Suspense on this cricket team’s tour of Pakistan after the occupation of Tabiban on Afghanistan


Karachi: The New Zealand cricket team will go on a tour of Pakistan only after getting the green signal from Security Advisor Reg Dickason. In fact, some players of the Kiwi team had raised security concerns on their visit to the neighboring country of Afghanistan due to the occupation of Taliban power.

Limited overs series in PAK

New Zealand has to reach Islamabad on September 11 to play three ODIs and five T20 Internationals in Rawalpindi and Lahore. This series will run till October 3.

Reg Dickson will help

However, New Zealand Cricket officials have now decided to take the services of international security advisor and expert Reg Dickason to know the security situation in Pakistan.

Decision will be taken after reg report

Reg Dickason will visit Pakistan later this week and assess its security and preparedness regarding the coronavirus, after which he will advise whether New Zealand should send its team there or not.

What did the PCB say?

A PCB source said, “Dikason has been regularly touring Pakistan for the ICC and other boards in recent years to provide security and other cricket related information, so we are confident that the security situation in the region will remain the same after the situation in Afghanistan.” No one can be better than him to give a real report of.

NZ’s ‘B Team’ will go to PAK

New Zealand is already expected to send its weak team as seven to eight of its top players will not come on this tour due to their commitments for the second phase of IPL 2021. Captain Kane Williamson is also included in these players.


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