Lahore, Sep 14 (ANI): Pakistan Cricket Board chief Ijaz Butt has said that he has had constructive talks with Emirates Cricket Board officials about holding a proposed ODI series against New Zealand there later this year.
Butt, who is in London, said that he would officially announce the venues for the four One-day Internationals and two Twenty20 matches on Monday after returning home.
"The venues, 90 per cent, would be Abu Dhabi and Dubai once again," The News quoted Butt, as saying.
New Zealand has refused to tour Pakistan for the scheduled series in October this year because of the volatile security situation in the country.
However, it has agreed to play the matches at neutral venues and host the three Tests in New Zealand in November-December.
Pakistan has already played a one-day series with Australia in Abu Dhabi and Dubai in April-May this year.
Butt visit to the Emirates came after differences erupted over the hosting fees being demanded by the Abu Dhabi and Dubai cricket bodies.
After meeting with the Emirates board officials, Butt travelled to London where he held two rounds of talks with Giles Clarke who heads the Wales and English cricket Board and also leads the special task force of the International Cricket Council formed to explore possibilities for resumption of international cricket in Pakistan. (ANI)