ISLAMABAD - Great News for Cricket fans across Pakistan as dates for Test Matches against Sri Lanka are being finalised which are to be played in Pakistan.
According to details, the delegation will assess the security situation of the country before giving their recommendations to SLC. The Sri Lankan board officials will then decide whether to tour Pakistan or not.
Report further stated that the delegation is set to arrive in Pakistan for a three-day visit. They will begin their evaluation with a trip to Karachi on August 7, followed by Lahore on August 8 and finally Islamabad on August 9. The delegation will visit the grounds and hotels in the cities and will also be briefed by the local security officials.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani said: “The security delegation will visit three cities, Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, of Pakistan from August 7-9. They will assess the security situation of the country and give their report to Sri Lankan cricket board.”
PCB is keen on hosting a two-Test match series on home soil, in October this year, as they are confident about the improved security situation in the country. Mani also echoed similar thoughts while expressing his views on the security delegation’s visit.