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Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) CEO Geoff Allardice is eager to see extra Check cricket being performed in Pakistan following the profitable completion of the three-match sequence towards the Ben Stokes-led England. The three matches, performed in Rawalpindi, Multan and Karachi, noticed spectators give an enormous thumbs as much as Check cricket, though the hosts misplaced the sequence 0-3. Australia additionally toured Pakistan earlier this yr, with packed stadiums for the three-Check sequence indicating the followers’ craze for the longest format of the sport within the nation.

“The fans in Pakistan are passionate about the game and passionate about their team, but most importantly they are welcoming of visitors,” Allardice instructed Pakistan Cricket.

“I have always had great experiences when I have travelled to Pakistan and I have been to see a few series over the last few years and the welcome is always very warm.”

Pakistan will host reigning World Check champions New Zealand for a two-Check sequence starting in Karachi on December 26. Allardice was optimistic Check cricket will proceed to flourish in Pakistan at a time when main Check-playing nations akin to Australia and England are seeing a noticeable drop in stadium attendance.

“Pakistan is one of the strongest cricketing countries in the ICC membership,” Allardice mentioned. “To have series like this (versus England) taking place and fans travelling to Pakistan and New Zealand starting in a few days time for their Test series as well is a huge step forward to getting cricket back in Pakistan on a regular basis.”

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