Pakistan to play maximum cricket in its next future tour program cycle: PCB.

KARACHI -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is eying to play maximum cricket on a home and away basis with 'bigger nations' like Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and England in its next Future Tour Program cycle (FTP) from 2023 to 2027.

During an exclusive interview with Geo News, PCB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) said that PCB is working on its next FTP which should be ready in a few months.

However, Khan ruled out any series with India slotted in Pakistan's FTP for the 2023 to 2027 cycle.

'Our FTP from 2023 to 2027 is very important.

We have started working to set slots for our next FTPs as it is important for us that we play home and away series against big nations like Australia, England, New Zealand, and South Africa in the next cycle, Khan said, adding that there will be maximum series against "bigger teams".

'We are not putting series against India in our next FTP cycle at the moment as things don't seem good for cricket from the Indian side.

Although we want to play cricket with them, however, things from the Indian side look uncertain,' he added.

He further said that PCB wants to increase the number of Test matches in each series the country plays.

'We will play at least three-match test series in the future,' the PCB...

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