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New Zealand To Begin Five-Week India Tour With Three-Match Series At Kanpur

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 29 / 16

The Board of Control for Cricket in India said that New Zealand "will begin their five-week tour of India with the opening test of the three-match series at Kanpur from Sept. 22," according to Ganguly & Jennings of REUTERS. Test cricket "will return to Kanpur's Green Park Stadium after a ga...

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