Neesham’s PSL experience key for NZ against Pakistan.
Adam Milne, the fast bowler from New Zealand, is looking to catch the selectors’ attention during the upcoming Pakistan tour. His goal is to secure a spot in the team for the World Cup 2023 scheduled to take place in India later this year.
Adam Milne has played a total of 42 ODI’s and 38 T20 internationals for New Zealand. He made a successful comeback to international cricket this summer following a period of injury recovery.
Adam Milne is optimistic that he can adapt to the environment and conditions during the upcoming Pakistan tour. He also plans to seek guidance from experienced players such as Neesham, who have previously played in Pakistan.
Milne plans to seek advice from experienced players such as Neesham, who played in the PSL and the test and one-day series in Pakistan earlier this year. He believes that learning from them will help him adapt to the environment and conditions in Pakistan.
Adam Milne thinks that performing well in the sub-continent conditions of Pakistan is crucial to his chances of being selected for the World Cup squad. He is hopeful that a good showing on the upcoming tour will increase his chances of being picked for the team.
“I want to be in the World Cup team,” said Milne.
Milne views the Pakistan one-dayers as a good opportunity to prove himself in sub-continent conditions. He believes that performing well in this series could increase his chances of being selected for the World Cup squad, which is something he aspires to achieve.
New Zealand is scheduled to play five T20 Internationals and five ODI’s against Pakistan, starting from April 14th in Lahore.
This is published in logicalbaat, on 12 April, 2023.