The ODI series between Afghanistan and Pakistan will no longer be played in Sri Lanka, know the new venue

Afghanistan Cricket Board: After the capture of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the three-match ODI series played between Pakistan and Afghanistan can be changed. Earlier this series was to be played in Sri Lanka from 3rd September. Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) CEO Hamid Tiwari told ABP News that now the series played between the two countries can be organized in Pakistan. Discussions are going on with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) regarding this and a decision will be taken on it by Tuesday.

Now next month this series is almost certain to be held in Pakistan. Earlier, a 3-match ODI series against Pakistan was to be held in Sri Lanka from September 3. But after the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan, all commercial flights from Kabul airport were banned. In such a situation, the Afghanistan cricket team was finding it very difficult to go to Sri Lanka.

A major reshuffle has been made in the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) on Sunday. Azizullah Fazli has been re-appointed as the chairman of ACB. Azizullah has previously served as the chairman of the ACB from September 2018 to July 2019. ACB said in its tweet, “Azizullah Fazli, former chairman of ACB, has been re-appointed to this position by the board. He will work on the leadership of ACB and the team’s policy for the upcoming tournament.”

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