The New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 will start on December 12 and run till December 18 in New Zealand.
New Zealand will host Pakistan Women for a three-match ODI series at home. Currently, the Black Caps are ranked fifth in the ICC Women’s ODI rankings, while Pakistan are placed tenth in the rankings.
As far as the head-to-head battle is concerned, the Kiwis have comfortably dominated the Pakistanis in the 50-over format, winning 13 games out of 14 so far. Pakistan Women have only been able to register a win to date.
After a long-lasting drought, Pakistan became the first Asian team to beat New Zealand in a T20I in New Zealand and then went one better by winning the three-match series 2-1 in the ongoing tour. Bowling all-rounder Fatima Sana deservedly won the Player of the Series title.
Meanwhile, New Zealand will enter the ODI series with a few takeaways from the T20Is considering them a part of the ICC Women’s Championship 2022-25. Sophie Devine will lead the side with a handful of support from Suzie Bates and Amelia Kerr.
As per the New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 schedule, the opening fixture of the series will be played on December 12 at John Davies Oval, Queenstown. The second and third ODIs will be played at Hagley Oval, Christchurch.
Where to watch New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 live in India?
Live streaming of New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 will be available on the Amazon Prime Video app in India.
There will be no live telecast of New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 on any TV channel in India.
New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 schedule and live match start times
All timings are in India Standard Time (IST)
Tuesday, December 12
New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women, 1st ODI - 3:30 AM
Friday, December 15
New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women, 2nd ODI - 6:30 AM
Monday, December 18
New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women, 3rd ODI - 6:30 AM
New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women ODIs 2023 squads
New Zealand Women: Sophie Devine (captain), Kate Anderson, Suzie Bates, Bernadine Bezuidenhout (wicket-keeper), Izzy Gaze (wicket-keeper), Maddy Green (wicket-keeper), Fran Jonas, Amelia Kerr, Jess Kerr, Molly Penfold, Georgia Plimmer, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu
Pakistan Women: Nida Dar (captain), Muneeba Ali (wicket-keeper), Najiha Alvi (wicket-keeper), Sidra Ameen, Waheeda Akhtar, Diana Baig, Umm-e-Hani, Ghulam Fatima, Sadia Iqbal, Bismah Maroof, Natalia Pervaiz, Aliya Riaz, Fatima Sana, Nashra Sandhu, Sadaf Shamas, Omaima Sohail, Shawaal Zulfiqar
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