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Watch New Zealand vs India T20I cricket series

Posted: 24 January 2020 12:31 pm

New Zealand are dangerous on home soil, but India are no easy task. Now it's New Zealand vs India, starting off with 5 T20I matches set across the country.

The New Zealand vs India T20 series pits 2 of the best cricketing nations in the world against each other. With the men's T20 World Cup scheduled for late 2020 (wow, that's a lot of 20s) these matches are an important part of both country's preparations.

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When is the New Zealand vs India T20 cricket series?

The T20 series is being held from Friday 24 January through to Sunday 2 February. You can see the full playing schedule below.

How to watch the New Zealand vs India T20 cricket series

This five-match series is live and exclusive to Fox Cricket, which is broadcast via Kayo Sports and Foxtel. We have put together a detailed cricket viewing guide for you, which takes in your options for watching all forms of the game in 2020.

For the cricket-mad Indian fans out there – we know there are plenty of you – we've also compiled a specific guide for viewing Team India cricket fixtures.


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On top of this T20 series, Kayo has every Australian Test, BBL and WBBL game. Kayo also boasts every Australian ODI and T20I.

A Basic subscription to Kayo costs $25/month and supports 2 simultaneous streams, while a Premium subscription costs $35/month and lets you stream on 3 screens at once. Either way, new users get a 14-day free trial.

Kayo also has a number of special features for you to enjoy. SplitView lets you watch up to four sports at the same time. There are also options like Kayo Minis, Key Moments and Interactive Stats.

Kayo Sports works via the web or you can download the app to your mobile device. You can also watch it on Telstra TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Samsung TV (2018 or later). Read our Kayo Sports review for more information.

History of New Zealand vs India T20 cricket matches

These teams have had 12 Twenty20 matches scheduled between them, from the first fixture back in 2007 through to 2019. The Black Caps have a surprisingly strong record, winning eight times. India have won three matches and there was one abandoned.

New Zealand vs India T20 cricket series schedule

  • Friday 24 January, Eden Park, Auckland, 7:50pm local time (5:50pm AEDT)
  • Sunday 26 January, Eden Park, Auckland, 7:50pm local time (5:50pm AEDT)
  • Wednesday 29 January, Seddon Park, Hamilton, 8pm local time (6pm AEDT)
  • Friday 31 January, Westpac Stadium, Wellington, 8pm local time (6pm AEDT)
  • Sunday 2 February, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, 8pm local time (6pm AEDT)

Who will win New Zealand vs India T20 cricket series?

India are favoured to prevail in this five-match series. But considering the history between the teams, we think it will be extremely close. We'll opt for a 3-2 series win for the home side.

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