LAHORE: South Africa has shown green signals to tour Pakistan in March 2020 to play Pakistan vs South Africa T20I series 2020. Probably 3 T30I matches will be played between these two teams in Pakistan. Pakistani cricket will see another star shine on the horizon, with South Africa hosting a host of highlights, preparing for a series of three Twenty20 matches in the third week of March.
Sri Lankan team-mate terrorist attacks in Lahore in 2009 have devastated the domestic sports arena; the arrival of Zimbabwean team in May 2015 opens the door to international cricket; Send their team to the Twenty20, West Indies open 3 Twenty20 matches, last year for the first limited overs overs of the Islanders then played Test series, this month Bangladesh team returned to playing 3 Twenty20 matches, now to participate in the Rawalpindi Test on 5 February. Will come
The confidence-boosting journey is likely to be accelerated, with Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, the West Indies and Bangladesh now the fifth international team to open for South Africa’s entry into Pakistan. In the third week of the series, three Twenty20 matches will be played. The team’s visit to India will be completed on March 18.
According to the website “Kirk Info”, the South African delegation will visit Pakistan during the Test or PSL from Bangladesh under Rory Stein, a possible security arrangement on the route from the team’s airport to hotel and stadium departure. , Will review various issues, including match venues’ safety plans and player accommodation facilities, in the light of guest delegation reports.
Remember that the last time the South African team visited Pakistan was in October 2007, after which the 2010 and 2013 home series Neutral Venue played in the United Arab Emirates.
On the other hand, the recent visit of the Bangladesh team to the T20 series has left other countries with a very positive message as the BCB’s concerns have faded away, with former South African coach Russell Domingo now affiliated with the Bangladesh team and in Pakistan. Cricket was happy with the arrangements, Cricket South Africa can ask for their opinion along with the report of the security delegation, this will also strengthen the PCB case.
“Our players were feeling anxious before coming to the T20 series, so decided on a short tour, but no worries, no better security arrangements could be possible,” said BCB President Rizal Hussein. The players and coaching staff are all satisfied.
He said that no security clearance was required before going to the Test series. In the long format, we will not get the services of national number-one batsman Mashfiqur Rahim but in India too we had to play without a few key players. Choosing a new batsman will affect combinations, but it will have to be done.