The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will host Afghanistan’s home matches for the next five years. In this regard, the cricket boards of both the countries have signed an agreement. This decision has been taken in view of the political situation in Afghanistan. Afghanistan does not host international teams. Under the agreement, Afghanistan, a Test-playing nation, will play a three-match T20I series with the UAE every year for five years.
“We are delighted for the ACB (Afghanistan Cricket Board) to ensure they have a home ground to play in,” Mubashir Usmani, secretary general of the Emirates Cricket Board, said in a statement. We would like to express our gratitude to the Afghanistan Cricket Board for agreeing to play a series of T20 International matches against the UAE team every year. As of now, the Afghanistan team is conducting its practice sessions and matches on a series by series basis. Was. According to the ICC’s Future Tours Program, Afghanistan is to host Australia, Pakistan and the West Indies for ODI series next year, while playing Zimbabwe in all formats. Afghanistan will play its matches in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah.