The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday (July 22) announced that Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) will send a security delegation to Pakistan in August ahead of the team’s planned October visit.
The PCB has asked Sri Lankan officials to send to Pakistan its delegation which can then be briefed regarding security plans and arrangements. The board mentioned August as the tentative month of their arrival but said that final dates will be announced later.
PCB has been negotiating with Sri Lanka regarding holding a two-match Test series to be played in October in Pakistan instead of at a neutral venue. Pakistan have not host any nation for any Test match owing to security-related issues after the horrifying terrorist attack on the visiting Sri Lankan team, which was playing a Test match, in Lahore on March 3, 2009.
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17 November, 2019