Former Australian cricketer and coach Darren Lehmann has supported the idea Australia Visiting Pakistan if the authorities are satisfied with the security measures. Darren urged the Australian team to consider visiting the Asian nation as it is a beautiful place to visit and his passion for the game is second to none.
He last visited Pakistan in 1998 under the leadership of Mark Taylor. For the past 22 years, men in Yellow have avoided visiting the Asian country for security reasons. However, Pakistan hosted Australia in 2010 in England and later in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, Lehman said, “With all the security that’s going on behind the curtain … you think we’ll be very close to going back. It’s a beautiful place. I really enjoyed my stay there. Enjoyed the tour. His passion for sports is second to none. I can’t see why we won’t go back if everything is safe for the good of the game in his country. “
Meanwhile, many Australian cricketers including Shane Watson, Chris Lynn, Ben Dunk and Ben Cutting have traveled to Pakistan in the last few years to be a part of franchise cricket, Pakistan Super League (PSL).
We want to welcome him in 2022: Wasim Khan
In addition, as part of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Future Tourism Program (FTP), Australia has to play two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is in Pakistan in February 2022. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has also announced. His decision to visit the country for two T20Is in Karachi on 14 and 15 October next year, which will also be his first Pakistan visit since 2005.
In addition, South Africa is also expected to tour for the Test and T20 series in January 2021, after which New Zealand will field for limited-overs matches. Zimbabwe was also hosted by the Asian nation for a limited-overs series in October – November. Speaking about a possible Australia tour to Pakistan, PCBChief Executive of Wasim Khan said that he is looking forward to hosting the Men in Yellow in 2022.
“Our international cricket department is working together on the schedule of February and March 2022. There has been no formal announcement at the moment as there is still a lot of cricket to be played. But everything is going well, we will welcome them in 2022 Want to