|1st ODI: Australia vs. New Zealand||Optus Stadium, Perth|
|2nd ODI: Australia vs. New Zealand||Blundstone Arena, Hobart|
|3rd ODI: Australia vs. New Zealand||Saturday, 5 February 2022||SCG, Sydney|
|T20: Australia vs. New Zealand||Tuesday, 8 February 2022||Manuka Oval, Canberra|
After the Ashes are concluded, Australia’s men will then host nine ODI and T20 matches against New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
The World Cup finalists New Zealand will play ODIs in Perth, Hobart and Sydney followed by a T20I at Manuka Oval, the Kiwis touring in place of South Africa, who were scheduled for a white-ball tour of Australia next summer under the ICC’s Future Tours Program (FTP).
However, as a result of the scheduling disruptions caused by the global pandemic, the Proteas’ 2021-22 home season has been extended, which has precluded them from coming to Australia.
The five-match T20I series against Sri Lanka will see matches in Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Melbourne from February 11-20.