Pakistan’s cricket team will not affect upcoming tour to Australia. Pakistan cricket team will go to Australia for the series against Australia Cricket but after the death of Benazir Bhutto Pakistan’s cricket team tour very difficult both team are preparing for this series and Pakistan cricket team is very hopeful to win this series and improve his position in the cricket world
The assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto will not affect Australia’s upcoming tour of the country, Cricket Australia said on Friday.
CA spokesman Peter Young said there was no imminent danger to the tour and a final decision will be taken later, near the scheduled beginning of the tour.
“It’s an appalling tragedy and we only hope that the civil situation in Pakistan can improve. But it has no impact over the cricket from a touring point of view.
“We will make our decision in late January or February, closer to the proposed dates,” Young was quoted as saying by the ‘Courier Mail’.
However, the Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd expressed concerns and said the government would monitor the developments in Pakistan to be sure of the safety of players.
Australia are scheduled to play three Tests, five one-day internationals and a Twenty20 match in March and April.I hope Pakistan will beat Australia because young player are very talented and all Pakistani players ready to fight against Australia.More on:Australia, Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan
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