The following week’s ODI series among Pakistan and New Zealand won’t be a piece of the continuous ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, both the cricket sheets declared.
The three ODIs, beginning September 17 in Rawalpindi, will rather be a standard respective series attributable to non-accessibility of the Decision Review System (DRS).
The two sheets have likewise settled on when they will compensate for the Super League’s apparatuses. “As New Zealand will revisit to Pakistan within the 2022-23 season to play two Tests and three ODIs, the 2 sheets have concurred that these 50-over matches will currently figure in with the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 capability,” PCB said in a delivery.
The Super League is a 13-part association including 12 Full Member countries alongside Netherlands, and will choose which groups highlight in the 2023 Cricket World Cup. Hosts India and the other top seven groups qualify naturally for the World Cup while the last five groups should play a passing competition. Each group gets 10 focuses for a success, five for a tie/no outcome/deserted game, and zero for a loss.