Pakistan tour of New Zealand 2015-16
New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White stated that he is comfortable with the international return of Mohammad Amir who has been selected by Pakistan to play against the Black Caps in January.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir expressed his delight after being named in the squads for the limited overs tour of New Zealand in January.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been granted visa by the New Zealand authorities and is scheduled to travel along with the national team on the 9th of January.
The Pakistan selectors have named left-arm-fast bowler Mohammad Amir in the One-Day International and Twenty20 International squads that will tour New Zealand in January.
Mohammad Amir is all set to make a return to international cricket after serving a lengthy ban for spot-fixing. Anmol Chandan looks ahead to what the left-arm pacer can expect in New Zealand.
New Zealand Cricket have announced a hectic home season for the summer starting from December this year with the country slated to host Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia back-to-back.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been selected by the Pakistan Cricket Board to take part in a national training camp in Lahore ahead of the tour of New Zealand.
New Zealand selectors have picked Colin Munro and BJ Watling in the One-Day International squad for the upcoming series against Pakistan.
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis is happy with the performance of Mohammad Amir on his international comeback and is expecting the left-arm seamer to provide breakthroughs with the new ball.
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult stated that injuries are a part and parcel of the game after his teammate Mitchell McClenaghan suffered a hit above the eye during the first One-Day International against Pakistan on Monday.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has banned Umar Akmal for one-match for violating dress code regulations in the final of the Quaid-e-Azam trophy.
Todd Astle has been named in the New Zealand Twenty20 International squad to face Pakistan in the upcoming three-match series after a gap of more than three years since his last international appearance.
Fluent fifties from Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson ensured that New Zealand secured a nervous three-wicket victory over Pakistan in the rain-interrupted second One-Day International in Auckland by chasing down a D/L revised target of 263 runs with just two balls to spare thereby claiming a 2-0 series victory.
Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson shared a world-record partnership of unbeaten 171 runs as New Zealand romped home with 10 wickets chasing Pakistan's 168 in the second Twenty20 International in Hamilton.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum stated that Mohammad Amir should be given a benefit of the doubt after the International Cricket Council has cleared his return to international cricket.
Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad has praised New Zealand for the brand of cricket they have been playing over the last few seasons.
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has suffered a side strain and will miss the upcoming One-Day International series against Pakistan and Australia.
Riding on Mohammad Hafeez's half-century and a clinical bowling performance, Pakistan overcame fifties from Kane Williamson and Colin Munro to win the first Twenty20 International in Auckland by 16 runs.
New Zealand fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan will miss the second One-Day International against Pakistan in Napier after being struck above the eye in the first game in Wellington on Monday.
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis is assured that fast bowler Mohammad Amir will soon be back to bowling at his best once he gets the experience of a few matches under his belt on his comeback trail.
Corey Anderson produced a majestic all-round performance helping New Zealand to a massive 95-run victory against Pakistan in the third Twenty20 International in Wellington and thereby winning the series 2-1.
Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal will now be available to play the first Twenty20 International against New Zealand on Friday after his one-match suspension was put on hold due to filing an appeal.
A well-constructed 82 from Henry Nicholls and lower order cameos helped New Zealand overhaul Pakistan by 70 runs in the first One-Day International in Wellington and secure a 1-0 lead in the series.
Persistent rain played spoilsport in Napier as the second One-Day International between New Zealand and Pakistan was abandoned without a ball being bowled.