New Zealand all-rounder Michael Bracewell has been named the group’s captain for the impending five-match T20I series against Pakistan starting on April 18, 2024. Declaring the 15-part crew, New Zealand gave the maiden call-up to Tim Robinson. Will O’Rourke, having made his test

Bracewell will be playing for the first time after he had an injury in March last year. Heading into this series, New Zealand will have to bear the loss of its experienced players, for example, Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Matt Henry, Daryl Mitchell, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, and Mitchell Santner, who are currently involved in the Indian Premier League 2024.

New Zealand selector Sam Wells revealed Michael is highly regarded and has captaincy experience for Wellington alongside New Zealand A and New Zealand XI groups, which we trust holds him in great stead to lead the gathering in Pakistan. Moreover, Tim is a pioneer in his domestic career; however, his inherent capacity and unstable power were on full display this season. With his extraordinary handling, we accept that he has a range of abilities that are appropriate to the organization.

He also cited that Will’s initial endeavors in international cricket are worth appreciating. This visit will be a fantastic opportunity for him to test his abilities in unfamiliar circumstances.

NZ T20I Squad for Pakistan: Michael Bracewell (c), Finn Allen, Mark Chapman, Josh Clarkson, Jacob Duffy, Dean Foxcroft, Ben Lister, Cole McConchie, Adam Milne, Jimmy Neesham, Will O’Rourke, Tim Robinson, Ben Sears, Tim Seifert, and Ish Sodhi


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