Dubai (March 11, 2018): Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi announced on Sunday that the West Indies cricket authorities have confirmed three T20Is in Pakistan, scheduled to be played in Karachi.
While talking to journalists in Dubai, Najam Sethi said that he was working day and night to reach this agreement and Cricket West Indies have just confirmed to play these matches. “Good news for you is that we have just signed an agreement with West Indies Cricket Board. I have been working day and night for that and they have now agreed to play three games on 1st, 2nd and 4th April and these matches will now be played in Karachi, instead of Lahore,”
Prior to the three T20Is against West Indies, the National Stadium of Karachi will also host the final of Pakistan Super League on March 25th.The security expert, Reg Dickason, who is also the consultant of Pakistan Cricket Board, will work with local authorities and CWI for working on the security of the series between Pakistan and West Indies.
“They will stay for another week after PSL final and work for the security of West Indies series,” Sethi said about security officials.
The chairman PCB further added that the series against West Indies will be one-off series and this is probably a loss-making enterprise because the idea of having this series is to bring cricket back to Pakistan.