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    While guaranteed no game time, Adam Milne's rearing to be a part of the Black Caps wider environment in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup

    While guaranteed no game time, Adam Milne's rearing to be a part of the Black Caps wider environment in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup


    After a stop-start career due to injuries, the paceman's pleasing 2021 has included a return to Black Caps T20 duties during the last home summer, and playing stints in England and the IPL.

    He's on standby as 16th-man for the upcoming tournament in the UAE.



    Milne's in line to play in tomorrow's warm up match against the Netherlands.

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