The West Indies team have reached Queenstown to play a three-day match and a four-day match against New Zealand in their ongoing tour to the Kiwi nation after being tested negative of COVID-19 infections.
The #MenInMaroon have arrived in the beautiful city of Queenstown, where WI will play two warm-up matches in preparation for the Test series! #WIReady #NZvWI 😍🏏🌴 pic.twitter.com/ARE2a9LQYM
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) November 13, 2020
Moreover, the players who returned after the conclusion of Indian Premier League, held at Dubai, have also passed the initial health screening. However, they have to spend two weeks in isolation and prepare for the T20 International which will be played at Eden Park in Auckland on 29 November.
The next match of Windies and Black Caps will be held between 20-22 November and on 26-29 November at John Davies Oval.
WEST INDIES SET TO TRAVEL TO QUEENSTOWN, NZ; ALL COVID-19 TESTS NEGATIVE
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— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) November 12, 2020