The PCB has been aggressively organising matches building up to the important 50-over season, according to the head coach of Pakistan.

In order to organise One Day International (ODI) matches for the Pakistan side before the 2023 World Cup, which will take place in India later this year, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has contacted four cricket governing bodies.

The PCB has contacted Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, and South Africa to invite them to visit Pakistan in August and take part in either bilateral or tri-nation series, according to sources.
These series will provide the visiting teams a chance to acclimatise to the conditions on the subcontinent before the major event, according to the PCB’s email to the aforementioned boards.

Grant Bradburn, the head coach of Pakistan, emphasised the need of acquiring more matches at a media briefing in Lahore on Saturday to guarantee that the Pakistani squad is prepared for the important event. The PCB has been aggressively organising matches in the run-up to the vital 50-over season, he said.

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