Pakistan not to play at neutral venues anymore


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stood firm on their decision to not host home series at neutral venues anymore, ARY News reported.

According to the sources, the cricket board is keen to host every Test-playing nation from now onwards as the security situation in the country is under control.

The PCB thinks that hosting international matches at neutral venues will cause problems for them for staging the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the country.

On the other hand, the PCB has contacted Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to brief them about the upcoming home series in Pakistan. An initial plan has been sent to the BCB regarding the tour.

In the first phase, both teams will play a Test series followed by a T20I series in the next phase. The two-match Test series will be a part of the ICC Test Championship and if Bangladesh refuses to play in Pakistan without any proper reason, they will lose points.