LAHORE: The New Zealand security delegation, comprising the CEO of the New Zealand Players Association, Heath Mills and security consultant, Reg Dickason visited Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore today.

Director International of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Usman Wahla and Director Security Department PCB, Col. Khalid accompanied the delegation during the visit.

The delegation was briefed by the PCB officials regarding security arrangements for the T20I series against New Zealand in April.

The delegation on the tour had also travelled to Rawalpindi to inspect security arrangements for the New Zealand side.

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New Zealand is set to tour Pakistan for a series comprising five T20I matches in April ahead of Pakistan’s scheduled tour of England.

The Kiwis last toured Pakistan in April last year to play a T20I series, followed by a five-match ODI series.

The T20I series ended in a 2-2 draw as one match ended in a no result due to a hailstorm in Rawalpindi.

Meanwhile, the home team registered a thumping 4-1 victory in the ODI series.

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