New Zealand tour of Pakistan: PCB get permission to host matches with 25% crowd for limited-overs series against New Zealand

No surprises expected in Pakistan's T20 World Cup squad
No surprises expected in Pakistan's T20 World Cup squad

New Zealand tour of Pakistan: PCB get permission to host matches with 25% crowd for limited-overs series against New Zealand: The Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday announced that the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has approved 25 per cent crowd attendance for the upcoming Pakistan versus New Zealand series.

New Zealand tour of Pakistan: New Zealand will arrive in Islamabad on September 11 with the three ODIs scheduled at the Pindi Cricket Stadium. Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium will stage the five T20Is. The decision means around 4,500 spectators will be able to attend the ODIs scheduled on September 17,19 and 21, while approximately 5,500 spectators will be able to watch the September 25, September 26, September 29, October 1 and October 3 T20Is.

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New Zealand tour of Pakistan: PCB get permission to host matches with 25% crowd for limited-overs series against New Zealand

Only spectators who are fully vaccinated and have an Immunisation Certificate for Covid-19 will be allowed entry inside the stadia.

Following the NCOC decision, the PCB will shortly announce ticket prices and other details for New Zealand’s first tour to Pakistan in 18 years.

PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan in an official release said: “Spectators are the essence of any sport event as they create an ambience and atmosphere for the players to excel, perform and enjoy. In this background, we are grateful to the NCOC for allowing the PCB to invite 25 per cent crowds for the eight matches.”

New Zealand tour of Pakistan: PCB get permission to host matches with 25% crowd for limited-overs series against New Zealand

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