PCB Plan to Schedule Home Series This Year

PCB Plan to Schedule Home Series This Year

According to the Dawn news, the PCB is working on a short-form cricket home series in October and November. If the conditions created by Code-19 improve. PCB Plan to Schedule Home Series This Year.

PCB Plan to Schedule Home Series This Year

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started work on various alternatives and including home series this year. In view of fears of holding the T20 World Cup and Asia Cup this year. Unlikely It is possible to postponed both events till next year.

The PCB thought’s to inviting England to a play three-match T20 series.

The PCB has agreed to tour of England for a full series of three Tests and T20 matches in July this year. With taken the formal permission of the Pakistan government.

According to reliable sources, the PCB is working on three new projects after the ICC meeting. Where important decisions like T20 World Cup were to be taken but the meeting was postponed till June 10.

There are reports that the T20 World Cup will not held this year. If Cricket Australia and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have not agreed to hold the tournament next year.

According to sources, Cricket Australia wants the T20 World Cup to postponed to next year. Cricket Australia supposed to host the tournament in 2021. India should host the World Cup in 2022 instead of 2021. It is remarkable that T20 world cup 2021 event has scheduled to host India.

The PCB has taken up the issue of the BCCI’s decision before the ICC meeting and demanded an inquiry into the matter.

Other cricket boards from the ICC also protested the issue. They have worried to leaking the ICC decisions in the news.

In the meeting agreed that immediately conduct an independent inquiry in collaboration with international experts. This inquiry will headed by members of the ICC Code of Conduct.

PCB Plan to Schedule Home Series This Year With England Cricket Team.

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