Scotland to host Australia and New Zealand in 2020 home summer

New Zealand and Australia Home Summer 2020 Fixtures

Today, Cricket Scotland has announced the fixtures against New Zealand and Australia for 2020 home summer. Before traveling on to England, Australia will arrive to play T20I. On the other hand, New Zealand will play an ODI and a T20I ahead of their trip to Ireland.

Earlier, the New Zealand team was just supposed to play just a single T20I on 26th June. But after the official announcement from Cricket Scotland, they have made changes to their schedule. The teams will be in Edinburgh for three games at the Grange in June. Both teams will kickstart the tour with a T20I game on June 10, which will be followed by the 50 over game two days later.

On the other hand, Australia will play against Scotland on June 29 at Grange, just ahead of three ODIs and three T20Is against England in June 2020.

Shane Burger, head coach of Scotland Men cricket team said, “The opportunity to play against two of the best teams in the world is an exciting prospect. We have beaten teams of this calibre previously and we will be looking to push them all the way on all occasions.”

He further added, Cricket Scotland has set big goals for the year 2020 and this is part of that vision of playing against the world’s best and challenging players and staff to keep improving both on and off the field.”

Cricket Scotland CEO Gus Mackay said, “The all three limited over games will aid Cricket Scotland to speed up the preparations T20 World Cup later that year.” He further said, “We are eagerly waiting to welcome Australia and New Zealand to Scotland for three Summer Internationals in 2020.”

Scotland New Zealand and Australia Home Summer 2020 Fixtures Are As Follows

The teams Scotland and New Zealand will be at Grange on 10th June 2020 to play the T20I match.

Two later Scotland will again face New Zealand to play a 50 over limited match at the same cricket ground on 12th June 2020.

On 29th June 2020, a T20I match is scheduled to held between Australia and Scotland.

Unfortunately, the information about the time when the game will start is not yet announced.

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Written by Alice Hanson

Alice Hanson lives in London. Alice has worked as a journalist for nearly two decade and has contributed to several large cricket reporting websites. As a founder and journalist for Top Cricket News, Alice covers international tournaments.

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