‘They will not put us in any undue hazard’: Henry Nicholls on NZ tour of Pakistan
Security consultants are presently touring the varied services in Pakistan and can compile a complete record of suggestions
New Zealand’s batsman Henry Nicholls, in an interview with Cricinfo, said that his facet had full belief within the safety consultants and the officers in Pakistan close to the ultimate suggestions for an anticipated future tour.
The 29-year-old spoke for his teammates whereas emphasising that his facet knew that Pakistan would do all the things they will to have cricket of their nation.
“It’s one thing that has been talked a few bit within the media. But I definitely know as a gamers’ group and New Zealand Cricket’s viewpoint that the safety checks that they do – and all the things like that – we’ve full religion in that and that’s being accomplished for the time being,” Nicholls mentioned.
“The recommendations that come from that, as a playing group, we have a lot of trust in that, so we know they won’t put us in any undue danger. And we know obviously Pakistan as well will do everything they can to have cricket in there, which is again an exciting prospect for everyone,” he added.
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and the England Cricket Board (ECB) have despatched safety consultants Reg Dickason and David Snare to Pakistan so as to gauge the safety state of affairs of the nation for a doable future tour.
The safety consultants are presently touring the varied services in Pakistan and can compile a complete record of suggestions that may finally dictate the destiny of those future excursions.