Pakistan have reportedly invited South Africa for T20I series in year 2020. The reliable source from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed the news that board has sent a invitation formally to Cricket South Africa (CSA) to play series of three T20 matches in 2020 after South Africans will be done with the series against India.
On the chance if the invitation gets approval from CSA, it’s probably going to be held after the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the most recent seven day stretch of March. The PCB has just already welcomed Cricket Ireland to visit Pakistan after the PSL for a complete series. Ireland are yet to affirm the visit.
“We have invited them to stop in Pakistan and play three T20 matches as well and their response has been good,” the source was quoted as saying by India.com.
Pakistan are likewise in line to have Bangladesh toward the beginning of the following year. Reports have proposed that the coaching staff and management of Bangladesh isn’t eager to visit Pakistan. There were reports proposing that Bangladesh would prefer not to play a Test in Pakistan. However, a senior PCB official has rubbished the bits of gossip saying,
“The fact is that the PCB has now adopted a policy where it is averse to playing any of its home matches at neutral venues”.
Pakistan have clarified that they are frantic for international cricket to come back to their home with full stream. Over the most recent few years, Pakistan have facilitated Sri Lanka, West Indies just as World XI side for T20I series. A month ago, they had facilitated Sri Lanka for an ODI and T20I series’s. They are currently outfitting to have Test cricket without precedent for over 10 years.