The Pakistan Cricket Board has responded positively to the New Zealand Cricket Board’s offer to play matches against Pakistan as soon as possible at a neutral venue, which the Pakistan Cricket Board has accepted.
According to the PCB, the national team will not have a window to play until December of next year, which means that they will not be able to play in a neutral venue or anywhere else due to their hectic schedule.
In the words of a representative from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the PCB’s stance on neutral venues is unmistakably positive. The Pakistan cricket team will no longer play with anyone at neutral venues, as previously announced. Has not received a response to this matter as yet.
The New Zealand Cricket Board stated in a letter sent to Pakistan that it is prepared to play matches as soon as possible if the opportunity arises.
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