The PCB today by and by repeated that Sri Lanka would visit Lahore for the single T20 global booked October 29 at the Gaddafi stadium.
PCB Chief, Najam Sethi told the media that the match was on despite the fact that the Sri Lankan Cricket (SLC) was because of meet in the following 24 hours to consider the issue.
A letter has been marked by 40 Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) contracted players, incorporating most in the present squad, to president Thilanga Sumathipala, communicating unwillingness to go to Pakistan, which has been a hotbed of fear monger assaults.
The players have said they stay awkward in regards to setting out to Lahore for the last match of the progressing arrangement between the two nations in the UAE.
The Sri Lankan group had gone under assault from fear-based oppressors in March 2009 in Lahore, in which six Pakistani policemen were murdered. That assault prompted universal groups declining to visit Pakistan referring to security concerns.
The PCB leaped forward of sorts this year when it initially facilitated the Pakistan Super League (PSL) last in Lahore in March and in September a moment string World XI visited Lahore for three T20 matches supported by the International Cricket Council and FICA.
Sethi said that the visit by Sri Lankan group to Lahore for the single match was arranged and settled upon in a meeting in which authorities of the two sheets and ICC were available.
“We are hoping to have the Sri Lankan group after the best security gave to the World eleven side which was acknowledged PCB Chairman was asked that will Sri at the current ICC gatherings in Auckland,” he said.