Cricket West Indies board chief Dave Cameron to witness the final T-20 in Lahore
KARACHI: Cricket West Indies (CWI) board president Whycliffe "Dave" Cameron will be in Pakistan.
This was confirmed by Nazam Sethi, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Speaking exclusively over his mobile from Lahore on a day after successfully hosting Tuesday's first T-20 match against World XI, he said, "Cameron is arriving on Thursday and will watch the final match on Friday".
The main purpose of Cameron's visit is to satisfy himself with the security arrangement in place for the current series as he is likely to have committed to send the West Indies team in November for the bilateral series against Pakistan in Pakistan.
"We are planning to play three matches in Pakistan later this year", Cameron also confirmed from the Caribbean island.
The PCB has sent invitations to all boards. It is not known whether there would be any representative from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board but the inputs from the only Sri Lankan player Thisara Perera playing in the World XI may be sought and the Lankan team in all likelihood will play the last (3rd) T-20 of the bacterial series will be played at the Gadaffi Stadium on 29th October.
Dave Richardson, the ICC's CEO is already in Pakistan.
The ICC's Task Force chief Giles Clarke (England) met the former PCB chairman Shahryar Khan on Tuesday, confirmed his wife, Minoo.
"We may not go for the second match but will watch the last T-20 game", she added. Shahryar Khan's wife had met with a bad car accident recently.