ESPN Star Sports to air Sri Lanka-New Zealand ODI series

MUMBAI: ESPN Star Sports will be telecasting Srilanka's tour of New Zealand, which will commence from 26 December. The two teams will play five one day internationals (ODI) followed by two Test matches in the National Bank series. The first four ODIs will be broadcast on ESPN while the fifth ODI will be on Star Sports.

ESPN Star Sports will telecast over 100 days of live and exclusive cricket featuring seven international cricket series in the period December 2004 to February 2005.

The forthcoming Sri Lanka's - New Zealand ODI series promises a lot of thrill and excitement. Sri Lanka dominated their last one-day series in New Zealand in 2001, winning by a handsome 4-1 margin.

Sri Lanka have been performing consistently under Atapattu, who now has a 71 per cent win ratio, having won 25 of 35 international matches played since he took over after the 2003 World Cup.

The schedule of the ODI series is as follows:

26 December - 1st ODI in Auckland on ESPN from 4:27 am

29 December - 2nd ODI in Napier on ESPN from 4:27 am

2 January - 3rd ODI in Queenstown on ESPN from 4:27 am

4 January - 4th ODI in Christchurch on ESPN from 6:27 am

8 January - 5th ODI in Wellington on Star Sports from 6:27 am

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