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18-Jul-2023 16:56:00 GMT
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New Zealand to host SA Australia in new WTC cycle

Auckland: New Zealand will be playing against South Africa and Australia as they announced a fixture for the new ICC World Test Championship cycle, as per ICC.

South Africa and New Zealand played a two-Test series back in 2022, when the Proteas came from behind to level proceedings 1-1.

New Zealand claimed an innings victory in the first Test thanks largely to Matt Henry's display, though the tourists hit back with a 198-run win.

New Zealand v South Africa
First Test - February 4-8, 2024 Bay Oval Tauranga
Second Test - February 13-17, Seddon Park, Hamilton

The hosts welcome the South Africans again on 4 February at the Bay Oval in Tauranga, before the second Test match at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

New Zealand are still yet to win a Test series against South Africa either home and away.

The Black Caps then host Australia in Wellington and Christchurch in WTC play from February 29.

New Zealand v Australia
First Test - February 29 - March 4, 2024 The Basin, Wellington
Second Test - March 8-12, Hagley Oval, Christchurch

New Zealand's men have also locked in ODI and T20I series against Bangladesh in December, Pakistan in a five-match T20I series in January, and Australia in three T20Is, two of which will be played at Eden Park as a build-up to their ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 campaign.

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