The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday responded to a report
conveyed by
Sydney Morning Herald
asserting Cricket Australia was in chats with the PCB for holding the
forthcoming Test series in Pakistan at a solitary setting, explaining that
“no such idea in being talked about


Australia are set to show up in Pakistan in March this year
interestingly starting around 1998. The guests are planned to play three Tests,
three one-day internationals (ODIs) and one Twenty-20 global (T20I) match in a
drawn out series beginning from March 3


The Test matches are to be played in Karachi, Rawalpindi and
Lahore from March 3 to 25, while each of the four white-ball matches in Lahore
from March 29 to April 5


Notwithstanding, the Australian day by day revealed that the
exchanges were “proceeding with the PCB about the chance of playing every
one of the three Tests in a single scene for wellbeing and security reasons


In an assertion to, the PCB said no such dealings were in
progress, adding that it was additionally impractical to organize 19 days of
worldwide cricket at a solitary scene


The cricket board’s representative said the PCB was making all
actions to make a “free from any and all harm climate” for all
members in Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi


He demanded that the Aussies would play Tests in Karachi, Lahore
and Rawalpindi, as arranged


Australia have not visited Pakistan in over twenty years and the
two nations have met uniquely in Australia, UAE and England


The CEO of CA had in December eliminated any confusion over
vulnerability encompassing his group’s visit through Pakistan, saying the
reciprocal series will go on as arranged regardless of Covid-19 worries


We are working intimately with the Pakistan Cricket Board and
every one of the specialists. It’s a truly complicated undertaking, we are
exceptionally dedicated to visiting. It is totally our aim to visit as long as
it is protected to do as such

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