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    A Boxing Day test against Pakistan in Mount Maunganui is a highlight of the Black Caps home schedule this summer

    A Boxing Day test against Pakistan in Mount Maunganui is a highlight of the Black Caps home schedule this summer


    \New Zealand will play four tests, two against the West Indies in early December at Seddon Park and the Basin Reserve and two against Pakistan, with the first starting on Boxing Day and the second from the 3rd to 7th of January at Hagley Oval.

    The Windies will play three T20's starting November the 27th at Eden Park while Pakistan will play three T20's prior to Christmas.

    Australia will have a white ball tour from late February with Bangladesh coming for two limited overs series in March.

    Nelson's Saxton Oval is the only regular international venue not to have been allocated a game.

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