PSL-3: Knocked out Lahore opt to bowl against Karachi

PSL-3: Knocked out Lahore opt to bowl against Karachi

PSL-3: Knocked out Lahore opt to bowl against Karachi

Not only will this be the first Full Member series Pakistan have hosted since Zimbabwe visited the country in May 2015, but it is also the first time that an global match will be held in Karachi since Sri Lanka visited Pakistan in 2009.

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Islamabad:Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi announced that all three T20 matches of the upcoming West Indies' tour will be held at National Stadium Karachi.

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"It's a good news that West Indies have confirmed three Twenty20 internationals to be played in Karachi on April 1, 2 and 4", Sethi told media in Dubai on the sidelines of the ongoing third edition of the PSL.

"I was under much pressure by the marketing department and was being asked about not putting West Indies tour tickets on sale", Sethi was quoted as saying by The Express Tribune. It could be the first time that a three-match worldwide series will be played without a single rest day in between. PCB was in efforts to bring cricket back to Karachi.

Sunday night at Dubai witnessed the most thrilling contest in the Pakistan Super League as Lahore Qalandars prevailed over Karachi Kings in the Super Over with the match tied after 20 overs of both innings were bowled. But talking about security perspective Najam Sethi said that "They will stay for another week after PSL final and work for the security of West Indies series,". "Karachi people should welcome this", said Sethi of Karachi, where the last worldwide was a Test match against Sri Lanka in February 2009.

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