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Pakistan Afghanistan ODIs out of travel dilemmas

Pakistan Afghanistan ODIs out of travel dilemmas

Pakistan Afghanistan ODIs out of travel dilemmas

Pakistan vs Afghanistan’s three-match ODI series is good to go in Pakistan eventually being out of travel dilemmas.

Initially, Afghanistan’s home series was cataloged to be played at the center of cricket, the UAE, but the ongoing IPL and T20 World Cup preparations have booked the venue disallowing any further cricketing appointments there.

Consequently, the two boards mutually opted for Sri Lanka’s Hambantota. The series was set to take place at the Island’s country until the COVID relate curfew forbade commercial flights disallowing Afghanistan players to fly directly at Hambantota.

It was decided that the Asghar Afghan-led team will travel to the decided destination via Pakistan visiting from Kabul to Peshawar to Islamabad to Dubai to Colombo and then voyaging by road to Hambantota.

In order to avoid the elongated journey, the ACB now has decided to voyage Peshawar by road. According to reports, they will fly to Karachi to encounter men in green at the National Stadium in three 50-over games to begin from September’s first week.

Pakistan Afghanistan ODIs out of travel dilemmas

Unquestionably, Pak vs Afg ODI series has suffered various travel concerns but is finally pulled out after wisely choosing to settle the game in Pakistan. Notably, it was heard to cancel the series following the mentioned logistical issues.

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