The efforts of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to revive international cricket in Pakistan are finally paying off as two major cricket playing nations England and Australia have agreed to tour Pakistan for security inspection.
The new management of PCB is putting up every effort to bring back international cricket in Pakistan. Managing Director (MD) PCB, Wasim Khan also attended a high profile MCC meeting last week in London where he presented Pakistan’s case in front of the committee members.
His presentation worked for Pakistan as the officials from Australia and England will come to Pakistan for security inspection in the country. They will also monitor some other facilities and accommodation of the players.
The Chairman and CEO of Cricket Australia are expected to visit Pakistan in the next week of August while England Cricket Board’s CEO Tom Harrison will tour Pakistan in October for security perusal.
Pakistan might host these two teams in the near future as security has been on point in different national and international tours including Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Sri Lankan delegation has also visited Pakistan a couple of weeks ago and chances are bright that Sri Lanka will play two test matches in Karachi and Lahore.