South Africa likely to play T20I series in Pakistan next year


The Chief Executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Wasim Khan, has revealed that they are in contact with Cricket South Africa (CSA) for hosting a T20I series in Pakistan next year.

While talking to the media in Lahore, Khan said that they have invited South Africa cricket team to play a T20I series in March next year. The CSA is considering the option and will answer to the PCB shortly.

Moreover, the discussion to host Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) is also underway.

“The revival of international cricket has gained grounds very quickly. We have fasten our efforts to bring big teams to the country and I hope things will get stronger soon,

“We are in talks with CSA and getting a positive response from them. I hope South Africa will tour Pakistan in March next year,” he said.

Khan also talked about the response from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) towards sending their team to play Test series in Pakistan in December this year. The PCB has already sent the schedule to the SLC according to which Karachi and Rawalpindi will host a Test match each.

“We are waiting for their response on the schedule. After hosting them successfully for the shorter format series, we are looking forward to their arrival in Pakistan for historic Test series,” he concluded.