No England team have played international cricket in the country since 2005.
New Zealand vs Pakistan: Babar Azam, Misbah-ul-Haq convince PCB to avoid pullout amidst COVID-19 chaos
PCB CEO Wasim Khan discussed various options with Babar and Misbah after the New Zealand Health Ministry denied the right to train while in managed isolation
Uncertainty prevails over T20 WC in India due to COVID-19, could be shifted to UAE, says PCB CEO Wasim Khan
The ICC has awarded the 2021 World T20 to India and Australia will now host the 2022 edition with the 50-over World Cup also scheduled to be held in India in 2023.
When the PCB official was reminded about the constant changing and chopping in Pakistan cricket, he insisted that Babar was there to stay for a long time.
Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz and Mohammed Amir to get 'A' category match fees after contract snub
Senior cricketers Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir have received a pay boost after being denied central contracts by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
South Africa, New Zealand, England and West Indies are scheduled to visit Pakistan in what will be a very busy 2021 for the PCB.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali believes Pakistan's decision to honour their commitment to tour England in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic this year played a role.
The England cricket team has not toured Pakistan since 2005 due to security reasons.
PCB chief Wasim Khan then clarified that it's only fair that there is a time-frame for such a deadline, which they've set for January 2021.
PCB CEO Wasim Khan said in 2015 and thereafter the PCB had to pay money to Zimbabwe, a World eleven and the West Indies players to compete in Pakistan but it was not the case this time.
England could tour Pakistan for the first time in over a decade after officials confirmed they had received an invitation to visit the Asian giants early in 2021
England vs Pakistan: Joe Root says he 'would love to play in Pakistan' after Wasim Akram's call for a return tour
An attack by armed militants on Sri Lanka's team bus in Lahore in 2009 ended major cricket tours for a decade, with Pakistan playing the majority of their subsequent 'home' matches in the United Arab Emirates.
According to a senior official, the PCB has asked ICC to tell the BCCI to get the assurances from their government in the next few months.
Wasim Khan rejected speculation that Asia Cup could be scrapped to make space for the currently suspended Indian Premier League.
Pakistan cricket team to leave for England tour on 28 June, to be quarantined post arrival in Derbyshire
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Saturday confirmed the departure date and said the team will be quarantined in Derbyshire for 14 days, under restrictions in place for the coronavirus pandemic, but will be allowed to practice during that period.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Cricket Board reverses decision of terminating contracts of 55 employees
The Pakistan Cricket Board has reversed its decision to terminate contracts of its 55 employees with chief executive Wasim Khan admitting that communication needs to be better on the part of parent body.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan won't use England tour to leverage return trip, says PCB CEO Wasim Khan
Pakistan are scheduled to play three Tests against England in August followed by three T20s with the games to be played behind closed doors.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Cricket Board line up plans to shore up finances when cricket resumes
Pakistan Cricket Board is hoping for the best and preparing for the worst as it seeks to mitigate financial setbacks stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, its chief executive, Wasim Khan said.
Coronavirus Outbreak: PCB struggling to send pacer Hasan Ali abroad for treatment due to travel restrictions
Dr Sohail Saleem from the PCB's medical board, said that the board had obtained opinions and diagnosis from experts and a decision on where to send Hasan would be taken once the travel restrictions ease out.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan to play three-match Test and T20 series against England at bio-secure venues in July
During the discussions held via video link, it was agreed that Pakistan would play the matches behind closed doors at grounds which have hotels inside the ground