CA to respond PCB’s proposal to play in Pakistan


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) continue to make efforts for the revival of International cricket in the country as they proposed Cricket Australia (CA) to play two ODI of five matches series-scheduled in March next year, in Karachi.

According to a renowned newspaper, PCB has contacted the Australian board to send its team to play at least two ODIs in Pakistan where the resumption of International cricket has already started.

Pakistan and Australia are to face each other in five ODI matches between March 19 to 31 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Some sources in the board also confirmed that the Australian board will send an investigation team to Karachi for inspecting the law and order situation in the city which hosted the PSL 3 final and three matches T20 series against Windies.

The PCB is also eying for the complete revival of the International cricket in the country with inviting some World’s top cricket teams.

The board is likely to send a proposal to the South African board to come and join hands with Pakistan in the revival of International cricket.

The PCB last year hosted West Indies, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, and World XI while successfully staged the final of Pakistan Super League (PSL) alongside playoff matches.

The board has also announced to organise eight matches of the PSL season four in Karachi and Lahore respectively next year.