Feb 6: 2nd ODI New Zealand vs Australia, Wellington (Wellington Regional Stadium)
Feb 8: 3rd ODI New Zealand vs Australia, Hamilton (Seddon Park)
Feb 12-16: 1st Test New Zealand vs Australia, Wellington (Basin Reserve)
Feb 20-24: 2nd Test New Zealand vs Australia, Christchurch (Hagley Oval)