PCB Reschedules One-off ODI Due to BCB’s Request

PCB Reschedules One-off ODI Due to BCB’s Request

PCB Reschedules One-off ODI Due to BCB’s Request

The Bangladesh tour of Pakistan one-off ODI has been rescheduled to April 1. 

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed that the one-off ODI against Bangladesh is moved from April 3 to April 1. This adjustment is made after the request of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). 

The request is made to allow more time for the squad to prepare for the second ICC World Test Championship. The Tigers is also expected to arrive in Karachi on March 29 and will stay until the end of the Test match. 

‘The PCB is always happy to facilitate wherever it can and will be delighted to host the Bangladesh men's national team for additional days in Karachi’, Zakir Khan said, PCB director. 

‘There is already a lot of excitement and buzz about the upcoming international matches and the PCB expects the quality of cricket will live up to the expectations of the fans and followers’, he added. 

During their first Test at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, the Men in Green won by an inning with a total of 44 runs. As of now, Pakistan is ranked 5th on the points table winning 140 points from five tests. 

The one-off ODI between the Men in Green and the Tigers will be on April 1 at the National Stadium in Karachi. To learn more about ODIs, check out Betwala’s page for more information. 

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