Blundell, Tickner and Bracewell excited for first Pakistan tour

LAHORE – Eleven September is the date when New Zealand males’s nationwide cricket staff will land in Pakistan after 18 years and Blair Tickner, Dough Bracewell and Tom Blundell have made no secret of their pleasure to be touring the nation for the primary time. 

The historic tour of New Zealand to Pakistan will roll into motion with the three One-Day Internationals on the Pindi Cricket Stadium, after which the 2 groups will play 5 Twenty20 Internationals at Pakistan’s house of Cricket, Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium.  New Zealand’s Blair Tickner mentioned: “We’re very excited to get to Pakistan and play on their wickets. It’s a bit disappointing that we are going to be not have the ability to see the gorgeous nation as we’re caught in a bubble. However, we’re wanting ahead to play cricket there.”

Tom Blundell: “It is extremely thrilling for us to tour Pakistan, as none of us has ever been there. I’ve heard it’s a lovely nation. They’re an excellent white-ball staff and I believe this tour shall be difficult for us, however it’s an thrilling alternative for all of us to go there. 

“It’s actually pleasing to see Pakistan play in entrance of their followers once more and this expertise goes to be very thrilling for each side.

 We’ve been taking part in in empty stadiums, however it will likely be very thrilling to play in entrance of Pakistan followers. Doug Bracewell mentioned: “Lads are excited for the tour. The outcomes had been disappointing for us right here in Bangladesh however we are actually wanting ahead to play in Pakistan.”

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