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Pakistan humiliated as Blackcaps send F side for PAK vs NZ T20I series

Pakistan humiliated as Blackcaps send F side for PAK vs NZ T20I series

Many New Zealand players are currently in India for the IPL 2024 season, but some have decided to pull out despite being available to play for the Blackcaps.

Kane Williamson, Rachin Ravindra, Tim Southee, Daryl Mitchell, and Mitchell Santner are just some of the star New Zealand players who are going to miss the New Zealand tour of Pakistan. The 5-match T20I series will mark the return of Babar Azam as Pakistan cricket team’s captain, and luckily for him, he doesn’t have a tough challenge ahead of him.

Blackcaps disrespect PCB?

As many as 15 top Blackcaps players will be missing the PAK vs NZ T20I series. Many, like Williamson, Ravindra, and Santner, are part of the IPL 2024, but some, including Southee, Tom Latham, and Will Young, are not even part of their contingent in India and have still decided not to travel to Pakistan.

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The already-depleted New Zealand took another hit when Finn Allen and Adam Milne were also ruled out of the series. The fact that a New Zealand ‘F’ side is touring Pakistan is angering their fans. Many players who aren’t even known in international cricket will be going as well. Meanwhile, Test specialist Tom Blundell will also get a chance to play the shorter format after three years.

New Zealand squad for PAK vs NZ

Michael Bracewell (c), Mark Chapman, Josh Clarkson, Jacob Duffy, Dean Foxcroft, Ben Lister, Cole McConchie. Jimmy Neesham, Will O’Rourke, Tim Robinson, Ben Sears, Tim Seifert, Ish Sodhi, Tom Blundell, Zak Foulkes.

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