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Cricket07 Sep 2021
ODI Series: Training and media conferences details unfold

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Rawalpindi (September 7, 2021):-New Zealand will arrive in Islamabad on 11 September to play three ODIs and five T20Is. The ODIs are part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League and will be played at the Pindi Cricket Stadium on 17, 19 and 21 September, while the Gaddafi Stadium will host the T20Is from 25 September to 3 October.

9 September: A member of Pakistan squad will be available to media in a virtual media session at 1130.

10 September: Pakistan cricket team will hold a training session at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1630. The PCB will provide videos, photos and interviews of squad members, which can be used for editorial purposes only.

11 September: A member of Pakistan squad will be available to media in a virtual media session at 1130 Media interested in attending the session are requested to confirm their attendance to Ibrahim Badees.

12 September: A member of the New Zealand squad will be available to media in a virtual media session at 1130. Media interested in attending the session are requested to confirm their attendance to James Bennett at James.bennett@nzc.nz, at least, two hours before the start of the session.

Pakistan will play an intra-squad practice match at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, which will begin at 1400. The PCB will provide videos and photos, which can be used for editorial purposes only.

13 September: Both the sides will hold training sessions at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1630.

14 September: A member of the New Zealand squad will be available to media in a virtual media session at 1130.

Both the sides will hold training sessions at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1630.

15 September: A member of the Pakistan squad will be available to media in a virtual media session at 1130.

New Zealand squad will play an intra-squad practice match at Pindi Cricket Stadium, which will begin at 1100.

Pakistan team will practice at Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1830 to 2130.

16 September: Pakistan captain Babar Azam will hold his online pre-series media conference at 1130, which will be followed by New Zealand captain Tom Latham’s virtual session.

At 1630, both the teams will train at the Pindi Cricket Stadium.

17 September:  First ODI - First ball to be bowled at 1430

18 September: Both teams are scheduled to hold training session at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1630. Media representatives are advised to speak with the respect team media manager before arriving at the Pindi Cricket Stadium as the teams may decide to cancel their training sessions.

19 September:  Second ODI – First ball to be bowled at 1430

20 September: Both teams are scheduled to hold training session at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 1630. Media representatives are advised to speak with the respect team media manager before arriving at the Pindi Cricket Stadium as the teams may decide to cancel their training sessions.

21 September:  Third ODI – First ball to be bowled at 1430

22 September: Both the sides will depart for Lahore and have no media activities planned.

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