During the Pakistan tour, Australia played three Tests, as well as several ODIs and a one-off T20I.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has stated that the recent Australia tour of Pakistan resulted in a profit of two billion rupees. Ramiz Raja, the chairman of the PCB, expressed his delight with the development, emphasizing that it is a positive sign for the grassroots.
Apart from a one-off T20I, Australia’s first visit to Pakistan in 24 years included three Tests and an equal number of ODIs. The series began on March 4 with the first Test and concluded on April 5 with a one-off Twenty20I. During the trip, the visitors held the upper hand, winning both the Test and T20I series. In the one-day international series, however, the hosts defeated Australia by a score of 2-1.
In a video released by the PCB, the board’s chairman said that the profit from Australia’s tour of Pakistan was significant and that they will now focus on youth coaching, training, and education.
“Defeating India in the T20 World Cup was a turning point for us, and it propelled us to new heights in cricket.” It’s the same impact you saw in the PSL, where individuals claimed ownership of the team, which aided our marketing efforts. So, in terms of the commercial aspect, I believe we have shattered all records. “I believe we will make a profit of around two billion rupees from this [Australia] visit,” Raja said. He did agree, though, that Pakistan is on the right route in terms of commercial factors, but that the country still has a long way to go in terms of cricket infrastructure.