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Pakistan tour of New Zealand 2020


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2020 Pakistan tour of New Zealand Facts

New ZealandPakistan
New ZealandPakistan
Dates18 December 2020 – 7 January 2021
CaptainsKane WilliamsonShadab Khan

Schedule

  • 3rd T20I (N), Napier, Dec 22 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan v New Zealand
  • 2nd T20I (N), Hamilton, Dec 20 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan v New Zealand
  • 1st T20I (N), Auckland, Dec 18 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan v New Zealand
  • 1st Test, Mount Maunganui, Dec 26 – Dec 30 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan v New Zealand
  • 2nd Test, Christchurch, Jan 3 – Jan 7 2021, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
  • Pakistan v New Zealand

Results

  • 2nd Test, Christchurch, Jan 3 – Jan 7 2021, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
  • Pakistan 297 & 186 (81.4 ov) ; New Zealand 659/6d
    RESULT: New Zealand won by an innings and 176 runs
  • 1st Test, Mount Maunganui, Dec 26 – Dec 30 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    New Zealand 431 & 180/5d ; Pakistan 239 & 271 (123.3 ov, target 373)
    RESULT: New Zealand won by 101 runs | PLAYER OF THE MATCH
    Kane Williamson
  • 3rd T20I (N), Napier, Dec 22 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    New Zealand 173/7 ; Pakistan 177/6 (19.4/20 ov, target 174)
    RESULT: Pakistan won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
  • 2nd T20I (N), Hamilton, Dec 20 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan 163/6
    New Zealand 164/1 (19.2/20 ov)
    RESULT: New Zealand won by 9 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
  • 1st T20I (N), Auckland, Dec 18 2020, Pakistan tour of New Zealand
    Pakistan 153/9
    New Zealand 156/5 (18.5/20 ov, target 154)
    RESULT:
    New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)

Squads

TEST SQUAD

NZ

  • Kane Williamson (c) Top-order batsman
  • Tom Blundell † Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Trent Boult Bowler
  • Kyle Jamieson Bowler
  • Tom Latham † Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Daryl Mitchell Allrounder
  • Henry Nicholls Top-order batsman
  • Mitchell Santner Bowling allrounder
  • Tim Southee Bowler
  • Ross Taylor Middle-order batsman
  • Neil Wagner Bowler
  • BJ Watling † Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Will Young Top-order batsman

PAK

  • Shan Masood Opening batsman
  • Abid Ali Opening batsman
  • Azhar Ali Top-order batsman
  • Fawad Alam Top-order batsman
  • Haris Sohail Middle-order batsman
  • Mohammad Rizwan † (c) Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Faheem Ashraf Bowling allrounder
  • Yasir Shah Bowler
  • Mohammad Abbas Bowler
  • Shaheen Afridi Bowler
  • Naseem Shah Bowler

T20Is Squad

New Zealand

  • Kane Williamson (c)
  • Todd Astle
  • Doug Bracewell
  • Trent Boult
  • Mark Chapman
  • Devon Conway
  • Jacob Duffy
  • Martin Guptill
  • Kyle Jamieson
  • Scott Kuggeleijn
  • Daryl Mitchell
  • James Neesham
  • Glenn Phillips
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Tim Seifert (wk)
  • Ish Sodhi
  • Tim Southee
  • Blair Tickner

Pakistan

  • Shadab Khan (c)
  • Shaheen Afridi
  • Iftikhar Ahmed
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed (wk)
  • Haider Ali
  • Faheem Ashraf
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Mohammad Hasnain
  • Usman Qadir
  • Haris Rauf
  • Wahab Riaz
  • Mohammad Rizwan (wk)
  • Abdullah Shafique
  • Khushdil Shah
  • Hussain Talat
  • Imad Wasim

Grounds

  • Cobham Oval, Whangārei
  • Cobham Oval (New)
    Ground information
    Location Whangarei, New Zealand
    Establishment 2006
    Capacity 5,500
  • Seddon Park, Hamilton
  • Location Hamilton Central, Hamilton, New Zealand
    Capacity 10,000
  • Basin Reserve, Wellington
  • Location Mount Cook, Wellington, New Zealand
    Establishment 1868
    Capacity 11,600
  • Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln
  • Location Lincoln, New Zealand
    Establishment 1998
  • Eden Park, Auckland
  • Former names
    Coopers Catch Park
    (October 12–18, 2020)
    Location
    Kingsland, Auckland, New Zealand
    Capacity
    50,000 (Rugby union and league – with standard seating)[2][3]
    60,000 (Rugby union and league – with temporary seating)[4]
    42,000 (Cricket)[5]
  • Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
  • Location Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, New Zealand
    Establishment 2007 (first recorded match)
    Capacity 10,000
  • Hagley Oval, Christchurch
  • Location Christchurch, Canterbury
    Establishment 1851
    Capacity 18,000
  • McLean Park, Napier
  • Location Napier, New Zealand
    Establishment 1911
    Capacity 19,700