After spending 10 days getting used to Southampton, where they will meet India in the World Cup final (WTC) next month, New Zealand travels to London on Saturday for two tests from England, starting at Lord’s on June 2. , India’s check-in day in Southampton.
New Zealand played a warm-up for the team during their stay in Southampton. While South African-born Devon Conway (55 not out) impressed on the first day as Latham XI scored 289 for six, batsmen Daryl Mitchell (64 not out) and Rachin Ravindra (60 not out) scored on the second day as Williamson XI made 294 for five.
“The New Zealand team is traveling to London today …”, the New Zealand cricket board informed on Twitter.
The Kiwis are waiting for their quarantine, as well as two tests against England, which prove to be a good preparation for the WTC final next month, starting on June 18, and gives them an advantage against India.
“It’s nice to be here (Rose Bowl). The boys can meet. I guess we’ll probably be in the same room when we get back,” Bowling Tim Southy he had said last week.
“When you come back for the final, it’s a little more comfortable to spend some time here and use the facilities and hopefully you can get out and make the most of it later in the team’s game in the middle.” he added.