PAK vs AFG: Pakistan and Afghanistan suffer setback due to lockdown in Sri Lanka, ODI series crisis

The three-match ODI series will be played between Pakistan and Afghanistan starting next month. After the occupation of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the crisis clouds have already covered over the series, and the ongoing crisis between the two countries has become even worse. This series between Pakistan and Afghanistan was supposed to take place in a neutral place. Sri Lanka has been selected for this. But now the lockdown has been implemented in Sri Lanka as well. In such a situation, the tension has increased over this series proposed between the two teams. The series is part of the ICC World Cup Super League.

A 10-day lockdown has been imposed in Sri Lanka. This lockdown has been imposed across Sri Lanka. Keeping this in mind, the one-day series between Pakistan and Afghanistan has not been corrected. Previously, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had allowed Afghanistan to host the series in their home country. But it was rejected by the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). However, the boards of both teams hope the series should be played according to schedule. According to the board’s plan, the ACB wants the series to be held in neutral ground.

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According to reports, Afghan players travel to Pakistan by road for a series and from there they reach Sri Lanka via the UAE. All players have got a visa and they are entering Pakistan through the Turkmenistan border, according to the ACB. The three-match ODI series between Pakistan and Afghanistan will be held in Sri Lanka from September 3 to 9.

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