KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive Wasim Khan has revealed that the cricket committee will review national men’s and women’s team performances on February 23 in Karachi.
“The cricket committee will review the national team’s performance in the series against South Africa. The meeting will also look at the performance of the national women’s cricket team in South Africa and junior team’s preparations for 2022 U19 World Cup in West Indies,” he said in a podcast released by the PCB.
Meanwhile, Wasim announced the teams that will come to Pakistan and play Test cricket as part of ICC World Test Championship 2021-23.
“We have three away and three home series. Away tours included tours of West Indies, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh while England, New Zealand and Australia will play on Pakistan soil,” he added.
Wasim stressed the importance of winning ODI matches this year as they hold importance to secure automatic qualification for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
“We are due to play nine ODI matches and they all in ICC World Cup Super League. Winning maximum matches would be the key,” he added.
Meanwhile, Wasim hoped that a strong pool of 12 and 13 players would be confirmed for the T20 World Cup in India with the consenses of team management and coaches.