The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has contacted Cricket Sri Lanka (SLC) and has offered Karachi and Lahore as venues for a two-match Test series, which will be a part of the ICC Test Championship, and is scheduled for later this year.
The PCB MD, Wasim Khan has asked Sri Lankan officials to send its delegation to Pakistan which can then be briefed regarding security plans and arrangements. Pakistani officials are now waiting for their Sri Lankan counterparts to confirm the date of their arrival in the country.
The PCB, over the past few years, has stepped up its efforts for the return of top-flight cricket in the country. It has seen them host eight PSL matches of the fourth edition with all the foreign players participating, an ICC World XI (2017) and West Indies (2018), for three-match T20I series, and Sri Lanka (2017) for a one-off T20I.