Christchurch: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is hoping a return to home conditions will see his team turn around the long recent poor run of results,
but beware of the Pakistani side flexibility when you start the first Test here on Thursday.
There are familiar playing conditions, the fans,
and a small gate green sign along with the fact that the opening match of the Pakistan series is the closest in the season,
which launched Christchurch ever test match.
Although New Zealand lost their last four Test matches, but those played all away – and one in Centurion against South Africa
and then acquitted in India.
Black hats have a much better test cricket at home and away from the pitch
Hagley Oval is a record is a far cry from what have seen in India,
and should form an interesting challenge for players of Pakistan.
He said Hesson told a news conference ahead of the opening match of the series
“I think we’ve won seven out of our 11 tests at home in the past three years, with two draws and two losses.”
You have to do it because you’re already familiar circumstances, and you faster to adapt the other parties. ”
The New Zealand batting should deal with Pakistan,
the massive attack that was good in a friendly pace of conditions in England earlier this year.
He Hesson: “We will be challenged by this attack Pakistan, there is no doubt about it.
I’ve got to attack that fits all circumstances in all parts of the world.
They swing the new ball, it is the opposite, and they’ve got a very good spinner [Yasir Shah ].
I’ve also got experience in their batting line up.
they’re tough in every situation, so they’re going to pose some challenges for us. ”
Coach feels that in spite of the generous cover of grass,
the pitch must be very good to beat and it will take a great effort from the teams come down to take 20 wickets in the match.
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