The PCB has also expressed its support for the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) decision to grant Afghanistan an equal share of ACC revenues
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that they will play three T20 matches against Afghanistan in Sharjah at the end of March.
This series has been organized to compensate Afghanistan following Australia's decision to pull out of their bilateral series.
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The PCB has also expressed its support for the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) decision to grant Afghanistan an equal share of ACC revenues, similar to what is received by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
Cricket fans will welcome this news as it provides a chance to see some top-notch T20 cricket and gives Afghanistan the international exposure they deserve.
The PCB and ACC's support for Afghanistan is a great step towards promoting and developing cricket in the country.
The series promises to be a closely contested one, as both teams will be eager to prove their worth and perform well. Fans can expect some exciting cricket, as the players from both teams look to impress and secure their place in the side.
In conclusion, the announcement of this T20 series between PCB and Afghanistan is great news for the fans and the cricketing community.
The series will provide an opportunity to see some top-notch T20 cricket and support the growth and development of cricket in Afghanistan.
Pleased to announce PCB will play 3xT20s against Afghanistan in Sharjah end March to compensate Afghanistan following Australia’s pullout from bi lateral series against it. I also supported ACC decision to grant Afghanistan equal share of ACC revenues like BCCI, PCB, SLC & BCB.— Najam Sethi (@najamsethi) February 5, 2023