Pakistan to play cricket in US this year 

The Pakistan cricket team is planning to tour the United States this year.

The PCB said in a statement Thursday that the decision was made during a meeting of the Pakistan Cricket Board and United States of America Cricket Association officials in Dubai.

The dates and matches to be played for the series has not yet been decided. But it was agreed that a series of matches would be played in the United States in 2010.

The USACA delegation was led by its chief executive officer Donald Lockerbie. Ijaz Butt, the PCB chairman, and its chief operating officer Wasim Bari represented Pakistan.

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