PCB is set to discuss the scheduling problems, with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), which resulted after the dates for the planned Sri Lankan Premier League were announced. The dates for the Sri Lanka Premier League are clashing with the scheduled Pakistan-Australia series in Sri Lanka in August.
The Pakistan Cricket Board member says, “It is a difficult situation for us because obviously the commercial aspects of our series are going to be hurt if dates clash with the Sri Lankan Premier League”.
“It is already difficult for us to make our home series profitable as after all we have to organise them at neutral venues and not at home”.
Pakistan Cricket Board official said, while grounds were not a problem in Sri Lanka, if two major events were organised in one country at the same time, viewership and commercial interests would be affected for both parties.
According to the Sri Lankan board, it will be holding its premier league T20 event from August 10 to 31.
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