Another big news for cricket in Pakistan from top cricket playing nation
KARACHI – The South African Cricket Board has agreed to visit Pakistan but the announcement of schedule will be held after the written proposal.
It is noteworthy that 92 News already published the news regarding tour of Proteas on November27.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan hinted towards strong possibilities of a tour by South Africa team by end of March for three T20Is.
“I will being today’s press conference with a good news,” Wasim said. “MCC is sending its team to Pakistan in February 2020, team will be led by former Sri Lankan Cricketer Kumar Sangakkara and it will play series of matches in Lahore,” the PCB CEO confirmed.
This will be MCC’s first visit to Pakistan in more than four decades. The last time a Marylebone Cricket Club toured Pakistan was in 1973.
A statement from MCC stated that the concept of a tour to Pakistan has been a long-stated aim of the its World Cricket committee, with members having expressed an interest in helping Pakistan during the country’s exile from hosting international cricket.