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UAE to host New Zealand’s three T20Is in August

Dubai: The UAE will face New Zealand in three matches in the Twenty20 series this August. The three night games will provide a great opportunity for UAE players to test their skills against one of the world’s top teams.

The New Zealand series will be the UAE’s second T20I series at home against full members this year, following a 2-1 defeat against Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi last month.

Mubashshir Usmani, Secretary General of the UAE Cricket Council, said: “We are delighted to host New Zealand in the T20I series, who are one of the top teams in the world today. This series will be a huge opportunity for our players, not only Compete against top teams, but also learn from some of the best players in the world.

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“We are fully committed to the growth and development of cricket in the UAE and we are grateful to Cricket New Zealand for their support.”

New Zealand Cricket Chief Executive David White: “As far as the global cricketing family is concerned, it is important that we continue to help each other and grow the game internationally. NZC has a strong relationship with the UAE Cricket Board; Our players are very familiar with the environment and I know the Black Caps will look forward to testing themselves against a competitive UAE team.”


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