ISLAMABAD: The Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) are in discussion for a proposed series between November and December later this year. The news came after South Africa’s Global T20 League, their own version of a cash-rich 20-over tournament, was postponed on Wednesday till November 2018 after the country’s cricket board failed to secure a broadcast deal or a title sponsor, resulting in hefty financial losses.The tournament was expected to start from November 3, and its postponement means South African players will be out of action for six weeks before their Boxing Day Test, whereas Pakistan also have no international cricket between November and December. A PCB spokesman confirmed Thursday that both boards were discussing a potential series, and also revealed that PCB chairman Najam Sethi will meet CSA’s acting CEO Thabang Moroe later this month as well. “The board is in talks with CSA to hold complete series in the same slot that the Global League was set to be oragnised,” he said. “Najam will be meeting with CSA’s acting CEO Moroe later this month to discuss on the series. Both teams will not be having any matches of series in that slot but the dates will be finalised once they meet and agree on the series.” Published in Daily Times, October 13th 2017.