AFG vs PAK ODI Series: Will Afghanistan team play one-day series with Pakistan?

The Taliban has completely occupied Afghanistan and the entire country is currently fighting the Taliban invasion. In such a situation, clouds of uncertainty are hovering over the country’s future. Taliban attackers have conquered the entire country, including all cricket stadiums, which has also raised a question on the future of Afghanistan cricket. Afghanistan’s star cricketers Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi are also uncertain about the future of cricket in the country. However, there are reports that the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is constantly working to reduce the damage and risk on the playground. Afghanistan should play a one-day series with Pakistan next month and the Ace is also in danger.

According to recent reports, officials of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) are working together for the upcoming series of successful conduct against Pakistan. Afghanistan and Pakistan were to play a three-match ODI series in the United Arab Emirates, which will now take place in Hambantota, Sri Lanka, from 1-5 September. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board (SLC) has agreed to sanction the venue and is awaiting an answer from the ACB.

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Rashid and Nabi are currently in the United Kingdom and part of the Hundred League. Both players are yet to play in IPL 2021. In such a situation, there is a suspense about his participation in the IPL. But IPL franchises say both players will be available to play in the second phase of IPL 2021. The first phase of IPL 2021 took place in India between April and May, following the Kovid-19 case in a biological bubble. The remaining matches of the IPL will be played in the UAE from September 19 to October 15. Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi are the main players of SunRisers Hyderabad and if the two players are left behind from the second stage after the team’s poor performance in the first half, it would be a big setback for the team.

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