Pakistan blind cricket team to tour India in March

The PBCC organised a training camp in Islamabad ahead of the tour Getty Images

Islamabad: Jan 31, 2012

Pakistan’s blind cricket team will play three one-dayers and as many T20 matches in Chennai from March 10, an official said.

Pakistan Blind Cricket Council chairman Sultan Shah said the team will leave for India on March 8.

Three one-day matches will be played during March 10-13 while the T20 matches are scheduled for March 14-17, he said.

“We are aiming for a clean sweep and we have worked hard for it,” Shah said.

The PBCC organised a training camp in Islamabad ahead of the tour.

Twenty-eight players participated in the camp.

“The players are fit and ready to achieve the target,” Shah said.

The Indian blind team toured Pakistan in November, when they were beaten by the home side in both the one-day and T20 series. (PTI)