Last month, the two administrations worked out the details in Dubai and successfully scheduled the two tours. The Kiwis will first travel in December 2022-January 2023 for a two-match Test series, followed by three One-Day Internationals.
The two Tests will be part of the World Cup cycle, while the one-day internationals will be part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. A few months later, the Black Caps will return to Pakistan for five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and five Twenty-Twenty-Innings (T20Is).
It’s good to be going back – New Zealand cricket
The second tour was organized as restitution for earlier this year’s tour that was canceled. The first is a portion of the Future Tours Programme (FTP). The current FTP cycle will come to an end in May 2023. According to NZC CEO David White, the two organizations met and had fruitful discussions. He also stated that it feels good to be returning after canceling their previous tour at the last minute.
“While in Dubai, our respective chairmen, Ramiz Raja and Martin Snedden, had a very productive and meaningful talk, strengthening the bonding organizations.” “It feels good to be back,” White said.
“I am pleased with the results of our discussions and negotiations and grateful to Martin Snedden and his board for their patience and support.” This reflects the two boards’ strong, pleasant, and iconic relations, and confirms Pakistan’s status as an important member of the cricket fraternity,” Ramiz added.