Previous Australian cricketer and mentor Darren Lehmann has sponsored the possibility of Australia visiting Pakistan if the specialists are happy with the safety efforts. Darren asked the Australian group to consider visiting the Asian country as it is an excellent spot to visit and their enthusiasm for the game is best in class.
They last visited Pakistan in 1998 under the administration of Mark Taylor. Since the most recent 22 years, the Men dressed in Yellow have shunned visiting the Asian nation because of security reasons. In any case, Pakistan had facilitated Australia in 2010 in England and later in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
While addressing The Sydney Morning Herald, Lehmann figured, “With all the security that is going on in the background … you would feel that we’d be exceptionally near returning. It’s a delightful spot to go. I truly making the most of my visit there. Their energy for the game is best in class. I can’t perceive any reason why we wouldn’t return if everything is protected, to benefit the game in their nation.”
In the interim, various Australian cricketers including Shane Watson, Chris Lynn, Ben Dunk and Ben Cutting have made a trip to Pakistan in recent years to be a piece of the establishment cricket, Pakistan Super League (PSL).
We’re anticipating inviting them in 2022: Wasim Khan
Additionally, as a piece of International Cricket Council (ICC) future visits program (FTP), Australia is planned to play two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is in Pakistan in February 2022. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has likewise declared their choice of visiting the nation for two T20Is in Karachi on October 14 and 15 one year from now which will likewise be their first visit to Pakistan since 2005.
Aside from this, South Africa is likewise expected to visit for Test and T20I arrangement in January 2021 followed by New Zealand for restricted overs matches. The Asian country had likewise facilitated Zimbabwe for a restricted overs arrangement in October-November. Talking about the potential Australia visit through Pakistan, PCB’s Chief Executive Wasim Khan expressed that they are cheerful of facilitating the Men dressed in Yellow in 2022.
“Our worldwide Darren Lehmann on the timetable for February and March 2022. There’s been no proper declaration right now on the grounds that there is still a great deal of cricket to be played. Be that as it may, everything working out in a good way, we’re anticipating inviting them in 2022,” Wasim said.