After successfully hosting Sri Lanka for a T20 International, the PCB is targeting home series against South Africa and Bangladesh next year, said chairman Najam Sethi.

Sethi said realistically after the decision by Sri Lanka to come and play a T20 match in Lahore last Sunday, he felt that South Africa or Bangladesh could be convinced to come and play in the country.
” Sethi said he would be talking to the South African and Bangladesh boards to come to Pakistan sometime in 2018 to play a short bilateral series.

Sethi said that the biggest challenge now for the PCB was to hold matches at other venues apart from Lahore. Pakistan on Sunday hosted Sri Lanka eight years and seven months after their team bus was attacked in Lahore by militants. Sethi also said that he would like to see the final of the third PSL held in Karachi next March with the play-off matches in Lahore.