Islamabad. New Zealand will tour Pakistan twice in five months to play two Test matches, eight One Day Internationals and five T20Is. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) gave this information on Monday. Both the Test matches will be part of the World Test Championship. They will be organized in Karachi from December 27 to 31 and Multan from January 4 to 8.
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Karachi will also host three ODIs from January 11 to 15. These ODI matches will be part of the ICC World Cup Super League. New Zealand will then tour Pakistan again in April in which they will play four T20 matches in Karachi from 13 to 19 April.
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The fifth T20 match and two ODIs will be played in Lahore from 23 to 28 April. The remaining three ODIs will be played in Rawalpindi from May 1 to 7. New Zealand had postponed their tour last year ahead of the first ODI in Rawalpindi due to undisclosed security reasons.