BUSY SUMMER AHEAD? by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on ShareTweet As per the current FTP, NZ are to host both WI and Pakistan for Tests and T20Is, Bangladesh for ODIs and T20Is, and Australia for a short series © Getty New Zealand cricket has set plans in motion to host a full summer of cricket later this year. The country expects to play host to teams from West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and Bangladesh over 37 days in the summer. NZC chief David White said he was confident of setting up bio-bubbles, similar to the ones used by England and Wales Cricket Board, to kick start international cricket in the country post the long Covid-19 break. “We are making tremendous progress. I was just on the phone to the West Indies, they’re confirmed, Pakistan is confirmed, Australia and Bangladesh… so 37 days of international cricket,” White told reporters in Auckland. “We’ll just be held up for a week or two while we work with the government agencies on the managed isolation but they’ve been extremely supportive.” As per the current FTP, New Zealand are slated to host both West Indies and Pakistan for Tests and T20Is, Bangladesh for ODIs and T20Is… Read full this story
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