Tamim Iqbal Retires From T20 International Cricket

Tamim Iqbal Retires From T20 International Cricket

Tamim Iqbal Retires From T20 International Cricket

Tamim Iqbal, the captain of the Bangladesh ODI team, was on a voluntary break from international T20. He said goodbye before the end of the voluntary break. Tamim Iqbal retires from T20 international cricket just before Asia Cup 2022.

Tamim Iqbal made this announcement on his verified page on Facebook after West Indies whitewashed the hosts in the three-match ODI series. “Consider me retired from today in T20 Internationals,” he said. Thank you all.”

Tigers’ opening batsman Tamim Iqbal last played a T20I against Zimbabwe in March 2020. After recovering from the injury, he withdrew from the T20 World Cup after returning to the field to give opportunities to newcomers.

Tamim Iqbal took a voluntary break from the T20 format for six months after the World Cup. Before the end of that break, he announced that he will not play for the country in the T20 format.

Tamim Iqbal has played a total of 78 matches in the international arena in this short format of cricket. There he scored 1 thousand 758 runs with the bat including a century and 7 half-centuries.

 


 

Also Read: Babar Azam Becomes Fastest Asian Batsman to Score 10000 Runs

Babar Azam Becomes Fastest Asian Batsman to Score 10000 Runs

Babar Azam Becomes Fastest Asian Batsman to Score 10000 Runs

Babar Azam Becomes Fastest Asian Batsman to Score 10000 Runs 

Pakistan captain Babar Azam created another new record with the bat. Babar Azam has set a record of 10000 runs as fastest Asian batsman in international cricket.

Babar made this record by scoring in the first match of the two-Test series against Sri Lanka. Pakistan also fell into danger by stopping the hosts a little bit. Captain Babar stood as a shield when the Pakistani batsmen were returning to the dressing room one after another under the pressure of the Lankan spinners.

Before batting in this match, Babar’s collection in three formats was 9979. 21 runs were required to become the fastest Asian to reach 10,000 international runs. In 26.6 overs of the innings, the Pakistan captain touched the milestone of 10,000 runs in international cricket by hitting a great four off the host spinner Praveen Jayasuriya.

He reached this milestone in the 228th innings across three formats. Earlier, Indian batsman Virat Kohli scored the 10,000 international runs in 232 innings in Asia. Besides, Indian batsmen Sunil Gavaskar reached this milestone in 243 innings and Sourav Ganguly in 253 innings.

This record was held by the legendary Javed Miadad in Pakistan. All formats in 248 innings touched the milestone of 10,000 international runs.

Asia’s fastest batsman Babar Azam is fifth in the list of fastest 10000 international run scorers in cricket history. Former West Indies legendary batsman Sir Vivian Richards (206 innings) is at the top of this list.

Former South African batsman Hasim Amla (217) is in second place, former legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara is in third place (220) and English batsman Joe Root (222 innings) is in fifth place in the list.

Babar Azam has been shining with the bat since his debut. The number one batsman in the ranking of ODI and T20 batsmen is releasing a basket of runs with the bat at an equal pace in all three formats.

Pakistan skipper’s bat is breaking one record after another due to continuous run flood. Babar has so far scored 2851* runs in 40 matches in 72 innings in Pakistan jersey at an average of 45.98 (till writing this report). Where he has six centuries as well as 21 half-centuries.

The Pakistan captain has scored 4442 runs in 89 matches in 87 innings at an average of 59.23 in ODIs. Where he has made a record of scoring a century in three consecutive matches twice. In all, Babar has 17 centuries and 19 half-centuries in this format.

The Pakistan captain collected 2686 runs in 69 innings in 74 matches in the twenty over game. He has 26 half-centuries along with a century.

 


 

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BCB Finalized Dates of Next Three BPL Seasons

BCB Finalized Dates of Next Three BPL Seasons

BCB Finalized Dates of Next Three BPL Seasons

The Bangladesh Cricket Board BCB has finalized the dates of three consecutive seasons to eliminate the irregularities of the Bangladesh Premier League – BPL. The tournament will be held for the next three seasons with seven teams. At the same time, new franchises will be signed for three seasons.

Board president Nazmul Hasan Papon gave this information at the press conference organized by BCB on Sunday (July 17). He said that although it is not scheduled to be discussed in the board meeting, it has been approved as the date has been finalized.

According to the information provided by BCB President Nazmul Hasan, the ninth season of BPL in 2023 will start on January 5 and end on February 16. Besides, the 11th season of BPL will be held from January 6 to February 17 in 2024 and from January 1 to February 11 in 2025.

After the finalization of the date, the new franchisee will now be selected. Nazmul Hasan Papon said that the tender notice will be given very soon. “Now that the date has been fixed, the rest of the work will also be scheduled within a week,” he said.

Nazmul Hasan Papon said that after the notification, if the number of interested people is more, then the selection process should proceed. At the same time, he expressed hope that new companies will come along with the franchises that participated in the previous events.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BPL) organized BPL for the first time in 2012. After that six more sessions were held. Besides, a special event was organized by the Bangladesh Cricket Board.

Last on February 18, 2022, Comilla Victorians won the title of champion for the third time after defeating the new team Fortune Barisal by 1 run. Nazmul Hasan Papon said that although there were 6 teams in the previous seasons, from now on BPL is being planned with 7 teams.

 


 

Also Read: Asia Cup 2022 Likely to Held in UAE

Asia Cup 2022 Likely to Held in UAE

Asia Cup 2022 Likely to Held in UAE

Asia Cup 2022 Likely to Held in UAE

The drama about the future of Asia Cup 2022 is not ending. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) Secretary Mohan De Silva said that there is a high possibility of holding the Asia Cup 2022 in the UAE – United Arab Emirates.

According to the schedule, this year’s Asia Cup is to be held in Sri Lanka. However, there have been rumors of the Asia Cup being moved from Sri Lanka several times due to political unrest.

However, every time Sri Lanka Cricket has informed that they are confident to host the Asia Cup regardless of the country’s condition. But this time their confidence has cracked. That is why SLC secretary Mohan de Silva says, “The possibility of the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates is very high.”

However, Sri Lanka played a full series against Australia amid violence and anti-government protests across the country. Even now they are playing two Test matches against Pakistan. However, Mohan de Silva feels that there is a difference between organizing bilateral and multinational tournaments .

“Hosting two teams is not the same as hosting ten (9) teams. You have to provide buses with fuel for all of them. A luggage van with fuel for each team and transport for the managers,” he told news agency PTI.

In Lankadeep, which has declared itself bankrupt, the fuel oil crisis has reached its peak. Even the news has spread, many cricketers are not even able to go to practice with their own cars due to lack of fuel.

And Sri Lankan cricket is afraid of that, so it has refused to host Asia. ” You have to provide transport for the sponsors and make sure that they get all the benefits from the sponsors. You also have to find the fuel to light the floodlights,” added De Silva.

According to De Silver, the people of the country are not very interested in watching cricket, even if it is an India-Pakistan match! And in the current situation of Sri Lanka, even foreigners will not get much interest to visit the island nation.

De Silva also said, “There are two matches between India and Pakistan. There will be people who want to travel to watch such matches. But people may not be very interested in traveling to Sri Lanka because of the situation.”

They canceled the ODI series against Pakistan and hosted the Sri Lankan Premier League (SLPL). Sri Lanka Cricket has also been forced to postpone it due to the political unrest in the country.

 


 

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I will Make an Announcement When Ramiz Raja Leaves Says Mohammad Amir

I will Make an Announcement When Ramiz Raja Leaves Says Amir

I will Make an Announcement When Ramiz Raja Leaves Says Mohammad Amir

Leaving behind the dark chapter of fixing, Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir returned to international cricket quite well. But he retired at the age of 28 due to conflict with the coaching panel. However, this time Mohammad Amir has announced that he will return to the national team if Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja leaves.

Pakistan’s head coach in 2020 was Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis. Aamir’s relationship with them was final. Besides, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja also had a role in this matter.

Amir said goodbye to international cricket at one point in 2020 due to deteriorating relationship with the national team coaching panel, board chairman. However, a few days ago, due to the change in the coaching panel, there were rumors of Amir’s return to the national team.

But Amir said that changing the coaching panel is not enough to return to the national team after retirement. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja also has to leave the board, only then he will return to international cricket.

Amir said, ‘You all know what Ramiz Raja said about me. I don’t think this is the right time to consider coming back from retirement. If Ramiz Raja leaves the PCB, I will announce his return to the team if necessary.’ Ramiz Raja became the chairman of PCB when Imran Khan was the Prime Minister of Pakistan. In this, Imran lost the prime ministership due to the collapse of the government.

As a result, everyone was thinking that Ramiz Raja should also leave the PCB. But Ramiz remains in the PCB. Amir talks about the lure of staying in a strong position about not abdicating the king.

“If you watch his old videos, he said that if Imran Khan leaves, he will not stay for a minute. His stance on leaving has now changed. No matter what, he will not relinquish his power. Because, everyone likes to be in a strong position. Let him enjoy it,” added.

Amir took 119 wickets in 36 matches in the white jersey of Pakistan. Besides, he has 81 wickets in 61 matches in ODIs and 59 wickets in 50 matches in T20Is.

 


 

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Australia Announces ODI Squad for New Zealand and Zimbabwe Tour 2022

Australia Announces ODI Squad for New Zealand & Zimbabwe Tour 2022

Australia Announces ODI Squad for New Zealand and Zimbabwe Tour 2022

Cricket Australia has announced a 14-man squad for the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe and New Zealand Tour in August and September 2022 at home. Pacer Pat Cummins has been rested to freshen up the busy cricket schedule while leg-spinner Adam Zampa has returned to the team.

In the last Sri Lanka series, Cummins was in the field for the entire series. After the New Zealand-Zimbabwe series, Australia will play 5 Test matches against the West Indies and South Africa along with the T20 World Cup at home .

All in all, Australia wants to keep Cummins fresh by resting him in the long schedule. That is why he was not kept in the team for two consecutive series. Besides , Josh Inglis, Mitchell Swepson, Matthew Kuneman and Jai Richardson have been dropped from the Sri Lanka tour team .

Sean Abbott returns from injury to replace Cummins. He was dropped from the team after suffering an injury in practice in the Sri Lanka series. Recovered from injury and returned to the team.

Besides, spinner Adam Zampa is back after paternity leave. All-rounder Travis Head has left for the same reason. Besides, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and spinner Ashton Agar, who were injured during the Sri Lanka tour, have also recovered and returned to the team.

Australia will play ODIs at home after almost two years. The series was supposed to be against Zimbabwe and New Zealand long ago. According to the schedule, matches against Zimbabwe in mid-2020 and New Zealand in January 2021 were scheduled, but neither could be on time due to the Corona outbreak.

Australia will play an ODI for the first time since 2004 in Townsville. Australia’s summer cricket season will begin with the first ODI of the Zimbabwe series on August 28 this year. The remaining two ODIs of the series will be held on August 31 and September 3.

Australia will take the field against New Zealand with only two days break. The first match of the series will be on September 6. In addition, Australia will face the Kiwis in the remaining two matches on September 8 and 11.

Australia ODI Squad Against Zimbabwe and New Zealand 2022:

Aaron Finch (captain), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agger, Alex Carey, Cameron Greene, Josh Hazlewood, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa.

 


 

Also Read: Cricket Australia Announced BBL 2022-23 Schedule

BBL 2022-23 Schedule in Announced

BBL 2022-23 Schedule in Announced

BBL 2022-23 Schedule in Announced

The 12th season of Australia’s franchise league Big Bash will begin on 5 December 2022. Cricket Australia (CA) has finalized the schedule for the BBL 2022-23 tournament. The curtain will come down on this two-month event on February 4, 2023.

Melbourne Stars will face Sydney Thunders at Manuka Oval in the first match of the 12th season of Big Bash. CA has confirmed that the entire event will be held in 17 venues in Australia.

Finalizing the schedule for the 12th edition of the Big Bash, tournament general manager Alastair Dobson said, “The schedule for the 12th edition of the Big Bash is finalised. Hope there will be great cricketers. Hopeful that the spectators who fill the stadium will be able to enjoy the game.”

This is the first time this tournament will be organized in 17 stadiums scattered across Australia. He said that this was done with the aim of popularizing Big Bash.

In this regard, Dobson also said, “All international and domestic venues have been made part of this tournament. Everyone can enjoy the game.”

In the previous 11 seasons, there was an opportunity to bring cricketers to the team through contracts, but this time, along with that opportunity, the player drafts are starting. Participating teams will get the opportunity to recruit cricketers from there.

 

BBL 2022-2023 Schedule

Date Teams Time (Local) Venue
Sun, 05 Dec 2022 Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars 07:15 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground
Mon, 06 Dec 2022 Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat 07:15 PM
Manuka Oval
Tue, 07 Dec 2022 Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers 07:15 PM
Marvel Stadium
Wed, 08 Dec 2022 Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers 06:35 PM
University of Tasmania Stadium
Wed, 08 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat 06:35 PM
Optus Stadium
Thu, 09 Dec 2022 Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades 06:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Fri, 10 Dec 2022 Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder 07:15 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sat, 11 Dec 2022 Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes 06:35 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sat, 11 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers 06:30 PM
Optus Stadium
Sun, 12 Dec 2022 Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars 07:15 PM
Sydney Showground Stadium
Mon, 13 Dec 2022 Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades 06:15 PM
Metricon Stadium
Tue, 14 Dec 2022 Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers 07:15 PM
Blundstone Arena
Wed, 15 Dec 2022 Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers 07:15 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sun, 19 Dec 2022 Brisbane Heat v Sydney Thunder
06:40 PM
The Gabba
Mon, 20 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes 04:15 PM
Optus Stadium
Tue, 21 Dec 2022 Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers 07:15 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground
Wed, 22 Dec 2022 Melbourne Renegades v Perth Scorchers 07:15 PM
Marvel Stadium
Thu, 23 Dec 2022 Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Heat 06:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Fri, 24 Dec 2022 Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars 03:30 PM
Blundstone Arena
Sun, 26 Dec 2022 Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers 06:05 PM
Sydney Showground Stadium
Sun, 26 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades 06:15 PM
Optus Stadium
Mon, 27 Dec 2022 Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers 06:05 PM
Blundstone Arena
Mon, 27 Dec 2022 Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars 08:05 PM
The Gabba
Tue, 28 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder 07:15 PM
Manuka Oval
Wed, 29 Dec 2022 Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Heat 06:05 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground
Wed, 29 Dec 2022 Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes 07:15 PM
Marvel Stadium
Thu, 30 Dec 2022 Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars 04:15 PM
Optus Stadium
Fri, 31 Dec 2022 Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder 06:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Sat, 01 Jan 2023 Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat 04:00 PM
Blundstone Arena
Sat, 01 Jan 2023 Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades 07:30 PM
Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Sun, 02 Jan 2023 Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers 03:30 PM
CitiPower Centre
Sun, 02 Jan 2023 Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers 07:15 PM
Sydney Showground Stadium
Mon, 03 Jan 2023 Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades 07:15 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Tue, 04 Jan 2023 Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers 06:15 PM
Metricon Stadium
Wed, 05 Jan 2023 Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes 05:35 PM
Adelaide Oval
Wed, 05 Jan 2023 Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder 06:15 PM
Optus Stadium
Thu, 06 Jan 2023 Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat 06:05 PM
GMHBA Stadium
Thu, 06 Jan 2023 Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers 06:15 PM
Optus Stadium
Fri, 07 Jan 2023 Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars 06:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Sat, 08 Jan 2023 Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder 06:05 PM
Marvel Stadium
Sat, 08 Jan 2023 Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes 07:30 PM
The Gabba
Sun, 09 Jan 2023 Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers 07:15 PM
Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Mon, 10 Jan 2023 Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers 02:10 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Mon, 10 Jan 2023 Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Thunder 07:15 PM
University of Tasmania Stadium
Tue, 11 Jan 2023 Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers 07:15 PM
GMHBA Stadium
Wed, 12 Jan 2023 Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers 06:15 PM
The Gabba
Thu, 13 Jan 2023 Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes 04:00 PM
Sydney Showground Stadium
Thu, 13 Jan 2023 Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars 07:30 PM
Marvel Stadium
Fri, 14 Jan 2023 Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers 07:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Sat, 15 Jan 2023 Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder 07:40 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sun, 16 Jan 2023 Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat 07:40 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Mon, 17 Jan 2023 Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades 07:40 PM
Blundstone Arena
Tue, 18 Jan 2023 Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers 06:45 PM
Adelaide Oval
Wed, 19 Jan 2023 Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers 12:30 PM
The Gabba
Wed, 19 Jan 2023 Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades 04:40 PM
Sydney Showground Stadium
Wed, 19 Jan 2023 Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes 07:50 PM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Fri, 21 Jan 2023 TBC vs TBC (Eliminator) 12:00 AM
TBD
Sat, 22 Jan 2023 TBC vs TBC (Qualifier) 12:00 AM
TBD
Sun, 23 Jan 2023 TBC vs TBC (Knockout) 12:00 AM
TBD
Wed, 26 Jan 2023 TBC vs TBC (Challenger) 12:00 AM
TBD
Fri, 28 Jan 2023 TBC vs TBC (Final) 12:00 AM
TBD

 

 


 

Also Read: Mashrafe Mortaza To Play in LLC 2022

Mashrafe Mortaza To Play in LLC 2022

Mashrafe Mortaza To Play in LLC 2022

Mashrafe Mortaza To Play in Legends League Cricket – LLC 2022

Legends Leagues Cricket Tournament – LLC will be held in September 2022. Former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will play in LLC 2022.  Mashrafe bin Mortaza last played international cricket in 2020. Although he did not retire from international cricket, that was his last match in his career.

Although he did not play international cricket, he played Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League (DPL) in 2022. This time he is again seen on the stage of an international tournament. But it is a tournament of former cricketers.

Three teams will participate in this tournament to be held in September this year. Former cricketers will play as India, Asia and World XI. Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will play here for Asia XI.

Apart from Mashrafe, former Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh has also assured to play in the tournament. Virender Sehwag, Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Brett Lee, Muttiah Muralitharan and Eoin Morgan will also play. Mashrafe, Harbhajan and Morgan will play this tournament for the first time.

Also, many players including West Indies’ Lendl Simmons and Dinesh Ramdin will play in this tournament. Although the player list is ready, the tournament schedule has not been revealed by the organizing authorities.

 


 

Also Read: Shohidul Islam Banned For 10 Months Failing Dope Test

Shohidul Islam Banned From For 10 Months Failing Dope Test

Shohidul Islam Banned For 10 Months Failing Dope Test

Shohidul Islam Banned For 10 Months Failing Dope Test

Bangladesh pacer Shohidul Islam has been banned from all forms of cricket for 10 months after failing a dope test. Shohidul Islam participated in this dope test in Dhaka on March 4 this year. The sample was found to contain the banned substance Clomiphene. So he was banned for 10 months. The ban will be effective from May 28 this year, the ICC said. Accordingly, his ban will expire on March 28, 2023.

In a statement on Thursday (July 14), the ICC said he had been banned from all forms of cricket for 10 months for violating Section 2.1 of the Anti-Doping Act. It has been banned mainly due to the presence of the banned substance Clomiphene.

Clomiphene is a banned substance according to the rules of the International Anti-Doping Agency. The ICC decided to ban him due to the presence of this banned substance. However, Shohidul Islam did not take it as a performance enhancer. The ICC also said that.

Currently, Shohidul Islam was in the squad for Bangladesh team in Test and T20 on Caribbean tour. He did not get a chance to play a single match during the Caribbean tour of the Bangladesh team. However, he will not be able to play in the last match of the Caribbean tour because he tested positive for dope.

ICC said in their statement that even though Shohidul Islam has tested positive for dope, he has managed to explain his position to ICC. He even stated that he did not take clomiphene for performance enhancement. This is why ICC banned him for 10 months.

The 27-year-old pacer will not be able to play domestic or international cricket during the ban. If everything goes well, he will be seen on the field from April 2023.

 


 

Also Read: New Zealand Pacer Adam Milne Dropped from Europe Tour 2022

New Zealand Pacer Adam Milne Dropped from Europe Tour 2022

New Zealand Pacer Adam Milne Dropped from Europe Tour 2022

New Zealand Pacer Adam Milne Dropped from Europe Tour 2022

New Zealand is playing a series against Ireland and Netherlands on the tour of Europe 2022. Kiwi pacer Adam Milne has been dropped from Europe tour 2022 due to leg injury. His dismissal was confirmed by New Zealand Cricket (NZC).

Adam Milne picked up a leg injury in training ahead of the tour of Ireland. Because of that injury, New Zealand will have to enter the field without him. Instead of Milan, Jacob Duffy has been called up to the New Zealand team for these two series.

New Zealand head coach Shane Jurgenson confirmed Adam Milne’s sacking. He said on Friday (July 15), “His fall is disappointing for us. Hopefully, he will be back before the T20 Bishop’s Cup in Australia.”

New Zealand will play the last ODI of the three-match series against Ireland on the same day as Adam Milne leg injury. The Kiwis will also play against Scotland and the Netherlands after this series.

New Zealand will play a total of four T20Is and one ODI against Scotland and the Netherlands. In these three series, the Kiwis played with the second-ranked team.

 

New Zealand Squad 2022

Mitchell Santner (captain), Finn Allen, Mitchell Bracewell, Mark Chapman, Dane Claver, Jacob Duffy, Luke Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Ripon, Ben Sears, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner.

 


 

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