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    The group of 24 Black Caps players and coaches have touched down in Auckland following their departure from Dubai yesterday

    The group of 24 Black Caps players and coaches have touched down in Auckland following their departure from Dubai yesterday


    The group will enter their mandatory 14-day stint in managed isolation.

    It follows the New Zealand side's cancelled tour in Pakistan - that was due to feature three on dayers and five Twenty20's - due to a security threat.

    The remainder of the squad is staying in the United Arab Emirates before linking up with the New Zealand Twenty20 World Cup squad.

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