Four international matches, under Pakistan Super League, will be played in Karachi next February, said Chairman, Pakistan Cricket Board, Najam Sethi here Wednesday.
Addressing a press conference he said Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah has assured of all cooperation including foolproof security for the international event.
“An International Cricket Council (ICC) delegation will be arriving in next four days and shall also be briefed about the security arrangements by the Sindh government,” he said.
In reply to a question, he said PCB will be sharing the security plan developed and implemented in Lahore with the Sindh government so as to facilitate them in coming forward with a hitch-free internationally accepted scheme.
Najam Sethi said PCB also plans to hold three PCL matches in the metropolis emphasizing that the board was keen to restore the status of Karachi as an international site for cricket.