The Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi tweeted that all of his family members, friends, government officials and VIPs should buy tickets online or through TCS centres in Lahore and Karachi. You can all afford to pay.
The West Indies' agreement to play the series in Karachi is another move in the right direction for worldwide cricket returning to Pakistan. PCB was in efforts to bring cricket back to Karachi.
Sethi added that the three matches will be held on April 1, 2 and 4 at the National Stadium in Karachi. This will also mark another return of global cricket to the country.
Karachi last hosted an global cricket match in 2009 when Pakistan and Sri Lanka played the first of their three-match Test series at the National Stadium. The attack left six players inured and a British coach and eight Pakistanis were killed.
Zimbabwe, a World XI, and most recently Sri Lanka have played worldwide games in the country since 2015, but those took place in Lahore.
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The ill-fated tour's second match saw the islanders targeted in a terrorist attack, following which worldwide teams opted against visiting Pakistan, forcing the PCB to organise its home series in UAE. PSL final and now three more games for Karachi as per routine.
Karachi will also host the PSL final on March 25, while Lahore will host two play-off games on March 20 and 21. He will there to assess security arrangement for the T20I series.
Sethi said: "I have been working day and night to conclude an agreement with West Indies which I have just finalised an hour ago".
"This will be a one-off series... it will be a loss-making enterprise". "That is how we intend to put Karachi back on cricket map once again".