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ICC gives green signal to World XII tour to Pakistan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Thursday respected the World XI group that would visit Pakistan in September to play three Twenty20s in Lahore.

The World XI will play three Twenty20s for the Independence Cup against Pakistan under lights at the Gaddafi Stadium on September 12, 13 and 15.

Giles Clarke, ICC Director who has filled in as the Chairman of the Pakistan Task Team since 2009, was hopeful that the arrangement will be the initial move towards universal cricket returning securely to Pakistan with facilitate T20 International matches against Sri Lanka and the West Indies penciled in for later in the year, said a public statement issued here.

Clarke, who had gone by Lahore in January, said he is charmed that Pakistan will be facilitating a prominent arrangement, which includes a few best universal cricketers from various ICC individuals.

“This visit is vital for cricket in Pakistan as well as for global cricket since it opens the likelihood of different groups, media and supporters going by Pakistan for respective arrangement.”

“Pakistan has been a critical individual from ICC and the cricket group has felt its torment.

As a major aspect of its obligation of care, the cricket group has dependably guaranteed that the game is not influenced because of no blame of the Pakistan Cricket Board when it has kept on playing its away arrangement seaward.”

He said it will be a superb open door for Pakistan fans to observe live in real life their neighborhood stars as well as the global cricket legends.

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