Pakistan will host West Indies for next five years says PCB

Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi speaks during a press conference in Lahore on June 30, 2014. Pakistan's cricket chief today claimed his country will earn $450 million in the next eight years, mainly from hosting four series to be played with arch-rivals India. India and Pakistan signed an agreement to play a total of six series -- the other two will be hosted by India -- on the sidelines of an International Cricket Council (ICC) annual conference in Melbourne last week. AFP PHOTO / ARIF ALI (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
Vastavam web: Pakistan will host West Indies in a three-match Twenty20 series in March and the Caribbean side will be playing in the South Asian country every year for the next five years, the Pakistan Cricket Board has said.West Indies will also host a reciprocal series against Pakistan, probably in the United States, as part of the agreement. A third team will also play the U.S. series.The first series will be held from March 29April 1 next year in Pakistan, but venues are still to be determined.
Pakistan had largely been shunned by international teams for the past eight years due to security concerns following an attack by gunmen on the bus carrying the Sri Lankan team in 2009.Zimbabwe had a limited overs tour in May, 2015, however Sri Lanka’s Twenty20 match in Lahore last month is considered as marking the end of the isolation, with Sethi telling Reuters at the time that the West Indies had committed to tour but dates still had to be finalised.