Having said that, if Bazball gets going in former New Zealand captain and current England head coach Brendon McCullum’s country, it won’t take a lot of time for things to get spiced up between the two teams. In such a situation, expect this series to become yet another Test series featuring the English cricket team to allure eyeballs across the globe in spite of timing challenges. Considering how these two teams have been locking horns in Test cricket for over nine decades now, it is going to be their 40th Test series against each other.
For some strange reason, publicity for what has the potential to be an enthralling Test series between two highly-competitive teams has been pretty easy-going. Although Cyclone Gabrielle tried its best to add suspense to the build-up, photos of New Zealand captain Tim Southee chilling in the English camp and both Southee and England captain Ben Stokes walking barefoot on a beach have highlighted cordial friendliness between competitors.
England, who have dominated the Kiwis at will over the years, have won as many as 24 series as compared to the opposition’s six victories. Set to be the 21st Test series between these two opponents in New Zealand, the visitors have won 10 times in comparison to the hosts’ three wins. New Zealand vs England 1st Test Live Telecast Channel in India and UK England’s tour of New Zealand 2023 will go down as another international series comprising a couple of high-profile teams to not have a television viewing platform for the Indian audiences. Hence, both the Tests won’t be televised in India. Hence, the only option left for Indian fans is to live stream the series on streaming giant Prime Video with a paid subscription.