KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced a heat balm news for cricket Lovers on Saturday. The spectators can get free entry in the next test match, said PCB
The Match will be staged between Pakistan and New Zealand, from 2-6 Jan, in Karachi.
“The spectators are only required to bring either their original CNIC or B-form to enter the stadium and they will be able to watch the action free of cost from any of the premium (Imran Khan, Quaid, Wasim Akram, and Zaheer Abbas), first class (Asif Iqbal, Waqar Hassan, and Majid Khan) and general enclosures (Muhammad Brothers and Intikhab Alam)”, a statement shared by PCB.
The PCB spectators would be enjoyed the shuttle service from the Ghareeb Nawaz Parking Area to the National Bank Cricket Arena; previously called (The National Stadium of Karachi).
However, other restrictions would be applied as per SOPs, for instance, It is prohibited to bring any firearms, toy guns, vuvuzela, explosives, firecrackers, cigarettes, matches, lighters, knives, and any sharp objects into the stadium.
Hence, No eatables, drinks, glass, plastic bottles, or any flag except the Pakistani flag and New Zealand flag are allowed in the stadium.
The board said, “All persons, including children above 4 years, must have their own separate and original ID Card/B-Form & ticket to enter the stadium and while sitting inside the enclosure during the match.”
The National bank arena will host the second match of two matches test series.
Meanwhile, the first match between Pakistan and New Zealand was declared tee after the bad light stalemate.
Score Card: Pakistan 438; (Babar 161, Agha 103, Sarfaraz 86, Southee 3-69) and 311 for 8 Dec (Imam 96, Shakeel 55, Sodhi 6-86) drew with New Zealand 612 for 9 Dec (Williamson 200, Latham 113, Conway 92, Abrar 5-205) and 61 for 1 (Latham 35*, Abrar 1-23)
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