Pakistan, which has been failing to organize Test matches for nearly a decade since the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan bus, said it was ready to welcome South Africa, New Zealand, England and the West Indies in 2021. There is. We (others) are working to improve relations with the Cricket Board, ”Pakistan Cricket Board chief executive Wasim Khan told ‘The Associated Press’. South Africa will visit Pakistan in January to play a two-Test series that is part of the World Test Championship. After this, he will have to participate in a three-match T20 series.
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New Zealand should tour Pakistan for three ODIs and five T20s in September (2021) and then England for two T20s. This is England’s first tour of Pakistan since 2005. The PCB plans a home series against the West Indies in December. “The next eight to ten months are very important to us from the standpoint of domestic cricket,” Khan said. He said we were discussing with Cricket Australia. They are going on a trip to Tivu by 2022, we wish they could be here most of the time.
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After the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team, the door of international cricket in Pakistan was closed. After this, Zimbabwe became the first team to visit Pakistan. He visited Pakistan in 2015 for a series of limited overs. Last year, Sri Lanka visited Pakistan for two five-day matches. Bangladesh also had to visit Pakistan for two matches but the second Test was suspended due to Kovid-19 after one Test. This time around, Australia’s Shane Watson and international giants Dale Steyn and South African AB de Villiers participated in the Pakistan Super League domestic competition.
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Khan said the arrival of these international players has been a positive response to the board. Many of these players returned to their countries and said Pakistan was one of the safest places to play. These cricketers are affiliated with the respective cricket boards, ”he said. Before coming here, these international cricketers had a (very different) perception of Pakistan. However, Khan is still unsure about the resumption of cricket between India and Pakistan. Because of the poor bilateral relations in Kashmir, the two neighboring countries will only play against each other in major international tournaments such as the World Cup, the Champions Trophy and the Asia Cup.