Multan’s local government asks PCB to pay PKR 20 crores for Zimbabwe series


Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has moved away three ODIs against Zimbabwe from Multan after their local government asked to pay PKR 20 crore as rent for the matches, ARY News reported. 

According to the sources, PCB and Multan’s local government had a dispute over this issue, in the end, the cricket board decided to hold matches at Gaddafi Stadium. PCB has already informed Zimbabwe Cricket about changing the venue for One-Dayers.

Meanwhile, ARY News contacted PCB to get their verdict on the issue but they refused to talk about it.

It must be noted here that Zimbabwe is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan in late October to play three ODIs and as many T20Is. All the matches will be played in a bio-secure environment with all visitors to undergo COVID-19 testing and quarantine period.

Read: ODI, T20I squads for Zimbabwe series to be announced on October 19