SA vs NZ Test Series 2024: New Zealand’s veteran player returns to the team for the Test series. From the point of view of the World Test Championship, most of the teams play the Test series.
All the teams are competing to be number one or number 2 in the points table of the World Test Championship. Let us tell you that only the teams ranked number one and number 2 will be able to play the final match for this title.
In such a situation, no team wants to leave any stone unturned in its efforts. Now another veteran player has returned to the team. This is not only good news for the fans, it will also give strength to the team.
There is going to be a 2 match test series between South Africa and New Zealand. The first match of this test series will be played between 4th February and 8th February. At the same time, the second match of the series is going to start from 13th February till 17th February.
The Kiwi team is going to play this series on its home ground. The New Zealand team has announced its squad for the series. Veteran player Kane Williamson has returned to this team. Due to this, the enthusiasm of the fans has reached the seventh sky.
Let us tell you that recently, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson got injured during the 5-match T20 series being played against Pakistan. After this, the player himself had decided to leave the team in view of the Test series against South Africa.
Since then the player was continuously out of action due to injury, but now the player has returned. Fans were waiting to see Williamson play in the Test series against South Africa, now Williamson is really going to make a comeback.
Kane is fully prepared for the series against South Africa. Apart from this, Rachin Ravindra, the player who made a splash in the ICC World Cup 2023, has also been included in the team for the Test series.
In such a situation, it remains to be seen whether the player’s performance in Tests can affect the team. It is noteworthy that Rachin will not be fielded to open in the Test, rather he will have to handle the middle order.