Pakistan wants to host Afghanistan for limited over series next year, Pakistan Cricket Board’s CEO Wasim Khan has said.
It comes after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Kabul and extended an invitation to Afghan national team last Thursday.
“We will do everything we can to find a slot in the calendar to arrange fixtures against Afghanistan,” Wasim Khan told the Associated Press.
Afghanistan and Pakistan were provisionally scheduled to play a T20 match in Kabul in 2017, followed by a match in Pakistan.
The proposed fixtures, however, were cancelled following a truck bomb in Kabul, which the Afghan intelligence agency said was carried out by Haqqani network with assistance from Pakistan.