Hindustan Times – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested the Australian and New Zealand boards to send their teams to Pakistan to play the T20 matches instead of United Arab Emirates.

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  • The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested the Australian and New Zealand boards to send their teams to Pakistan to play the T20 matches instead of United Arab Emirates.
  • “The two boards have been requested to play the T20 matches of their series in Pakistan to help support the PCB in bringing back international cricket to the country,” he said.
  • READ | Supreme Court directs BCCI to re-admit Bihar for all tournamentsPakistan will host Australia for three Test matches and a T20 match in UAE in October followed by a series of three Tests, five ODIs and three T20 internationals in November against New Zealand.
  • Before the Sri Lankan’s visit in late October, the PCB also hosted the ICC World Eleven for a three-match T20 series in Lahore while last month Pakistan played three T20 matches in Karachi against the West Indies.
  • PCB officials are also due to meet with the Emirates Cricket Board officials in Dubai this week to discuss Pakistan’s concern over having the T10 league in November or the planned Afghan league, when Pakistan will be playing its home series in UAE.


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