Pakistan play New Zealand in Women’s World Cup warm-up

LAHORE – Pakistan national women’s team are all set for their first of the two warm-ups ahead of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup against New Zealand at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln today (Sunday). The Bismah Maroof-led side began the final phase of their preparations for the event after completing their New Zealand government-mandated isolation on 17 February, said the PCB spokesman. On Saturday, they had a light fielding and skills session before it was interrupted by heavy showers. Prior to their departure to the training session, Javeria Khan, who is the all-time leading run-scorer for Pakistan in ODIs, told PCB Digital that a warm-up match against an in-form New Zealand will prove to be beneficial for the side in the World Cup. Pakistan play their second warm-up against Bangladesh on 2 March, before they move to Tauranga next day where they begin their World Cup campaign on 6 March against India.

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