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New Zealand Vs Pakistan

Pakistan vs New Zealand is the most anticipated international cricket match to be held in the West Indies for nearly two decades. Both teams are evenly matched in many aspects but still have a great deal to prove to each other.

With cricket being so popular in both countries, the match is anticipated to be one of the most sold-out matches in years.

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Pak Vs NZ

Between the two competing nations, both have a long history and have played many matches against each other. Out of the few, limited international matches, Pakistan has beaten New Zealand on many occasions. In fact, they have defeated New Zealand in four out of five matches and their recent win over Australia in the West Indies was the first international victory by a Pakistan team over an Aussies in over fifty years.

However, Pakistan had not tasted any success against New Zealand outside of those two wins over them in the past and that might change in the upcoming world cup.

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New Zealand Vs Pakistan

The pitch and surface at the Basin Reserve in Lahore are certainly rough; especially on the eastern side. However, Pakistan is known to be extremely tough players and have shown this throughout their career. Despite all the negativity surrounding the ground, it’s important to remember that ground can’t be judged on its surface alone.

A ground can only be judged by its cricketing history, which Pakistan has yet to excel at.

New Zealand Squad:

  • Tom Latham (c, wk)
  • Finn Allen
  • Hamish Bennett
  • Tom Blundell (wk)
  • Doug Bracewell
  • Colin de Grandhomme
  • Jacob Duffy
  • Matt Henry
  • Scott Kuggeleijn
  • Cole McConchie
  • Henry Nicholls
  • Ajaz Patel
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Blair Tickner
  • Will Young

Pakistan’s ODI Squad:

  1. Babar Azam,
  2. Fakhar Zaman,
  3. Imam-ul-Haq,
  4. Abdullah Shafique,
  5. Saud Shakeel,
  6. Khushdil Shah,
  7. Rizwan,
  8. Mohammad Haris,
  9. Iftikhar Ahmed,
  10. Shadab Khan,
  11. Mohammad Wasim,
  12. Faheem Ashraf,
  13. Mohammad Nawaz,
  14. Usman Qadir,
  15. Zahid Mahmood,
  16. Shaheen Shah Afridi,
  17. Hasan Ali,
  18. Rauf,
  19. Hasnain Ali,
  20. Shahbawaz Dahani

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