The second Test match in the two-match series between Pakistan and New Zealand is likely to be moved to Karachi because of the persistently thick fog in Multan, the City of Saints.
Due to the current weather in the Southern Punjab city, Karachi will likely host the second match, which was originally slated for Multan from January 3 to 7.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has already decided to change the location, according to media reports based on insider sources, but no official announcement has been made in this regard.
By switching the location of the second game, Karachi will now host every game of the historic series against Tim Southee’s New Zealand.
In the inaugural Test, which is slated to take place in Karachi from December 26 to December 31, the Babar Azam-led team will square off against the visitors.