No international cricket in Pakistan till situation improves, says Sethi
LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has said that international teams will not tour Pakistan till the situation in the country improves, ARY News reports.
Speaking to media after returning from an annual meeting of International Cricket Council (ICC), Najam Sethi said that Big-3 has now turned into Big-5 as Pakistan has now become a member of the executive committee.
He also said that the deals of Pakistan-India cricket series are complete.
Answering a question, PCB Chairman said that the committee has submitted an report regarding anti-corruption. He had that their differences with the report will end soon.
Sethi also said that the ban on fast bowler Mohammad Aamir will end next year.