International Cricket Return To Pakistan British Media Confirmed

International Cricket Return To Pakistanas The International Cricket Council is planning to send a World XI to Pakistan in late September for a four-match Twenty20 series in Lahore, a British daily reported.

According to The Guardian, the four-match series at the Gaddafi Stadium Lahore and will be called The Independence Cup to mark the 70th anniversary of partition.

Giles Clarke, the president of the England and Wales Cricket Board, heads the ICCs Pakistan Task Force that has been looking at ways to end a drought of international cricket, he stated:

The desire is to give the cricket-starved Pakistani supporters the chance to see some of the worlds finest players in live action. The world of cricket needs to help Pakistan, who cannot continue to play their home fixtures overseas. The youth need inspiring, and the national teams need far more cricket played in familiar terrain. Furthermore, the terrorists cannot win and cricket must not give up on Pakistan.