After the tragic incident of 2009 where an attack was launched on Sri Lankan team in Lahore, Pakistan has remained a no-go area as most of the top players are hesitant to visit the country. Despite a countless number of efforts of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) including the cherished platform of Pakistan Super League (PSL), the territory remains deprived of a full resumption of International cricket.
However, Managing Director of PCB Wasim Khan is extremely hopeful to soon host teams of England and Australia. Interacting with journalists at PCB headquarters, the 48-year old revealed that the Chief Executive Officers of the aforementioned countries are scheduled to visit Pakistan in September and October to assess the security conditions of the country.
Needless to say, both the visits hold immense value as a successful show could help Pakistan host major teams at their home soil. In addition to that, the Birmingham born argued that staging the Test series against Sri Lanka and complete fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan would also help the country to express a positive image.