Pakistan cricketer Imad Wasim injures himself while taking catch

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Najam Sethi announced on Sunday that West Indies cricket board has been agreed to play T20 series in Pakistan.

The ill-fated tour's second match saw the islanders targeted in a terrorist attack, following which global teams opted against visiting Pakistan, forcing the PCB to organise its home series in UAE.

Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim has been declared "stable" after the left-hander injued himself while playing for Karachi Kings against Lahore Qalandars during a Pakistan Super League match.

The Karachi Kings management will make a decision on whether he would play the next match, during the next 24 hours.

Earlier both Boards were in talk with each other but West Indies board kept delaying the deal due to some security reasons.

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"That is how we intend to put Karachi back on cricket map once again".

Sethi also had a message for those doubting that the Pakistan Super League 2018 final will be held in Karachi. PSL final and now three more games for Karachi as per routine.

This was the first time in the history of the tournament that Lahore managed to win two games on-the-trot but they are still languishing at the bottom of the table with 4 points from 8 games while Karachi are third with 9 points.

"While West Indies tour to Pakistan is a one-off series, we are also in consultation with the WIC on a tri-series, also involving Bangladesh in first year, for a period of five years", said Sethi.