Pakistan Cricket Board has blocked the announcement of a one-day series against Afghanistan in Sri Lanka next month and a practice camp in Lahore from Saturday. Afghanistan is facing one of the worst crises in the last two decades after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. PCB awaits confirmation of the series from the Afghanistan Cricket Board.
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The series will be held in Sri Lanka from September 3. The Sri Lanka Board is hosting the series on behalf of the ACB. Officials say the Afghanistan Cricket Board has not yet confirmed when their players will travel from Kabul to Colombo. The series is set to begin on September 3 in Hambantota. He said the camp would be organized and the team would be announced shortly after the entire series of travel plans and schedules were obtained.
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The ACB is flying from Kabul airport with the Taliban and the US military. Pakistan could rest for their senior players Babur Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi for the series. Players resting against Afghanistan will be back in their home series against New Zealand and England. The series is being played in preparation for the T20 World Cup.