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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said last night (NZ time) it is not worried or bothered by New Zealand players' apprehensions about security in Pakistan during their series of one-day matches planned for August.

"It is something between them and their board, If they don't send their best team they will lose out so we are not bothered," Shafqat Naghmi, a senior PCB official, told The Times of India.

"We don't even know if and when they will send their security delegation to Pakistan for inspection," he added.

New Zealand officials have agreed in principle to playing one-dayers in Multan (August 24) and Faisalabad (August 27 and 30), pending an independent security report, before the Champions Trophy match starts on September 11, the seventh anniversary of the best-known terrorist attacks in the United States.

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