‘Govt to decide Pakistan’s India visit for World Cup T20’

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan on Monday said the government would ultimately decide whether Pakistan could go to India or not for the World Cup T20 or ICC would have to find a neutral venue for Pakistan because of security threats, Aaj News reported.

“It is pretty expected that ICC holds Pakistan matches on neutral venue,” he said while talking to media persons in Lahore.

He said he was satisfied with the performance of PSL. Young players had got chance to play with world class players. This would improve their skills.

“Next year six teams would play in the PSL event rather than five,” he said.