The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is looking forward to cooking up some series as the global cricket boards have got vast windows after the ACC and the ICC have canceled their mega tournaments.
The T20 World Cup 2020, which was staged for 18th October, after the indefinite cancelation has provided a chance to boards to conduct their bilateral series and leagues. Also, Asia Cup 2020, which was to be surrounded in September, has been postponed. Both the tournaments almost provide six months to the boards to design their strategies accordingly.
PCB’s eyes on organizing some latest series after ICC and ICC have canceled their tournaments
Wasim Khan, the CEO of PCB, believes that although it isn’t the time to think about series, PCB is planning to commence ahead of the strategies after a few months. Also, the board is in contact with international boards for the commitments.
“The national team will now have a lot of time on their hands. We are waiting for [the Covid-19] situation to improve but we are talking in the background with several countries. This is not the time to take action but we are still planning,” Wasim said.
“Like us, others too will review the situation before coming to Pakistan.”
“Due to the pandemic, it is difficult for anyone to take a final decision. This is why we cannot say right now if we’d be going there or not. Over the next three-four weeks, we’d be in a much better position to decide.
However, currently, the team is at Derbyshire practicing for the first test to be played by 5th August against England. After featuring into a three-match test series, the side will be playing a three-match T20 series as well.