T20 and ODI series to be held between Pakistan and New Zealand
The first T20 will be played between the two teams on April 14.
New Delhi. A series of 5 T20 and 5 ODIs will be played between Pakistan and New Zealand from 14 April. The Kiwi team has taken a big decision before the series to catch Pakistan’s weaknesses and defeat them. According to media reports, New Zealand has decided to add former Pakistan head coach Saqlain Mushtaq to the team as a consultant for this series.
New Zealand toured Pakistan last December-January. At that time 2 Test matches and 3 ODIs were played between the two teams. The Test series was a draw, while the Kiwis won 2–1 in the ODIs. Then the head coach of Pakistan was Saqlain Mushtaq. Now when New Zealand is about to reach Pakistan to complete its unfinished tour, the picture has completely changed. Saqlain Mushtaq will make a strategy to defeat Pakistan this time with the Kiwis.
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According to media reports, Saqlain Mushtaq has accepted the New Zealand Cricket Board’s offer. Saqlain, who has worked with the Pakistan team for a long time, can create problems for Babar Azam in the upcoming series. He is well aware of the merits and demerits of Pakistan.
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Saqlain Mushtaq was made the head coach of the Pakistan team in 2021. After the departure of Rameez Raja and Najam Sethi becoming the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Saqlain Mushtaq’s leave was believed to be fixed. As soon as Saqlain Mushtaq’s contract was completed in February last, the PCB removed him from the post of head coach. Along with him, batting coach Mohammad Yusuf and bowling coach Shaan Tent were also discharged.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : March 30, 2023