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General News South Africa announce itinerary for NZ and England tour
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South Africa will tour New Zealand for three Tests, five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and one Twenty20 International (T20I) early next year. The tour begins with a T20I at Eden Park, Auckland on Feb 17, 2017 and will then see five ODIs being played at Hamilton, Christchurch, Wellington, Napier and Auckland respectively.

The Test series will kick off on March 8, with the University Oval, Dunedin hosting the inaugural game. The series will then move to Wellington before being wrapped up in Hamilton.

Later in the year, South Africa will pay a visit to England, where they are scheduled to play three ODIs against the hosts in May. The ODIs will be played at Headlingly (24 May), Ageas Bowl (27 May) and Lord's (29 May). This will be followed by the ICC Champions Trophy tournament, also to be played in Britain, in the first half of June.

After the Champions trophy, South Africa will then play three T20 International matches against England in the second half of June followed by the four-match Test series in July and August.


New Zealand vs South Africa

February 17, Friday: Only T20I at Auckland

February 19, Sunday: 1st ODI at Hamilton

February 22, Wednesday: 2nd ODI at Christchurch

February 25, Saturday: 3rd ODI at Wellington

March 1, Wednesday: 4th ODI at Napier

March 4, Saturday: 5th ODI at Auckland

March 8, Wednesday to March 12, Sunday: 1st Test at Dunedin

March 16, Thursday to March 20, Monday: 2nd Test at Wellington

March 25, Saturday to March 29, Wednesday: 3rd Test at Hamilton


England vs South Africa

May 24, Wednesday: 1st ODI at Headingley

May 27, Saturday: 2nd ODI at The Ageas Bowl

May 29, Monday: 3rd ODI at Lord's

June 21, Wednesday: 1st T20I at The Ageas Bowl

June 23, Friday: 2nd T20I at Taunton

June 25, Sunday: 3rd T20I at Cardiff

July 6, Thursday to July 10, Monday: 1st Test at Lord's

July 14, Friday to July 18, Tuesday: 2nd Test at Trent Bridge

July 27, Thursday to July 31, Monday: 3rd Test at The Oval

August 4, Friday to August 8, Tuesday: 4th Test at Old Trafford

http://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/80962...gland-tour
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