‘They will not put us in any undue danger’: Henry Nichols visit New Zealand Pakistan
Security experts are currently visiting various facilities in Pakistan and will compile a comprehensive list of recommendations.
New Zealand batsman Henry Nichols said in an interview with Creek Info that his side has full confidence in Pakistan’s security experts and officials in making final recommendations for the upcoming tour.
Speaking for his teammates, the 29-year-old emphasized that his side knew that Pakistan would do its best for cricket in their country.
“It’s something that’s been talked about a bit in the media. It’s being completed right now,” Nicholas said.
“The recommendations that come from it, as a playing group, we have a lot of confidence in it, so we know they won’t put us in any danger. There’s cricket, which is once again for everyone. An interesting possibility.
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The New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and the England Cricket Board (ECB) have sent security experts Reg Dixon and David Sr. to Pakistan to assess the country’s security situation for a possible future visit.
Security experts are currently visiting various facilities in Pakistan and will compile a comprehensive list of recommendations that will ultimately determine the fate of these future visits.