Pakistan to take part in T20 tri-series 2022 against New Zealand and Bangladesh

Pakistan to take part in T20 tri-series 2022 against New Zealand and Bangladesh
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T20 tri-series 2022

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that Pakistan will take part in a T20 tri-series 2022 in Christchurch against hosts New Zealand and Bangladesh from October 7-14.

According to the PCB, the series is a part of the team’s arrangements for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup later this year. According to the latest information, Pakistan will tackle Bangladesh on October 7 and New Zealand the next day.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also said that in the second one round of matches, Pakistan will play New Zealand and Bangladesh on October 11 and 13, respectively with the very last scheduled for October 14.

The PCB went on to mention that Pakistan will open its marketing campaign by playing in opposition to India on October 23.

They will then play the 2 qualifiers on October 27 and 30 in Perth, earlier than taking up South Africa on November 3 in Sydney and Bangladesh on November 6 in Adelaide. Captain Babar Azam regarded excited at the chance of the T20 tri-series 2022.

Babar Azam said that I am thrilled that we can be presenting withinside the tri-series in New Zealand because it will help us to reach early and now no longer best adjust for the T20 World Cup in Australia however additionally deliver very last touches to our arrangements.
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Babar Azam said that I am thrilled that we can be presenting withinside the T20 tri-series 2022 in New Zealand because it will help us to reach early and now no longer best adjust for the T20 World Cup in Australia however additionally deliver very last touches to our arrangements.

He also said that I ignored the remaining series in New Zealand because of thumb damage and look ahead to take a chance in cricket in Christchurch towards suitable oppositions.

Pakistan will leave for Christchurch on October 4 after finishing their 7 matches T20I series in opposition to England on October 2.

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