Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed a three match #PakvsAfg T20 series after #PSL2023 yesterday. It is worth mentioning here that the series has been planned after Australia refused to tour Afghanistan as a response to their government’s ban on women cricket.
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T20 #PakvsAfg Series To Be Played After #PSL2023
Chairman PCB, Najam Sethi while confirming the development revealed that he was pleased to announce that PCB will participate in a 3 match T20 series against Afghanistan in Sharjah at the end March to compensate Afghanistan following Australia’s pullout from a bi lateral series against them.
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Last month Sethi while explaining that such a series was on cards had said, “I met with the executive members of Afghanistan Cricket Board and they were asking us to play a (ODI) series but we didn’t find any attraction playing the series. It’s mainly because the series was meant for the [Super League] points, and now no matter who wins it won’t make a difference. So, we agreed to play a series of three T20Is in Sharjah just after the PSL subject to government approval. We will share 50% of the revenue from the series equally. And we will jointly outsource the production.”