New Zealand captain Kane Williamson does not find it convenient to stay out of the Test series in England to fulfill his Indian Premier League (IPL) commitments and will look into the circumstances before reaching any conclusion. The IPL is likely to start in the second week of April and its knockout matches can be stretched till the first week of June. In such a situation, the dates of New Zealand’s first Test match in England may collide. The first Test will start from June 2 at Lord’s.
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« It’s certainly not a convenient situation, » Williamson told ESPN Cricinfo. I know that this was not on anyone’s mind when this plan was made, ”he said. He said that it is for us to reconcile the circumstances as soon as possible. We still have to wait and see what is happening about the program before reaching any decision, but it would be ideal to be available for all types of cricket.
The two-Test series against England was announced last month and is not part of the World Test Championship. The series, however, will be played before the final of the World Test Championship starting on 18 June. New Zealand has already made it to the finals while India, England and Australia are in a tough competition for second place. Right now there is such a situation that any of the three teams can make it to the finals.
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