First Test Match

NEW ZEALAND v PAKISTAN 1988-89

At Dunedin, February 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Abandoned. Heavy sweeping rain brought Dunedin's summer to an abrupt halt and caused the match to be called off on the third day, only the fourth Test match in which a ball had not been bowled. (This excludes the Test match scheduled for Guyana in 1980-81 which was cancelled for political reasons.) The captains had not tossed, and the final teams had still to announced from the following squads of twelve.

New Zealand

* J. G. Wright, R. H. Vance, A. H. Jones, M. D. Crowe, J. J. Crowe, D. N. Patel, R. J. Hadlee, † I. D. S. Smith, J. G. Bracewell, M. C. Snedden, E. J. Chatfield and W. Watson.


Pakistan

* Imran Khan, Mudassar Nazar, Rizwan-uz-Zaman, Ramiz Raja, Shoaib Mohammad, Javed Miandad, Aamer Malik, Salim Malik, † Salim Yousuf, Abdul Qadir, Saleem Jaffer and Aaqib Javed.


Umpires: R. S. Dunne and S. J. Woodward.

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