Match officials for Pakistan Bangladesh U-19 series announced

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday con-firmed the match officials’ appointments for the six-match Pakistan-Bangladesh U19 series, comprising a four-ODIs, three 45-over-per-side fixtures and two T20s.

Umpires Rashid Riaz, Shozab Raza and Waleed Yaqub will share the on-field and reserve umpire duties, while Prof Muhammad Javed Malik, who is a member of PCB Elite Panel of Match Referees and International Panel of ICC Match Referees, will perform the refereeing duties for all the six matches.

Meanwhile, the series, which was originally scheduled at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, has been now shifted to Multan Cricket Stadium in Mul-tan. The games will take place on the dates an-nounced earlier i.e. four-day match from 4 to 7 No-vember, three one-days on 10, 12 and 14 November, while two T20s on 16 and 18 November.

The change in the venue means three of the four Quaid-e-Azam Trophy matches, which were sched-uled at the Multan Cricket Stadium from 2-23 No-vember, have now been shifted to the LCCA Ground in Lahore. The venue for the match between Central Punjab and Balochistan from 14-17 November will be confirmed in due course.

The three matches shifted from Multan Cricket Stadium to LCCA Ground, Lahore are: 2-5 Novem-ber – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab

8-11 November – Northern v Central Punjab 20-23 November – Sindh v Balochistan Umpire and match referee appointments: 4-7 November – Four-day match, Multan Cricket Stadium. Rashid Riaz and Shozab Raza (on-field), Waleed Yaqub (reserve umpire); Prof Muhammad Javed Malik (match refe-ree)

10 November – First 45-over-per-side match, Multan Cricket Stadium. Rashid Riaz and Shozab Raza (on-field), Waleed Yaqub (reserve umpire); Prof Muhammad Javed Malik (match referee) 12 November – Second 45-over-per-side match, Multan Cricket Stadium. Rashid Riaz and Waleed Yaqub (on-field), Shozab Raza (reserve umpire); Prof Muhammad Javed Malik (match referee).—APP

 

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