Team India’s biggest enemy pulled a new prank ahead of the World Cup

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Crickets Mahakumbh i.e. ODI World Cup 2023 starts on October 5th in India. For this tournament where Team India takes many steps every day to take their preparations to a new level. Other teams also leave no stone unturned. In this episode, the team that has been considered Team India’s number one enemy in the ICC tournament in recent years has also made a big change. Actually, we are talking about the New Zealand team that defeated Team India in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup. Now ahead of the 2023 World Cup, the New Zealand team made a big bet and added three veterans to their overseas tour coaching staff.

New Zealand’s move ahead of the World Cup

New Zealand Cricket have announced that former England batsman Ian Bell, former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq will enlist the services of these veterans for the upcoming overseas tours. Bell will take up the position of assistant coach in the T20I series against England from August 30. At the same time, Bell will take on the role of batting coach Luke Ronchi in the ODI series against Bangladesh and England ahead of the World Cup.

Stephen Fleming also attended

While New Zealand coaching staff Gary Stead is full-time, assistant coaches Luke Ronchi and Shane Jurgensen will be with the team during the World Cup in October and November. Meanwhile, former England wicket-keeper-batsman James Forster will act as assistant coach for the team during the ODI series against England and the World Cup. On the other hand, Stephen Fleming will play the role of the New Zealand manager in the English ODI series. While former Pakistan veteran Saqlain Mushtaq will be present with the team after the World Cup Test series against Bangladesh.

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New Zealand cricket team’s coaching staff for upcoming tours

  • England T20 Series (30 August – 5 September): Gary Stead, Luke Ronchi, Shane Jurgensen, and Ian Bell
  • England ODI Series (September 8-15): Gary Stead, Shane Jurgensen, Ian Bell, Stephen Fleming/James Forster
  • Bangladesh ODI Series (September 21-26): Luke Ronchi, Shane Jurgenson, Ian Bell
  • ODI World Championship (Oct/Nov): Gary Stead, Shane Jurgensen, Luke Ronchi, James Forster
  • Bangladesh Test Series (November 28 – December 10): Luke Ronchi, Saqlain Mushtaq, (bowling coach to be determined)

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