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The likelihood of New Zealand’s three-one-day international tour of Pakistan later this month looks to be receding after Heath Mills, the chief executive of the NZ Players’ Association, said that he doubted the team’s security. The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that its security team, who will be assessing the situation ahead of the Champions Trophy, would not arrive in Pakistan until August 10, leaving little time for them to report back and then give the all-clear for New Zealand’s selectors to pick a side.

“The task force security advisors do not include any of our security people and in our view I don’t see anything that will have changed,” Mills said. He is expected to be in constant touch with Tim May, the chief executive of the Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations, who will be part of the ICC team. New Zealand Cricket has declined to make any comments relating to Pakistan until the ICC report is finalised.
 
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