Stuff – Opener Glenn Phillips is in line to play his first match for New Zealand since January, after being recalled for the Pakistan series.
- Opener Glenn Phillips is in line to play his first match for New Zealand since January, after being recalled for the Pakistan series.
- They set the Caribbean Premier League alight, now Auckland Aces pair Glenn Phillips and Colin Munro will team up at the top for the Black Caps against Pakistan.
- Phillips was confirmed on Tuesday as the replacement for injured opener Martin Guptill in the three-match Twenty20 cricket series in the United Arab Emirates, starting on November 1 (NZT).
- Phillips, 21, played eight T20 internationals for New Zealand but was dropped after the Pakistan series in January having scored 97 runs at a strike rate of 109 in various batting positions.
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