The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has scheduled three T20 matches against Afghanistan for late March in Sharjah. The series was arranged as compensation for Afghanistan after Australia withdrew from their bilateral series.
The PCB supports the Asian Cricket Council’s (ACC) decision to grant Afghanistan equal share of ACC revenues, similar to what the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), PCB, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) receive.
Cricket fans will be pleased with this opportunity to witness top-notch T20 cricket and give Afghanistan the international recognition they deserve.
The PCB and ACC’s support for Afghanistan’s cricket is a positive step towards promoting and developing the sport in the country.
The series is expected to be competitive as both teams aim to prove their abilities and perform well. Exciting cricket is expected as players from both sides strive to secure their place in the team.
Overall, the announcement of this T20 series between the PCB and Afghanistan is great news for the cricket community and fans. It provides a chance to watch top-notch T20 cricket and support the growth of cricket in Afghanistan.