Pakistan Saturday put off their three-matchTwenty20 series with the West Indies planned in the not so distant future to March next year, referring to climate conditions as the explanation behind deferment. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi reported the new dates.
“The climate conditions were not favorable so we didn’t go for any risk and next year a full quality West Indies team will play three Twenty20 matches on March 29, 31 and April 1,” said Sethi at a public interview.
A mix of smoke and mist has deadened day by day life in Lahore, and furthermore debilitated the arranging of Twenty20 internationals.
Pakistan had trusted three-match series would additionally enable them to restore international cricket in their country, where other international teams have been declining to visit over security fears for a long time.