Cricket South Africa (CSA) has confirmed to send their team to Pakistan to play three T20Is most probably in March next year, the Chief Executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wasim Khan informed media in Karachi.
“The CSA has accepted our invitation and are agreed to send their team to Pakistan next year to play three T20Is, most probably in March immediately after the Pakistan Super League (PSL),
“See, there is a change in their leadership and we are in talks with them. Their players are yet to confirm but I hope good news will arrive in a week or two,” Wasim told reporters in a presser at National Stadium Karachi (NSK) on Wednesday.
Khan also revealed that Australia will come to Pakistan in 2022 to play a Test series which is a part of ICC’s Future Tours Program. “We have asked them to play three Tests instead of two. We are in talks to finalize things,” he said.
Meanwhile, both countries will exchange A teams’ tour program. “We have agreed upon having as many A team tours to Australia as we can. In return, they will also send their emerging team to Pakistan,” Khan said.
On the other hand, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) will visit Pakistan in February 2020 under the leadership of its president and former Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara.