KARACHI: Lahore and Karachi are likely to host the limited-overs series against South Africa early next year. Rawalpindi is also under consideration as a venue. Cricket South Africa (CSA) will send a delegation to Pakistan next month to review the bio-secure bubble and SOPs put in place by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) during the remaining Pakistan Super League season 5 matches. According to the ICC future tours programme (FTP), Pakistan were scheduled to tour South Africa for three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 Internationals in October. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the series has been indefinitely postponed. The PCB is now hoping to host South Africa first in January 2021 and then tour the African nation after the sixth season of PSL in March. “South Africa will tour Pakistan in January 2021 and we are hoping to reciprocate by touring South Africa for a limited-overs series in March. We have informed Cricket South Africa (CSA) about our plans for the tour. Now we are waiting to see what steps they take to ensure both series take place,” PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said last month.