Stage Set For India Vs New Zealand Test Series From February 21

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Stage Set For India Vs New Zealand Test Series
After the T20 and ODI series, in which New Zealand defeated India 3-0, the two teams will now play a two-match test series. The first match of the test series will be played at Wellington’s Basin Reserve from February 21 and the second and final match will be played at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval.

Both teams have played seven test matches at Wellington’s Basin Reserve till now, out of which New Zealand won four matches and India won just one match, while two matches ended in a draw. The two teams have not played any match at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval so far.

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India has a good record of playing against New Zealand in test matches. The two teams have played a total of 57 test matches till now, out of which India won 21 matches and New Zealand won 10 matches, while 26 matches ended in a draw.

The Kiwis’ record of playing test matches against India in New Zealand is slightly better. Both teams have played 23 test matches in New Zealand so far, out of which New Zealand won eight matches and India won five matches, while 10 matches ended in a draw.

India has a good record of playing against New Zealand on home turf. The two teams have played 34 test matches in India till now, out of which India won 16 and New Zealand won just two matches, while 16 matches ended in a draw.

Both teams have played 20 test series so far, out of which India won 11 and New Zealand won five series, while four series ended in a draw.

The two teams have played nine test series in New Zealand, out of which the Kiwis won five and India won two test series, while two series ended in a draw.

Both teams have played 11 test series in India so far, out of which India won nine series and two series ended in a draw.

India is currently ranked first and New Zealand is on fourth place in test rankings. Before the test series, Team India will play a three-day practice match with New Zealand 11 at Hamilton’s Seddon Park from February 14.

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