The Cricket South Africa (CSA) has called off Pakistan tour owing to the player workload. On Friday, CSA expressed their inability to tour Pakistan next month, giving assurance that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that they would be honouring the commitment of sending their side as soon as it is possible to do so reasonably.
As per the press release, the CSA conveyed their decision to the cricket board after taking the workload of the players into account.
In the press release, the Chief Executive of PCB, Wasim Khan said that while they were keenly looking forward to hosting the team of South Africa next month, he added that they respect the CSA’s reason for not sending their team.
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He also said that the management of the player workload is the preference of any cricket board and from that perspective, their take is understandable.
He also said that they are pleased that Cricket South Africa remains inclined to rescheduling this short series as soon as it would be possible practically. He also added that there is a strong willingness and commitment, both the boards are now looking for their Future tours programme for finding gaps so that we could agree on the dates.
South Africa was scheduled to visit Pakistan in the month of March for a 3-match T20 series in Rawalpindi.
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