Pakistan are gradually seeing the return of international cricket on its shores. Following the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore, Pakistan has been forced to play its home series on the neutral venue of the United Arab Emirates.
They recently hosted Sri Lanka for six limited-overs fixtures signaling foolproof security measures in place in Pakistan. In a great news for fans back home, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan said they are currently in talks with Cricket South Africa (CSA) to send their team to the South Asian nation next year.
“We are in talks with Cricket South Africa and are getting a positive response from them and I hope South Africa will tour Pakistan in March next year,” Wasim was quoted as saying. This will be a huge news for Pakistan cricket since several South African players were part of the World XI squad that travelled to the country in 2017.