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Pakistan-New Zealand ODI series will no longer be a part of the Super League

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Next week’s one-day series between Pakistan and New Zealand will not be part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. Both the cricket boards made the announcement.

The three ODIs, starting September 17 in Rawalpindi, will be a regular bilateral series due to the non-availability of the Decision Review System (DRS). Which is a vital requirement in the playing conditions of the Super League.

The use of DRS is a requirement in the playing conditions for the Super League. Which is the highest tier of the qualification pathways for the 2023 ODI World Cup. There will be no DRS in the series because the PCB and the broadcasters could not find an ICC-approved provider for the technology required to run the system.

The Pakistan and New Zealand boards have decided when they will be ready for the fixtures of the Super League:

The Pakistan and New Zealand boards have also decided when they will be ready for the fixtures of the Super League. The PCB stated that “Since New Zealand will return to Pakistan to play two Tests and three ODIs in the 2022–23 season, both the boards have agreed that these 50-over matches will now count towards qualification for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.” Will go.” a release.

The Super League is a 13-man league. In which the Netherlands along with 12 full member states are included. And it will decide which teams will be involved in the 2023 Cricket World Cup. Hosts India and the other top seven teams automatically qualify for the World Cup.

Whereas the bottom five teams will be required to play qualifying tournaments. Each team gets 10 points for a win. Five for a tie / no result/game discarded, and zero for a loss.

Also Read: Danny Wyatt returns for New Zealand ODIs


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