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    Bangladesh and Pakistan's men's cricketers could be visitors to New Zealand shores in October, ahead of November's Twenty20 Cricket World Cup in Australia

    Bangladesh and Pakistan's men's cricketers could be visitors to New Zealand shores in October, ahead of November's Twenty20 Cricket World Cup in Australia


    The two sides have been offered berths in a tri-series to face the Black Caps as warm-up for the World Cup.

    Bangladesh has confirmed their entry, but Pakistan is still reportedly considering the offer.

    A spokesperson for New Zealand Cricket expects their home international schedule will be released in the coming weeks.

    The series is likely to make up for a quiet Christmas-New Year period, when the Black Caps are poised to visit Pakistan after their tour was called off last year.

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