New Zealand announce squad for T20I series against England
New Zealand Cricket have announced their squad for the upcoming T20I series against England without Kane Williamson, who suffers from a right hip injury
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson suffers from a right hip injury. (Photo Reuters)
- New Zealand captain Kane Williamson to miss Twenty20 series at home next month against England
- Quick pitcher Tim Southee to lead Black Caps in all five games against England
- New Zealand host England in a series of two tests from Tauranga on November 20
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson will miss the Twenty20 series at home next month against England with a hip injury, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) reported on Friday.
Quick pitcher Tim Southee will lead the Black Caps in all five games against England from Christchurch on November 1.
We’ve been watching the injury for some time now and it’s the same issue that ruled him out of the final test against Bangladesh in March, “New Zealand coach Gary Stead said on the NZC website: C ‘It’s disappointing timing for Kane at the start of an exciting Kiwi summer, but we think it’s the right move with a busy season ahead. “
Quick pitcher Blair Tickner has been named to the New Zealand squad after making his debut against India this year.
New Zealand host England in a two-test series starting in Tauranga on November 20.
T20 Team: Tim Southee (captain), Trent Boult (games four and five), Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson (games one, two and three), Martin Guptill, Scott Kuggeleijn, Daryl Mitchell, Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner , Tim Seifert (ticket office), Ish Sodhi, Ross Taylor, Blair Tickner
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