New Zealand ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule 

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After finishing runner-up in the 2019 and 2021 ODI and T20 World Cups, New Zealand will be keen to end its misfortunes in the final of the ICC events. The Kiwis will begin its campaign against England, against whom they lost the final in one of the most heartbreaking manners in 2019. 

New Zealand ODI World Cup 2023 Fixtures

New Zealand is among the most liked teams in the international cricket arena. However, apart from winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2000, the Kiwis haven’t managed to lift an ICC white-ball trophy. They reached the final in 2015 and 2019 but had to settle for the runner-up medals. 

In the World Cup 2019 final rematch, New Zealand will meet England in the World Cup 2023 opener at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. They face Netherlands, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan in the next three games. New Zealand will play two games each at Chidambaram, HPCA, and Chinnaswamy stadiums. On November 9, the Kiwis will play their last league stage game against Sri Lanka in Bengaluru. 

New Zealand ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule

DateOpponentVenueTime (IST)
Oct 5EnglandNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM 
Oct 9NetherlandsRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM 
Oct 13BangladeshMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM 
Oct 18AfghanistanMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM 
Oct 22IndiaHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
Oct 28AustraliaHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
Nov 1South AfricaMCA International Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
Nov 4PakistanM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru10:30 AM
Nov 9Sri LankaM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM

Warm-up Fixtures

New Zealand is set to play two warm-up fixtures before their World Cup 2023 opener against England. The Kiwis will take on Pakistan and South Africa on September 29 and October 2, respectively. 

  • New Zealand vs Pakistan – September 29 at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad (2:00 PM)
  • New Zealand vs South Africa – October 2 at Greenfield Stadium, Trivandrum (2:00 PM)

New Zealand’s Head-to-Head Record in ODI World Cup vs 2023 World Cup Teams

New Zealand will play all nine teams once in the league stage. Let us look at New Zealand’s head-to-head record against the teams they will square off in the ODI World Cup 2023:

  1. vs Afghanistan (Played: 2, Won: 2, Lost: 0)
  2. vs Australia (Played: 11, Won: 3, Lost: 8)
  3. vs Bangladesh  (Played: 5, Won: 5, Lost: 0)
  4. vs England (Played: 10, Won: 5, Lost: 5)
  5. vs India (Played: 8, Won: 5, Lost: 3)
  6. vs Netherlands (Played: 1, Won: 1, Lost: 0)
  7. vs Pakistan (Played: 9, Won: 2, Lost: 7)
  8. vs South Africa (Played: 8, Won: 6, Lost: 2)
  9. vs Sri Lanka (Played: 11, Won: 5, Lost: 6)

Concluding Thoughts

In Kane Williamson’s absence, New Zealand has struggled in the 50-over format this year. However, the two-time ODI World Cup runner-up has always upped its game in the major tournaments. The New Zealand cricket fans will be hoping that Williamson and Co will bring home a first World Cup title. 

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FAQs about New Zealand ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule

New Zealand, including the tournament opener, has nine games in the ODI World Cup 2023 league stage.

New Zealand will play against the host, India, on October 22 at HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala, at 2:00 PM.

New Zealand has won eight of the five matches against India in the ODI World Cup. The 2019 World Cup group stage fixture between the two sides was abandoned due to rain.