RAIN danger looms over Pakistan-New Zealand series

LAHORE: The five-match T20 series among Pakistan and New Zealand faces likely disturbances because of anticipated precipitation. The New Zealand group showed up in Islamabad on Sunday for the series, scheduled to begin on April 18.

The series is set to start off with three matches planned for Rawalpindi, trailed by two matches booked for April 25 and 27 at Lahore’s Gaddafi Arena. In any case, the weather condition figure for Rawalpindi is not exactly good, with tempests and precipitation anticipated for Tuesday, stretching out consistently.

This harsh weather condition might actually affect the training meetings of the two groups at the Pindi Cricket Arena, prompting abrogations on Tuesday and Wednesday. The expected precipitation follows ongoing weather conditions that have carried moderate-to-weighty precipitation across different pieces of the country. Balochistan and portions of Punjab have encountered downpours, rainstorms, and dusty breezes as of late.

The Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD) has given figures anticipating precipitation and windstorms in a few regions across Pakistan, including KP, Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, Islamabad, Punjab, and Balochistan on April 18, further raising worries about the series’ timetable and coordinated factors.

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