ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and England’s disabled cricket teams will be head to head in ODI and Twenty 20 series to be held this month at Dubai Sports City.
The three-match Twenty20 series will begin from March 21 followed by three one-day matches all to be played in Dubai.
The 40 overs per side ODIs will be played on March 24, March 27 and March 29.
Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA) Secretary, Amiruddin Ansari encouraged all cricket lovers in Dubai to come and watch the games.
“The players will be glad about the support from the fans,” he said.
Team coach Sabih Azhar said Pakistan team is practicing well for the event and is in an excellent shape.
“Players are in full confidence and are looking forward to put up an exciting show,” he said.
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s Head of Disability Cricket Ian Martin said the England squad is looking forward to test themselves against a very talented Pakistan side.
“We have worked hard since the last series and will be looking to improve our performances from 2012,” he said.