The travel concerns for Afghanistan Cricket Team have now come to an end after the Cricket Board (ACB) have moved their series from Hambantota to Pakistan.
Initially, the Pak vs Afg three-match ODI series was scheduled to take place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) but the IPL-occupied window enforced ACB to move it to Sri Lanka, Hambantota.
After the curfew has been imposed at the Island country affecting commercial flights, the Afghan players were supposed to take even longer routes to reach Hambantota.
From Kabul to Peshawar to Islamabad to Dubai to Colombo and then voyaging by road to Hambantota already sounds horrifying to one for visit hence, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), asked the ACB to move their home series to Pakistan rather than following hefty routes.
For the ODI series to come into action, the Afghan players will now travel from their realm to Peshawar. It counts almost a five-hour journey. Later, the players will reportedly fly to Karachi to encounter men in green in three ODIs at the National Stadium, Karachi.
Pakistan Afghanistan ODI series moved to Pakistan after all travel concerns
The quick turn is a consequence of reappointing Azizulah Fazli as the chairman of the board who signed the agreement to remove their voyaging concerns for the series to commence flawlessly.