Lahore: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Ali Sethi Thursday has said that PCB is in constant touch with Westindies cricket board to play three Twenty20 internationals in March in Pakistan.
“We have told the WICB that the security situation has improved tremendously in Pakistan,” he said.
He appreciated players over victory in today’s match, adding that captain Sarfraz’s decision to come up the order was good and it worked well.
While commenting over the participation of players in foreign leagues he said that PCB is looking over the matter and has asked Mickey Aurther to submit management plan of each player to committee.
He, however, said that the West Indies Players Association have reservations on security issues but “we are constantly in touch with WICB and trying our best to convince them.”