London: After the accomplishment of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 final in Lahore, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is wanting to send a World XI team to Pakistan not long from now for a Twenty20 series.

The International Cricket Council has endorsed an arrangement to send an ICC World XI team in Pakistan this year for a three-match T20 series, stated on Saturday. Sending a world XI team to Pakistan was endorsed by Giles Clarke, the leader of Pakistan’s Task Force Team in ICC after effective direct of PSL final in Lahore prior this year.

All the matches would occur in Lahore and be agreed full Twenty20 worldwide status, the ICC stated, including “further details will be announced in due course.”

PSL Chairman Najam Sethi additionally said that Pakistan Cricket Board was in contact with cricket boards of different nations, for example, the West Indies, to hold more series in the nation in the coming years.

The rundown of players chatting with World XI squad is yet to be known, however, it is normal that following sponsorship of ICC’s board, all real Test countries will have portrayal on the occasion.

It bears specifying that no prominent test team has visited Pakistan since the assault on Sri Lankan team in Lahore in 2009. Just the Zimbabwe team visited Pakistan to play three ODIs and two T20Is in Lahore, back in 2015.