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    A chance for Black Caps newcomers to shine in tomorrow morning's first T20 against Pakistan at Rawalpindi

    A chance for Black Caps newcomers to shine in tomorrow morning's first T20 against Pakistan at Rawalpindi


    The team are without nine regulars - including Kane Williamson - due to the Indian Premier League, while others are injured or being rested.

    Black Caps batter Mark Chapman says it's an opportunity for others.



    No New Zealand broadcaster has yet purchased the rights to show tomorrow morning's game, which will otherwise be streamed on Youtube.

    First ball's at 2.30.

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