These 4 Countries Will Visit New Zealand In The Summer Season

These 4 countries will visit New Zealand in the summer season, Kiwi Cricket Board announced. There is a very small number of corona cases in New Zealand. In such a situation, cricket can start organizing here soon. The New Zealand government has controlled the coronavirus epidemic.

Community spread cases have not been reported in New Zealand for more than 100 days. In such a situation, cricket can be organized here, but the summer season has not come on Kiwi land. In such a situation, the New Zealand Cricket Board has announced that the Kiwi team will host 4 countries in the coming summer season. The New Zealand Cricket Board has started preparations for this.

New Zealand Cricket has confirmed that the West Indies, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Australia will visit here (New Zealand) this summer, with 37 days of international cricket scheduled. The New Zealand Cricket Board will focus on implementing the quarantine bubble with its players as well as with the visiting teams, as used by England and the West Indies for their recent Test series.

New Zealand Cricket Board (NZC) CEO David White has said, “We will announce in a few weeks, as we will work through the details. The agencies have been really supportive. The government has been fantastic and it has really (cricket in New Zealand) Restoration).

It is actually run by the government. These are really their priorities, so we should follow all the managed isolation rules that they have created. ” Let us know that international cricket was closed for more than 100 days, but there was a resumption of international cricket with the England vs West Indies Test series.

After this, Pakistan’s team went on a tour of England. Even the 13th season of the Indian Premier League, the IPL, is starting next month. In such a situation, you will be able to at least enjoy live cricket for the next few months, for which the fans were waiting.

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