Delhi ODI to be pushed back to October 20

The second ODI at the Feroz Shah Kotla is set to be played on October 20 instead of October 19 Getty Images

The second match of India's upcoming ODI series against New Zealand is likely to be pushed back by a day. According to the original schedule released by the BCCI, the day-night match was to be played on October 19 at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. But it is now set to be played on October 20, with the BCCI having approved a request from the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) to not have it clash with the North Indian festival of Karva Chauth.

"It is a big festival in Delhi," a senior BCCI official said. "We realised having a day-night match during the festival might be disruptive."

The selectors, meanwhile, will meet in Delhi on September 12 to choose India's squad for the three-match Test series against New Zealand, which begins on September 22 at Green Park in Kanpur. The first Test is set to be India's 500th Test match.

New Zealand's tour will begin with a three-day warm-up match against Mumbai from September 16 to 18. They will then play three Tests in Kanpur, Kolkata and Indore, and five ODIs in Dharamsala, Delhi, Mohali, Ranchi and Visakhapatnam.