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PCB CEO Wasim Khan says Sri Lanka will host 2021 Asia Cup, Pakistan has rights for 2022

Wasim Khan. (Photo via Getty Image by Philip Brown / Popperphoto / Potiphoto)

The 2020 edition of the Asia Cup was scheduled to take place earlier this year, but the COVID-19 pandemic ended Sportsports. The tournament was one of several events, which were either canceled or postponed. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) previously held the rights for this year’s Asia Cup, which had to be postponed until 2021 due to a severe global epidemic.

The PCB has now shared an upcoming version as well as an update due in 2022. The Cricket Board’s chief executive, Wasim Khan, said that the 2021 Asia Cup will now take place in Sri Lanka. Pakistan has rights to the 2022 edition.

Khan told Times Now that the next Asia Cup will be hosted in Sri Lanka in June and we have got the hosting rights for the 2022 Asia Cup.

The Asia Cup was scheduled to take place in the months of August and September, but could not be held. T20 World Cup, to be held in Australia, Was postponed until 2021. Instead, the Indian Premier League (IPL), which was postponed from March, took place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Pakistan closes its path to return to cricket

Pakistan has recently hosted competitive cricket in the country. The National T20 Cup and the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy are being held behind closed doors. He also hosted Zimbabwe for the bilateral ODI and T20I series at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. The playoffs for the 2020 Pakistan Super League (PSL), also returned in November.

Back in July, cricket made its comeback in the midst of a coronovirus epidemic with the West Indies tour of England. Then in August, Pakistan played their bilateral series against the Three Lions. Pakistan’s team, led by Babar Azam, is currently in New Zealand for a bilateral series.

Upon arriving, the team is already in a difficult situation as some of their members have been tested positive for COVID-19 before the game starts in December. It was also learned from the CEO of PCB that he had given the final warning. New zealand Regarding the violation of the security protocol.