West Indies to play three T20Is in Pakistan

Sergio Conner
March 14, 2018

Najam Sethi announced on Sunday that West Indies cricket board has been agreed to play T20 series in Pakistan.

SHARJAH: Pakistan's cricket authorities were on Tuesday forced to change the itinerary of their eagerly-awaited Twenty20 global series against the visiting West Indies because of the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Pakistan have played almost all their "home" matches in the UAE since then.

Sethi also had a message for those doubting that the Pakistan Super League 2018 final will be held in Karachi.

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The matches, which were initially scheduled to be played in Lahore, will now be carried out in Karachi. "These bilateral (series) will be a part of the FTP, since we've made this agreement", PCB Chairman Najam Sethi said.

"Good news! West Indies have agreed to play three T20 matches in Karachi on 1st, 2nd and 4th April", wrote the PCB chief on Twitter, adding: "CM Sindh is fully supporting this PCB initiative". PSL final and now three more games for Karachi as per routine.

"Reg DIckason and his men will be here during the PSL final and we have contracted them to oversee the West Indies games as well", Sethi said. The idea wasn't to make money; it was to bring cricket back, so this is a step in that direction.

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