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Pakistan to try and level the series against New Zealand tomorrow

Talal Dar - 27-01-2016 - View: 517

New Zealand had beaten Pakistan by 70 runs in the first game

Pakistan to try and level the series against New Zealand tomorrow

Pakistan Cricket Team will be looking to tie the series against New Zealand tomorrow, as they will meet in the second game at the McLean Park in Napier whereas New Zealand will be looking to seal the series by taking 2-0 lead as they won first game by 2-0 margin.

Pakistan will be hoping that Muhammad Amir who had to limp off after being hit in the lower part of the leg, will be back after getting fit and Shoaib Malik who also missed the first game due to the foot injury will be back and will make middle-order stable.

Sohaib Maqsood has not been in good form and did not look so confident in the first match, so he will probably make way for Malik at No.4 or No.5 position. Malik is most experienced player in the team at the moment and is highest scorer with over 6000 runs.

New Zealand will be looking to keep the same team except one change as they have rested their wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi for next two games. BJ Wattling, who is their wicket-keeper in Test matches will be performing the duties behind the stumps.

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