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NZ vs SA continues but not much more...

It is a quiet time compared to normal on the international front, but there is still games happening to tick your viewing addiction over. There is just not as many matches as in recent months as we come to a small break around the globe as we hit spring in the northern hemisphere and autumn in the south. Here is what is coming up next then.     

With New Zealand's third and final home Test Match coming up against South Africa with them needing a win. After a draw and a loss so far they need to perform to finish the series all level. After that there is just a few T20 and ODI's between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, plus Pakistan in the West Indies.

MARCH 2017

24 FRI Afghanistan v Ireland at Greater Noida, 5th ODI

25 SAT New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, 3rd Test - day 1
India v Australia at Dharamsala, 4th Test - day 1
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Dambulla, 1st ODI (day/night)

26 SUN New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, 3rd Test - day 2
India v Australia at Dharamsala, 4th Test - day 2
West Indies v Pakistan at Bridgetown, 1st T20I

27 MON New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, 3rd Test - day 3
India v Australia at Dharamsala, 4th Test - day 3

28 TUE New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, 3rd Test - day 4
India v Australia at Dharamsala, 4th Test - day 4
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Dambulla, 2nd ODI (day/night)

29 WED New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, 3rd Test - day 5
India v Australia at Dharamsala, 4th Test - day 5

30 THU West Indies v Pakistan at Port of Spain, 2nd T20I

APRIL 2017

1 SAT Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC), 3rd ODI
West Indies v Pakistan at Port of Spain, 3rd T20I

2 SUN West Indies v Pakistan at Port of Spain, 4th T20I

4 TUE Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS), 1st T20I (night)

6 THU Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS), 2nd T20I (night)

7 FRI West Indies v Pakistan at Providence, 1st ODI

9 SUN West Indies v Pakistan at Providence, 2nd ODI

11 TUE West Indies v Pakistan at Providence, 3rd ODI

Then there is no International Cricket Fixtures around the globe until Friday 21st April when Pakistan head to the West Indies for their three Test Series.

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