The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) senior general manager Shahid Aslam on Friday revealed that Pakistan women will take on India in a bilateral series in July.
While talking to the media Aslam said that Pakistan are to face top teams from the world and it will be a tough schedule for them ahead.
“A much-awaiting contest is lined-up between India and Pakistan in July,” he said.
Aslam was quick to add that India have already lost four points for not playing with Pakistan scheduled by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
“India have to play with Pakistan as this series will be under ICC women’s championship,” said Aslam.
The GM said that the PCB is planning to bring international women’s teams to Pakistan to promote the women cricket in the country.
“We will invite women’s team of Bangladesh and England to play some matches of upcoming series in Pakistan,” he said.
It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan’s home series are scheduled against England and Bangladesh. The PCB will try to convince both the respective boards to send their teams for playing some matches of the series in Pakistan.