Pakistan is committed to visiting England this summer, but Cricket Board chief executive Wasim Khan said that the PCB is not planning to use the series as a leverage deal.
If the England and Wales Cricket Board is not able to complete the season due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, it is likely to lose 38 million pounds. The ECB is hoping that the series which has been postponed due to the Kovid-19 pandemic can be resumed by cricket on another date, including the home series against Pakistan.
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It looks like a good chance for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to make a deal with England to tour their country in return for the tour, which like many other countries has not visited Pakistan citing security concerns. .
Wasim Khan said in Sky Sports’ The Cricket Show, “There is a lot of cricket to be played between now and 2022, I have been asked many times whether there is any deal in it?” Will anything happen? ”
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He said, “But the simple thing is that we need to start cricket again and this is not the time to try to take advantage of anything.” Things will go naturally in the next two years. ”