PCB team to visit Indian venues this week

BCCI to share ticket plans in two weeks.

Fawad Hussain November 27, 2012

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) four-member team is likely to leave for India this week to go over the arrangements for the forthcoming limited-overs series.

According to a PCB official, all four have applied for Indian visas and will leave as soon as those are granted. The PCB team comprises the board’s director of security and vigilance Ehsan Sadiq, manager international cricket Usman Wahla and security manager Col (retd) Wasim Ahmed in addition to a government representative.

Pakistan will play two Twenty20s and three One-Day Internationals against the hosts from December 25 to January 6.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is yet to announce a plan for the sale of tickets but an official confirmed to The Express Tribune that details will be passed on to the PCB in two weeks. The Indian Home Ministry has already conveyed to the BCCI that its strict rules will need to be followed by Pakistani fans wishing to cross the border for the series.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 28th, 2012.

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