After a well fought limited overs series, Pakistan will face New Zealand in a three-match Test series starting on Friday, November 16, 2018. The first Test will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

Live updates:

35/2 New Zealand

New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first.

The first day's play will start at 11:00 AM PST, 7:00 PM NZDT.

Prior to this, the two sides played a T20I and an ODI series, both of which were of three matches.

Pakistan clinched the T20 series 3-0, but the teams shared the ODI series. The third ODI was called off due to a storm in Dubai, which ended the series 1-1.

PTV Sports live streaming details

PTV Sports will broadcast the Test series in Pakistan.

Sky Sports NZ will provide live coverage in New Zealand. SkyGo app and website will also provide the live streaming for the users with the premium membership in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.

PTV Sports will stream the Test matches live in Pakistan via its website.

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Kiwis face the Pak challenge

After winning the Test series against Australia 1-0, Pakistan will be eyeing to down New Zealand next. There is no update on Imam-ul-Haq's injury, which he suffered during the second ODI.

If he misses out, Fakhar Zaman will be seen partnering Mohammad Hafeez, as he did during the second Test against Australia last month.

Rest of the side is also expected to be the same as the one in that match.

Todd Astle will be missing the Test series due to an injury, hence the bowling onus will be on Ish Sodhi and William Somerville. While the batting looks settled, the bowling will be tested in these conditions. Jeet Raval is expected to open the innings with Tom Latham, in the absence of the more experienced batsman Martin Guptill.

Pakistan won the Test match against Australia in Abu Dhabi last month by 373 runs. The spinners were expected to take more wickets, but it was Pakistan's pacer Mohammad Abbas who enjoyed a lot of success picking up a ten-wicket haul in that game.

Once again, New Zealand will have to face quality of the Pakistan bowlers to script a win on this wicket. Weather will be bright and sunny through the five days of the Test; hence the pitch will stay dry on the outside.

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