The New Zealand cricket team will play three one day internationals against Australia before Christmas, with Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne to host the Chappell-Hadlee series.
The Black Caps currently hold the trophy and will Australia in Sydney on December 4th, game two will be in Canberra two days later and the third match in Melbourne on December 9th.
It will the first of two one day series between the two sides next summer with a second three match series to be played in New Zealand in early next year.
Meanwhile the Black Caps pace bowler Neil Wagner has enjoyed a successful debut for English county side Lancashire.
Wagner has taken match figures of 11-111, to set up a probable final-day victory over Nottinghamshire at Old Trafford.
The England fast bowler and Lancashire teamate James Anderson told BBC Manchester, "Neil Wagner was fantastic again. To take 11-for on his debut is something pretty special. He should be really proud of that. It couldn't have gone any better for him.
"He is a fantastic guy, he loves playing, he wants to do well for the team and has so much energy on the field. He never turns down the opportunity to have a bowl.
"He may lose a few inches in height if he keeps bowling on these wickets, but he has a fantastic attitude and is someone we are lucky to have in our dressing room.
"The pitch is as good as a Test pitch. There hasn't been a huge amount there for the seam bowlers. We knew we had to work hard for our wickets but stuck at it and got the rewards."
Notts director of cricket Mick Newell was also impressed.
"Fair play to Neil Wagner. He's had a terrific game, he's run in hard and bowled bouncers and yorkers and mixed it up and been very effective."