New Zealand “A” series against Pakistan “A” to be Live streamed on YouTube

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    All the action from New Zealand “A” tour of UAE against Pakistan “A” is set to be live streamed by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on their YouTube channel.

    The tour, consisting of 3 unofficial T20’s, 3 unofficial ODI and 2 unofficial Test matches will take place at ICC Academy oval ground in Dubai and Sheikh Zayed International stadium in Abu Dhabi.

    The tour has already started with Pakistan “A” winning the first unofficial T20 against New Zealand “A” comfortably at ICC Academy oval ground on 12th Oct 2018. The series is serving as a preparatory tour for some of the BlackCaps regular XI members, prior to their official tour of UAE for the Pakistan series.

    New Zealand “A” tour of UAE schedule:

    # Date Team’s Format Ground Countries
    1 12-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial T20I ICC Cricket Academy Ground, Dubai UAE
    2 15-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial T20I ICC Cricket Academy Ground, Dubai UAE
    3 17-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial T20I ICC Cricket Academy Ground, Dubai UAE
    4 21-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial ODI Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery One, Abu Dhabi UAE
    5 24-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial ODI Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery One, Abu Dhabi UAE
    6 26-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial ODI Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery One, Abu Dhabi UAE
    7 30-10-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial Test ICC Cricket Academy Ground, Dubai UAE
    8 06-11-2018 Pakistan A vs New Zealand A unofficial Test Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery One, Abu Dhabi UAE

     

    All matches will be live streamed on PCB’s official YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/PakistanCricketOfficial

    New Zealand “A” Squad:

    Corey Anderson, Todd Astle (T20s, One-Day, and first FC match), Tom Blundell, Tom Bruce, Mark Chapman (T20 only), Lockie Ferguson (T20 only), Kyle Jamieson, Scott Kuggeleijn, Ajaz Patel, Glenn Phillips (T20 and One-Day), Jeet Raval (FC matches), Rachin Ravindra, Tim Seifert (T20 and second FC match), Blair Tickner, Logan van Beek (One-Day and FC matches), George Worker, Will Young, Neil Wagner (Second FC match) & BJ Watling (One-Day and first FC match)

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