England's 2019 Tour of New Zealand Full Schedule Timetable: New Zealand will play England for the first time since the 2019 World Cup final heartbreak with both sides facing each other in a five-match T20I (Twenty20) series followed by a two-match Test series. England’s Tour of New Zealand is scheduled to begin on November 1, 2019 (Friday) with the first Twenty20 game at Christchurch. The seven-match bilateral series (5 T20I and 2 Test matches) will not involve any 50-over One-Day games. This will be the first bilateral series between New Zealand and England following the World Cup thriller. Meanwhile, those searching for the New Zealand vs England 2019 series schedule time table, including all the fixture details with match timings in IST (Indian Time) and venue details, should scroll down for all information. You can also download England's Tour of New Zealand 2019 schedule in PDF format for free.
New Zealand (NZ) vs England (ENG) series is scheduled to run for a period of one month with the series kick-starting on November 1 and running till December 3, 2019. The five-match Twenty20 series will be followed by a two-match Test series. A total of seven matches – that includes 5 T20I and 2 Tests – will be played in the month-long bilateral series. Hosts New Zealand will miss regular captain Kane Williamson, who has been ruled of the five-match T20I series 2019 against England with a hip injury. Tim Southee was named the skipper for the Twenty20 series against England. England Tour Of New Zealand 2019, Schedule.
The first match of the T20I series will be played on November 1 at Christchurch, while the second game will be played at Wellington on November 3, 2019. The third, fourth and fifth games will be played on November 5, 8 and 10 at Nelson, Napier and Auckland respectively. The five-match T20I series will be followed by a two-match Test series, starting November 21.
England Tour of New Zealand T20I Series 2019, Schedule Timetable in IST (Indian Time)
|1||Friday, November 1||1st T20I||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||06:30 am IST|
|2||Sunday, November 3||2nd T20I||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||06:30 am IST|
|3||Tuesday, November 5||3rd T20I||Saxton Oval, Nelson||06:30 am IST|
|4||Friday, November 8||4th T20I||McLean Park, Napier||10:30 am IST|
|5||Sunday, November 10||5th T20I||Eden Park, Auckland||06:30 am IST|
The two-match Test series, which starts on November 21, 2019, will be part of the 2019-2021 ICC World Test Championship. New Zealand held Sri Lanka to 1-1 draw in their only appearance in 2019 WTC, whole England held Australia to 2-2 draw in their only appearance so far in WCT 2019-21 campaign. New Zealand are second in the WTC points table with 60 points from two games, while England ranked fifth with 56 points after five matches. Each victory in the two Test-match series between England and New Zealand will award 60 points each. ICC World Test Championship Point Table.
The first game of the two-match Test series will be played from November 21 to 25 at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, while second and final Test will be played at the Seddon Park in Hamilton from November 29 to December 03, 2019. England are scheduled to play two 2-day practice matches following the conclusion of the five-match T20I series. The visitors will also be taking part in two Twenty20 practise games at Lincoln on October 27 and October 29 before facing New Zealand in the first game on November 1, 2019.
England Tour of New Zealand, Test Series 2019, Schedule Timetable in IST (Indian Time)
|1||November 21-25||1st Test||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||03:30 am IST|
|2||November 29 – December 3||2nd Test||Seddon Park, Hamilton||03:30 am IST|
England beat New Zealand on superior boundary count following a gruelling, exhausting yet thrilling World Cup final on May 15, 2019, to lift their maiden World Cup crown. New Zealand will aim for revenge when England comes visiting though they will have to do it without regular skipper Kane Williamson. Both teams have been in terrific form in the limited-overs format and will want to continue that streak during England’s Tour of New Zealand 2019.