International Cricket In Pakistan begun to grow

As Express News Report the International Cricket In Pakistan is Growing Up gradually. International Cricket In Pakistan begun to grow. However, the PCB, which has officially invited 3 T20 matches in the window from January 13 to 20. they hoping for a positive response from England.

England Expected to Visit Pakistan After 15 Years
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International Cricket In Pakistan begun to grow

International cricket activities in Pakistan had suspended after the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in 2009. The arrival of the Zimbabwean team in 2015 proved to be the first drop of rain. Since then, the recovery process has been progressing steadily. In 2017, International XI visit to Pakistan and the final of PSL II also played.

During the tenure of former chairman Najam Sethi, the West Indies team also played T20 matches in Karachi. The Sri Lankan team also came for a short format match. The continuous improvement in the law and order situation in the country made the current management task easier. He won the confidence of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh by continuing the series started by the former officials. The second leg of the Bengal Tigers’ tour was postpone due to Corona.

MCC team led by Kumar Sangakkara visited Pakistan, PSL 5 league matches were held. Now there is hope for the arrival of the English team. The Pakistani squad visited England in a difficult time and played matches in a bio-secure environment.

Former cricketers of both the countries have been saying that the English Cricket Board should pay a visit to Pakistan in return for this favor. Now there are positive signs in this regard. The ECB had confirmed in its press release that it A short visit has formally invited by the CB. If the issues are settled, 3 T20 matches can be played in the proposed tour in January next year.

What are Thinking Former Cricketers

“We are happy with the return of international cricket to Pakistan and would like to extend all possible assistance in this regard. We will remain in touch with the PCB in this regard. The final decision will be taken after reviewing various aspects,” the statement said. We will pay special attention to the situation of Corona, the first priority will be to protect the health of the players and staff, also to look at the busy international schedule of the team.

“We have informed the ECB about the January 13-20 window,” Chief Executive Wasim Khan said in an interview. Although England will give a final answer after careful consideration of all aspects, a positive response at an early stage is welcome.

Wasim Khan said that the assistance of the British High Commissioner along with the discussions between the Chairmen and Chief Executives of both the Boards has also played an important role in reaching this place. Recently, former captain Mike Atherton also fully supported the English team’s tour.

He said there was no doubt that Corona’s situation, including security, would be taken into consideration before a final decision was made.
However, I am hopeful that the English team will come to Pakistan. Due to the large infrastructure, England has made excellent arrangements for biosecurity. We will do our best to the best of our ability. England’s experience in this regard will also take advantage of. The ECB will ensure that all suggestions made during the visit on general and biosecurity have implemented.
Hopefully the teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa and England will be satisfied with the arrangements we have made.

International Cricket In Pakistan begun to grow

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