Cover ball to ball from the first test in Kanpur –

Cover ball to ball from the first test in Kanpur –

India hosts New Zealand in a two-game Test series this winter and all the action will be broadcast live on talkSPORT.

The short series kicks off in Kanpur this week and will see the two best teams in the ICC Test Rankings face off.

New Zealand’s Ken Williamson will face India in two Test matches this winter

New Zealand led by Ken Williamson beat India and England in June and is currently the best in the game with a long time lead.

India is behind the New Zealanders and you will want to take advantage of the house advantage in the next few weeks.

India vs New Zealand: How are you listening

The first test between India and New Zealand will start on Thursday 25 November and will run until Monday 29 November.

The opening dance is scheduled for 4:00 AM UK time.

Continuous coverage of Kanpur’s Green Park Stadium will be broadcast live on talkSPORT 2.

John Norman will be your host and will be commented on by Neil Manthorpe, Jarrod Kemper and former England internationals Gareth Bate and Steve Harmison.

There’s also a full preview of this test series on The Cricket Collective on talkSPORT 2 with Manthorp and Harmison, which is now available as a podcast on the next feed through the talkSPORT app, or wherever you get your audio files.

The second test will take place at Wankidi Stadium in Mumbai and will run from Friday 3 December to Tuesday 7 December.

To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2, click here to watch the live broadcast.

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India: Ajinkya Rahane (c), Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Wriddhiman Saha (semana), KS Bharat (portero), Ravindra Jadeja, R. Ashwin, Axar Patel, Jayant Yadav, Umeshant Sharma, Umeshant Sharm Yadav, Maryland. Siraj, Prased Krishna

New Zealand: Ken Williamson (centre), Tom Blundell (Semana), Devon Conway, Kyle Jamison, Tom Latham, Henry Nichols, Agaz Patel, Glenn Phillips, Rashin Ravindra, Mitchell Santner, Will Somerville, Tim Southey, Ross Taylor, Will Young, Neil Wagner .

India and New Zealand: What was said?

Ken Williamson: “The preparation has been really good, and the guys have been able to gain some practice. All the Test players are excited to be back together.

“I am sure that throughout the entire series, the spin component will be a factor and it will not be any different in Kanpur. An attempt will be made to assess the conditions as soon as possible.

“Look, a very challenging schedule after the World Cup, thanks to both teams giving their best and a really big competition.

“I don’t think we are the favourites. The great strength of Indian cricket lies in its depth and we have seen it over the years. India has great knowledge of its own circumstances and we know the challenge is great.

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“I think everyone is looking for different ways to be efficient, whether it’s the new ball for closer or the spinner in terms of their turn.

“The Indian team has new players from their last series, so there are various factors to consider. For us, it is about preparing well and being as efficient as possible as a bowling unit.”

International cricket returns to talkSPORT 2 this week as the Test world champions New Zealand face India in a series of two Tests starting at 4am tomorrow. Join the team of award-winning commentators from Neil Manthorpe, Jarrod Kemper, and former England internationals Gareth Bate and Steve Harmison as we bring you seamless reel coverage. Download the free talkSPORT app and swipe left to listen, or ask the smart speaker to turn on “talkSPORT 2”.

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