LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited England Cricket Board (ECB) to tour Pakistan in October.
According to sources, the PCB wants England to tour Pakistan and play three T20 matches. Both boards are in contact with each other and the situation will be cleared in a few days.
The PCB is confident of a positive reply since the Pakistan team is also touring England in these challenging times for the ongoing series. Pakistan team has reached Southampton to play second and third Test matches against England.
The team will play the second Test against the home side starting from 13th August. The team will resume training from tomorrow in Southampton.
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Last week, England defeated Pakistan by three wickets in the first Test match hosted by the Manchester. Pakistan set a target of 277 runs after scoring only 169 runs in second innings of the match due to poor batting performance.
Pakistan had reopened innings on the fourth day of the match with 137 runs off 8 wickets. England’s Stuart Broad took three wickets while Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes grabbed two wickets each.