New Zealand will face Pakistan in a five-match T20I series in Lahore and a three-match ODI series in Rawalpindi.
According to a source, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has authorized the forthcoming trip to Pakistan after getting a security clearance.
According to the webpage, the trip has been authorized by the NZC after a routine pre-tour security assessment by its independent security consultant, Reg Dickason.
This has been part of the regular pre-tour process agreed upon by NZC and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association for the previous 12 years, according to the article.
New Zealand will face Pakistan in a five-match Twenty20 International (T20I) game in Lahore, followed by a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series in Rawalpindi.
After the end of their T20I series against Bangladesh, the New Zealand side is set to fly to Pakistan on September 11.
While speaking to Stuff.co.nz from Dhaka, stand-in skipper Tom Latham said that his team’s focus will move to Pakistan following the completion of their series against Bangladesh.
“Someone like Reg has been around for a long time and has been involved with New Zealand Cricket for a long period. We have complete faith in what he does for New Zealand Cricket, as well as the protocols and rules that they put in place. “At this point, our emphasis is on Bangladesh, but after this series is through, our concentration will go to Pakistan,” Latham added.