No decision yet on BD matches: PCB CEO

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive Officer Waseem Khan said that any final decision regarding remaining matches of Bangladesh would be cleared within next three days.

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Waseem told reporters in Karachi,

“Today I talked to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) CEO Nizam Uddin Chowdhury but he will first talk to his Board. He will be in touch with me and In Sha Allah in the next three days the situation will become clear.”

The last leg of the bilateral series between Bangladesh and Pakistan was earlier scheduled to begin on April 1 when the two teams will play an one-off ODI. Afterwards a Test match would be played from April 5 to at the Karachi National Stadium.

About the departure of foreign recruits from the Pakistan Super League (PSL) amidst Coronavirus scare, the PCB CEO said it would open the door for local cricketers to showcase their talent.

He also added that tests of more players would be carried out on Saturday (today).

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