Pakistan enjoy more support if play home series in England: Morgan
SYDNEY: ICC president David Morgan said if Pakistan would play their "home" matches in England then they would also receive great support there.
In an interview given to an Australian newspaper, Morgan said Pakistan seem to want to play in England and there will be a great deal of support if they want to play in England or Wales with a large number of Pakistani spectators residing in both these countries.
Morgan said that important thing is not to reduce the volume of international cricket, and he believed the other countries are also very keen to give them every support.
The ICC president said that Pakistan holds a prominent place in cricket and they had produced some of the world''s most attractive cricketers for 30 years, household names, perhaps disproportionately to any other country.
Morgan said that it is important that other full members recognise the significance of playing against Pakistan.