Karachi, Pakistan”s ”home” series against Australia, which is scheduled to be held later this year, is likely to include three one-day internationals (ODIs) and as many Twenty20s after both boards agreed to stick to the original plan.
The decision was taken after top officials of both boards met in Kuala Lumpur on the sidelines of the International Cricket Council”s (ICC) annual conference, reports The Express Tribune.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Zaka Ashraf and Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmed discussed the matter with Cricket Australia (CA) officials, including chairman Wally Edwards and chief executive James Sutherland.
“The plan is almost finalised,” said a PCB official, adding adding that CA wanted to take their players” version before finalising the schedule.
Earlier, the ICC gave its approval to a six-match Twenty20 series due to hot weather in the UAE where the series is likely to take place.