Devon Conway ruled out of 4th T20I vs Pakistan due to COVID-19

Devon Conway
Devon Conway (image: NZC)

A few hours before the 4th T20I match of Pakistan’s New Zealand tour 2024, the black caps opener Devon Conway was ruled out of the match due to COVID-19.

Devon Conway ruled out of 4th T20I

The New Zealand Opener Conway was diagnosed with COVID-19 before the 4th T20I match against Pakistan. Mitchell Santner was also ruled out for the 1st T20I match due to the same reason.

“Conway has been in isolation at the team’s Christchurch hotel after testing positive yesterday,” said NZC in a statement.

“He will continue to be monitored ahead of Sunday’s final match against Pakistan.”

The New Zealand Cricket has also reported that Andre Adams, the bowling coach has also tested positive for Covid 19.

New Zealand is scheduled to play a five-match T20I series against Pakistan on home ground where they lead the series 3-0.

On the other hand, Shaheen Afridi was named as the captain of the squad for the fourth T20I match. Batting first in the match Pakistan scored 158 runs losing 5 wickets.

New Zealand chased the target in the first ball of the 19th over and won the match by 7 wickets at Hagley Oval.

With leading 4-0, New Zealand will be facing Pakistan in the fifth and last match of the T20I series on January 21 at Hagley Oval.