Written by Staff Writer
18 Sep, 2019 | 11:27 am
Colombo (News 1st): The International Cricket Council is set to review the security arrangements put in place in Pakistan before appointing the match officials for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka beginning September 27.
According foreign media, the ICC will analyze the security plans to be put in place by the Pakistan government before appointing neutral umpires and match referees.
The last time an international series was played in Pakistan was against Zimbabwe in 2015, the Council did not appoint any neutral match official and it had tasked both the countries to oversee cricketing matters. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board has made it clear that it will not be shifting the series to a neutral venue.
The teams are scheduled to play three ODIs and as many T20Is in Karachi and Lahore between September 27 and October 9.
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