New Zealand cricket announces matches schedule against Pakistan

New Zealand Cricket released the schedule for the Pakistan tour from December this year on Tuesday.

According to details, in a statement, New Zealand Cricket also announced the match schedule with the West Indies team that will begin their tour with a T20I match at Eden Park on November 27.

“We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the New Zealand government for helping us navigate this complex process,” New Zealand Cricket Chief Executive Officer David White said in a statement.

“Organizing these tours is incredibly important to us for two reasons: international cricket generates revenue that funds the entire game of cricket in New Zealand, and it is also crucial that we take care of fans of the game and the sport in general, especially during these hard times “.

The New Zealand Cricket official stated that he will cover the quarantine and flight costs of visiting teams.

New Zealand Tour of Pakistan 2020 Schedule

New Zealand Vs Pakistan T20 Matches 

  • 1st T20I, Eden Park (Auckland) on 18 Dec
  • 2nd T20I, Seddon Park (Hamilton) on 20 Dec
  • 3rd T20I, McLean Park (Napier) on 22 Dec

New Zealand Vs Pakistan Test Matches

  • 1st Test, Bay Oval (Mount Maunganui) 26-30 Dec
  • 2nd Test, Hagley Oval (Christchurch) 03-07 Jan

Earlier The Zimbabwe government also allowed its national team to play a limited series against Pakistan scheduled for October.

The teams will play three one-day internationals between October 30 and November 3, and another three Twenty20 internationals that have been scheduled for November 7 and 10.

The news was announced by ZC on his official Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon.

According to the schedule, the team will arrive in Pakistan on October 20.

The ODI series will be part of the inaugural Super League of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

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