It is no secret that Pakistan doesn’t get enough Test games, particularly when it comes to playing top sides like Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa and India. These days, the boys in green are battling against Kangaroos in a two-game Test series, which commenced their journey in the ICC World Test Championship.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) doesn’t really like the idea of a two-match Test series as he feels that it doesn’t offer the kind of excitement a three or five-match series gives. Along with the Pakistani team, he is also in Australia where he is set to meet the country’s officials and discuss cricketing ties.
The 48-year old, while reviewing the possible discussion points of the meeting, said that he would look to convince Cricket Australia to have a long-term agreement about playing three Test matches every series.
This way, he aims to give Pakistan more cricket against a quality side like Australia. Moreover, he also sees such series results-oriented. It remains to be seen how things fare for Pakistan.