New Zealand V/S Pakistan: Starting on Sunday (January 3), New Zealand V/S Pakistan is the 2nd Test match. In two-game series, the Black Caps have a 1-0 lead. Jamieson, Wagner, Southee, Boult, Jamieson, Yikes. Yikes! Yikes! It is one of the hecks of a bowling attack in New Zealand. You’ve got the batteries to get up, use bowlers and get a way out. No marvel, they’re No. 1, and it’s a remarkable rise to see after where they were. It is unfortunately not possible to view Jamieson against Babar Azam. The competition in New Zealand is tough. There is considerable competition. Pakistan did well in the first test. In the early guest rooms, too, the bowling only dissolved after a while.
Important Highlights Of New Zealand V/S Pakistan
New Zealand will host Pakistan from Sunday on in the second test match of the two-game series. Currently, the series is 1-0 for hosts. Babar Azam isn’t completely fit for the second game; hence he won’t be chosen. Pakistan will be playing in New Zealand in the second Hagley Oval test in Christchurch to return to blowing loss in the first test. By winning a Boxing Day Test match in the last hours of the previous day, New Zealand retained its unexpected home record in 2020. The visitors performed spiritedly, but it finally didn’t suffice. Without Babar Azam, Pakistan will be for the second test once again. He took part in practice on the eve of the game, although he did not recuperate entirely yet.
Babar fractured his thumb before the beginning of the international matches. The latest news also shows that he is going home.
Babar fractured his thumb before the beginning of the international matches. According to the latest report, he will also be back home without a single game on tour.
The squad has yet to be leaders in its longest configuration, as Babar, the captain of the test squad in November. The team will be led in a trial series by Mohammad Rizwan, the team vice-captain. It will be fascinating to watch whether visitors adjust their starting line-up.
The Black Caps are expected to increase their unsurpassed record in New Zealand this year. Left-arm pacer Neil Wagner was rejected for doe damage from the second test, which means they’re going to be without him. Although he isn’t a substantial part of the beginning XI, Matt Henry has seized his spot.
Pakistan Cricket Team In New Zealand Latest
The Pakistan cricket team tours New Zealand in December 2020 and January 2021 for playing two tests and three international matches of Twenty20. The test series took place from 2019 to 2021 as part of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship. Cricket from New Zealand announced they will travel in August 2020 and collaborate with their government to maintain biosecurity during the COVID-19 epidemic. On 29 September 2020, New Zealand Cricket upheld the complete trip schedule.