PCB confirmed that the Punjab government had approved a T20 series with a World XI to take place in Lahore. And to the talk of Sri Lanka potentially playing a single T20 from their tour to the UAE in Lahore can be added the possibility of a three-match T20 series with West Indies in November, also in Lahore.

The developments, announced by the new PCB chairman Najam Sethi, in a press conference in Lahore amount to a bumper season of home cricket for a country starved off cricket for far too long.

"This is a very big thing," Sethi said. "September, October and November are big months. It's a big agenda, we need your prayers and we will open the doors and international teams will come. Pray that we keep our secrutiy solid. The Punjab government has given us the signal and preparations are in full swing."

Sethi also said that the PCB was in advanced discussions with Cricket West Indies (CWI) about a series of T20 games in late November in Lahore.


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