Afghanistan-Pakistan ODI series moved to 2022.

The Pakistan Cricket Board and Afghanistan Cricket Board have concurred by common agree to reschedule the following month’s three-match ODI series between the two nations in Sri Lanka to 2022. The series was relied upon to be played in Hambantota between September 1 to 8.

“The ACB had reached the PCB on Monday evening, mentioning to defer the series for 2022 refering to disturbance of flight tasks in Kabul, expanded Covid-19 cases in Sri Lanka, emotional wellness of their players and non-accessibility of transmission hardware,” PCB said in a delivery.

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“We have worked intimately with the Afghanistan Cricket Board to get this series going and were quick to play them in the debut reciprocal series, yet we comprehend their difficulties and have, subsequently, consented to reschedule the series for 2022. The PCB verifiably partakes in an incredible connection with the ACB and will do everything to guarantee the series is played in 2022 as it is basic for both the sides as far as immediate capability for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023,” PCB Director International Zakir Khan said.

As of late, Azizullah Fazli was named the new executive of the ACB. His arrangement was the main major cricketing advancement in Afghanistan since the takeover of political foundation by the Tailban.

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