At last, the great moments are very near to the Pakistani cricket fans, Yes! There is another exciting announcement from Najam Sethi, Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). In November, West Indies cricket team will visit Pakistan to play triple T20 series with Pakistan. It was last year when PCB promise to take back cricket to Pakistan cricket grounds. The World XI team scheduled to visit Pakistan in September. And this is not all, yes Sri Lanka will visit Pakistan to play cricket in October, besides West Indies is ready to visit Pakistan in November. It is beneficial for Pakistan to have this type of tours in Pakistan cricket grounds after an extended period of 8 years. The very last tour, after which international tours closed, was Sri Lanka’s tour in 2009.
World XI, Sri Lanka and West Indies To Visit Pakistan Cricket Grounds
Meanwhile, the attacks Pakistan just hosted a limited series alongside Zimbabwe in 2015; despite the fact that Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the West Indies, and Ireland refused the offers for security reasons. Talking about the World XI tour, Sethi said that the team would announce in the next 72 hours to visit Pakistan cricket grounds. “Andy Flower will work as a manager of the World XI team. However, remaining names from the team will be declared in 72 hours”, he added. Darren Sammy, the fan-favourite person, is in fact, going to be the Captain of the World XI.
Sri Lanka Visit Pakistan
Sri Lanka’s Cricket Chief Thilanga Sumathipala stated: “Sri Lanka agonised over and done with three decades of terrorism and war. In like manner, there was a moment when no one wanted to come into our country; that time Pakistan stood with us then, as did India”.
West Indies Visit Pakistan
PCB open up a statement on the subject of the talks amongst West Indies Cricket Board and PCB for a triple match series. It declared, “Cricket West Indies and Pakistan Cricket Board are encouraging exchanges that will see the West Indies team play 3 T20 matches alongside Pakistan in late November at Lahore”. The future of Pakistan cricket looks bright, given the security situation persists calm.