PCB optimistic about Zimbabwe’s tour of Pakistan in bio-secure environment

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in second ODI

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is confident of hosting Zimbabwe later this year in a “bio-bubble” environment.

According to reports, PCB CEO Wasim Khan on Thursday told a webinar, hosted by British Trust, that Zimbabwe is scheduled to arrive around October 20th to play three ODIs and as many T20Is.

“We are hoping for Zimbabwe to come and play in Pakistan. They are scheduled to play in November but they will come in October to complete their quarantine,” Wasim said.

Wasim added that they are also looking for a window to complete the knockout stage of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season five, which was postponed due to coronavirus.

“We are also determined to complete the PSL this year and are looking for a three-day window,” he added.

He also revealed that for implementing a bio-secure environment, they are in consultation with the English and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

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