The reason Islamabad was revoked from part was due to domestic cricket
ISLAMABAD: The capital of Islamabad again lost its share in the domestic cricket match because the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) excluded a beautiful place from the list of venues for the following season’s matches.
This news has the entire calendar year 2020-2021 domestic given the initial form with a few changes Wednesday. The calendar does not see any compatibility from any age group with the excuse of Islamabad. Schedule Quaid-i-Azam Trophy Class I and II, National one day, National T20 (I-11), Prickular Cricket schedule has been prepared for the following season. The Quaid-i-Azam Cup will take place from 28 September 2020 with a match between Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) at the Bughti Quetta, Central and Sindh Stadium will face each other at the Karachi National Stadium while South and North will face each other at the Pindi Stadium.
This season will begin with the National T20 which will be played at the Pindi Stadium and the Multan Stadium starting on September 2. The initial sixteen matches will be played at the Pindi Stadium from 2 to 9 September with the transfer of action to Multan where the remaining and unsuccessful matches will end. held. The opening match at the Pindi Stadium will be played on September 2 between Northern and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). On the same day Central and South will also be in action. All T20 National Level II matches will be held at different places in Karachi while the one-day Pakistan Cup (I-II) will also be played at different places in Karachi. The city of Karachi will also host all the three-day under-19 matches which will take place from 1 September 2020.
For the second year in running the prominent Islamabad base, which includes Diamond, Marghazar, Shalimar and Bhutto, there has not been any match. One Islamabad organizer Faisal Hussain hopes that the PCB will review the situation and distribute the match cities accordingly.
Meanwhile, after hue and cry from the media, the PCB Domestic department including the Cricket Department left it in the hands of caring officials in the future. Slots allocated for tournaments are from July 1 2020 where playing cricket in the open has never been so easy. Slot Department Cricket (TBC) did not specify which team was invited or whether a letter of offer to the department was sent.